The Ministry of Economic Development (MED) is asking for feedback on a revised procurement policy, as outlined in a draft documentpublished today.
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The finalists for this year’s Hi-Tech Awards were announced yesterday at events in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
Local Apple enthusiasts will have to wait more than two weeks to get their hands on a shiny new iPad, which was announced in San Francisco this morning.
Consumers and SMEs are reluctant to upgrade to faster internet connections due to perceived costs of rewiring homes and premises, says a Commerce Commission <a href="http://www.comcom.govt.nz/high-speed-broadband-services-demand-side-study">paper</a> released today.
Apple has confirmed that the iPad 2 will go on sale in New Zealand this Friday March 25.
Apple ended months of speculation today by announcing the release of the iPad 2, and New Zealand will be among the first countries in the world where it will go on sale.
New Zealand mobile payments specialist M-Com is to be acquired by US firm Fiserv. M-Com has been a Fiserv partner since 2008. The two companiesworked together on developing Mobile Money, a Fiserv application for financial institutions. M-Com CEO Adam Clark and all employees of M-Com will join Fiserv. A statement from Fiserv annuoncuing the buy reads: "Fiserv will have the ability to integrate M-Com mobile banking and payment technology into current product offerings, as well as leverage that technology for transformative new solutions. "Current M-Com clients will benefit from Fiserv's digital banking and payments expertise, deep resources and ongoing investments in mobile financial services. M-Com won last year's Tuanz Telecommunications Innovation Award. The financial terms of the acquisition weren't disclosed.
Online shopping has reached an all-time high in New Zealand, with over 1.4 million people making a purchase on the internet in the past 12 months, according to Nielsen.
Salesforce.com is claiming a 35 percent increase in its Australia and New Zealand customer base over the 12 months to 31 January.
The Department of Internal Affairs has released its much anticipated all-of-government PC tender, which could lock in -- and lock out -- PC makers from supplying government agencies.
Analyst firm Ovum is forecasting a modest recovery in the ANZ IT services market, with growth tending above 4.5 percent in 2010.
The State Services Commission's Government use of ICT Survey 2008 shows Gen-i/Telecom as the leading outsourced ICT provider to government organisations.
Auckland-based wi-fi service provider Tomizone has launched over 2,000 wi-fi hotspots in China, the company announced Wednesday.
Google Monday launched Street View on Google Maps in New Zealand. Street View lets users view and navigate 360 degree street-level imagery of local cities, towns, regions and remote areas.
Email and web security software company Marshal is to merge with 8e6 Technologies, a US-based developer of web filtering appliances and technology,