Kordia Group has appointed its former group CFO Shaun Rendell as CEO, replacing Scott Bartlett who died in December after a battle with cancer.
Anti-malware software vendor Malwarebytes has become the latest technology company swept up in last year's attack on SolarWinds.
The Department of Corrections is poised to go back to the market and potentially disrupt one of the longest-running application outsourcing contracts in government.
Many businesses are investing heavily in digital transformation, gearing up their cultures to deliver more capabilities aligned to customer needs.
Intel has unveiled plans to bring on current VMware leader Pat Gelsinger as new CEO, replacing Bob Swan in a significant statement of market intent.
IBM has appointed Martin Schroeter as CEO of NewCo, the multibillion-dollar managed services business set to be spun-off by the end of 2021.
Atos has made a bid to acquire DXC in a reported $10 billion deal, a move which has been labelled as “unsolicited” from the industry rival.
A review of the government's procurement marketplace by KPMG identified numerous failings in the way an online catalogue was developed.
Microsoft has flagged increased activities from what it describes as a sophisticated threat actor that is focused on high-value targets.
An investigation into the variable performance of super fast Fibre Max plans has helped multiple providers identify changes that could be made to improve performance.
US cyber security firm FireEye has admitted to being a victim of a “nation-state” cyber attack.
New Zealand's Privacy Commissioner, John Edwards, has given his support to a Bluetooth tracing upgrade to the NZ COVID Tracer app saying it protects privacy and will help to keep New Zealanders safe.
Nine innovation projects across six government entities have been awarded grants from the 2020/21 Digital Government Partnership innovation fund.
The government has moved to extend its debt relief provisions for businesses by 10 months, meaning the scheme will remain open until 31 October next year.
Auckland Council is renegotiating its contract for the extensive suite of software it uses from German giant SAP.
The new Privacy Act 2020 has come into force, ushering in new obligations on organisations and businesses when handling personal information.
Hundreds of leaders from the New Zealand IT industry gathered at the Hilton in Auckland on 17 November to celebrate the finest female talent in the Kiwi channel and recognise the winners of the Reseller News Women in ICT Awards (WIICTA) 2020.
The leading female front runners of the New Zealand ICT industry joined together for the annual Reseller News Women in ICT Awards event at the Hilton in Auckland, during which hundreds of guests celebrated 13 outstanding individuals who won awards, chosen from more than 50 finalists representing over 30 organisations.
The EDGE 2020 platform will remain open for an extended period in response to increased market appetite for on-demand content and strategic one-to-one networking following completion of the invite-only virtual experience.
A new government payroll services marketplace will be open from 30 November to receive applications from suppliers to list their products and services.
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