Labour has complained to the Ombudsman following what they claim to be a refusal by Internal Affairs minister Peter Dunne to respond to Official Information Act requests on the number of government agencies continuing to run computers on the Microsoft Windows XP operating system.
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Crown-owned REANNZ and Hawaiki Cable have agreed on a multi-million dollar deal to provide the organisation with capacity on the new Hawaiki submarine cable linking New Zealand, Australia and the United States.
If you are moving house, Slingshot is guaranteeing your internet will be ready to go by the time you move in.
Telecom NZ's 4G network will go live overnight tonight in parts of Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
Telecom is shifting 250 contact centre jobs from New Zealand to the Philippines. Telecom will restructure six of its contact centres, with the loss of 250 positions to Manila over the next 18-months.
Fonterra has gone live with the first of what it calls its direct telecommunications infrastructure services through Telecom's IT services unit Gen-i. Gen-i will provide wide area network (WAN) infrastructure and management services for Fonterra’s New Zealand and Australian sites, and desk telephony for the company's 47 global sites. Local area network (LAN) services for the New Zealand and Australian sites will shift to Gen-i later this year.
Xero has launched an Australian version of its SaaS accounting software to take on MYOB across the ditch.
Eagle Technology has bought the SAP Business One consulting practice of Enprise Solutions.
HP and Toshiba have won a large deal to supply desktop and laptop PCs to the Department of Labour.
To help facilitate channel partners, AWS, in collaboration with Westcon-Comstor, offers a comprehensive channel partner program, the Amazon Partner Network (APN).