The Government is pressing ahead with plans to fortify small and medium-sized New Zealand businesses with digital smarts.
Stories by By Rob O'Neill
Vodafone NZ has made a profit and paid tax for the first time since 2013 - with a big assist coming from Brexit.
The Australian Government is investing A$10 million to help Thinxtra build its Sigfox low powered network for IoT.
Telco Spark has reported "solid" revenue growth for the year ended 30 June in what it describes as a very competitive market.
Angus Malietoa is leaving Kyocera to become the new country manager of Fuji Xerox Printers in New Zealand.
Two Degrees head of fixed lines, Mark Petrie, will leave the company in late September.
IBM New Zealand managing director Mike Smith kicked off the Watson Summit in Auckland announcing the company will join NZ Tech's AI Forum.
It didn't take long for the Commerce Commission to start fulfilling its promise to crack down on the telco industry.
A data wheel and process are at the core of new New Zealand guidelines for trusted data use, released today.
Systems integrator Certus Solutions has launched a design thinking-led management consultancy powered by IBM's cloud services.
New Zealand CERT referred 70 cyber security incidents to the Police, it says in its first report.
Despite increased sales, Fujitsu New Zealand fell into a loss for the year ended 31 March 2017.
Australia's CSG has quietly acquired award-winning Microsoft partner pcMedia Technologies, based in Blenheim.
Communications Minister Simon Bridges will introduce a Telecommunications Amendment Bill to support New Zealand's shift to fibre into Parliament today.
Watch out Google, Amazon and Apple: NZ Government announces its final decisions on tax avoidance by multi-national companies.