Micron and Intel announce end to the 3D XPoint partnership that created Optane and QuantX with both vowing to continue developing products separately.
Technology One has delivered its human resources and payroll software to New Zealand Government's Central Agency Shared Service.
New Zealand Customs Services plans to shift its legacy core CusMod border management system to Datacom's platform-as-a-service.
IT services provider, Empired is expected to see revenues increase four per cent reaching $174 million during the 2018 financial year, ending June 30.
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- Nominations open for new-look Reseller News Innovation Awards
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- HealthAlliance award spotlights the core functions of IT service
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- Wellington business confidence slumps to pre-Christmas levels
- Cisco takes fresh aim at trans-Tasman SMB markets
- Google flips switch on Chrome's newest defensive technology
- Intel acquires small chipmaker to bolster efforts beyond CPUs
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