A newly established group will aim to help harness some of the $1.5 billion a year estimated value to the economy, created from Intelligent Transport Systems.
Stories by James Henderson
Microsoft has announced a strategic partnership with BlackBerry, with the one-time Redmond rival set to provide security integration with Office applications.
StorageCraft honoured its top performing partners across Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ), recognising channel excellence following a strong year of growth.
In a country inspired by innovation and dominated by disruptive thinking, market differentiation represents a challenging undertaking for Kiwi businesses.
Financial services start-up unveils plans to launch a cryptocurrency portfolio investment platform, designed to bring the technology to the masses.
Having an established relationship ranks as the top criterion for businesses selecting Kiwi MSSPs, as customers place trust in the channel.
Spark has switched on New Zealand’s first live 5G mobile test site in Wellington, following a partnership with Huawei.
Jason Baden has exited his role as country manager of Brocade across A/NZ, taking up the leadership role of F5 Networks locally.
DataTorque has rolled out a transport management system (TMS) in The Bahamas, to modernise the administration of vehicle and drivers’ licensing.
Deloitte has unveiled plans to acquire API Talent in New Zealand, as the consultancy giant expands capabilities across AWS and cloud technologies.
Dynamo6 has been appointed as a Google Cloud partner in New Zealand, joining a growing network of cloud specialists across the country.
StorageCraft has honoured its top performing partners across A/NZ, recognising channel excellence following a strong year of growth.
Amazon Web Services will scrap its flagship Auckland Summit in New Zealand, in favour of smaller and regionally focused events.
Datacom will deliver data centre services from AirTrunk’s new facilities in Sydney and Melbourne, targeting government and enterprise customers.
Two former employees of Qrious exit business after striking an agreement to acquire the Spark-owned company’s Qrious LoQal Traffic product.