Website data indicates 78 per cent of people switching plans are opting to do away with their landline.
Stories by By Rob O'Neill
Kiwibank is focusing on technology transformation, but not as in the past through a costly, big-bang investment.
Spark’s revenue fell $7 million year-on-year to $1.75 billion for the six months ended 31 December, as legacy voice and managed data continued to decline.
"I'm not going anywhere," said MYOB chief executive Tim Reed when asked if he was leaving the ASX-listed company by Reseller News.
A roll-out of new cyber security technology to schools has been boosted by the addition of four more partners and has now reached the halfway mark.
Auckland Council is moving ahead with a large multi-cloud procurement but keeping the expected cost of the project confidential.
Vodafone and Vocus are partnering to unleash what could be a new front for disruption in the telecommunications market in New Zealand.
SAP has beaten two other software-as-a-service providers to win a Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment tender for replacement payroll software.
After the relatively successful delivery of its $86 million Project Juno system, ACC is looking to the cloud and to develop a costly new payments platform.
IDC is also predicting the demise of the chief digital officer, saying the job title will be short-lived and declining by 2023.
Technology consultancy Theta has bought Auckland-based Designertech, expanding its headcount to 275.
Consulting giant Deloitte is appointing new partners and directors with three coming from its November buyout of Salesforce specialist CloudinIT.
Travel and expense management platform developer Serko is making its Zeno platform available to CWT clients in the US and Canada.
Orion Health is subject to a takeover, from its own founders, that would see the troubled tech stock depart from the NZX.
The New Zealand government is leaving its guidance on cloud computing unchanged after Australia passed a controversial 'backdoor' network access law.