Spark New Zealand is using Splunk software to help monitor mobile towers in real-time while keeping broadband internet flowing.
LINZ has received ministerial approval to proceed with the first tranche of four in its $128 million rebuild of New Zealand's land titles and information system Landonline.
For a discipline operating at the cutting-edge of transformation, in an age of the connected customer, marketing has never been more misunderstood.
Global fast food giant McDonald’s Corporation has invested $5.4 million in New Zealand listed and founded mobile engagement company Plexure.
President Xi Jinping called upon New Zealand not to discriminate against Chinese companies during a meeting with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern hopes to have a dialogue with Beijing about New Zealand's decision to reject a bid by Huawei to build a 5G mobile network.
Both HP and Lenovo increased sales substantially in 2018 across New Zealand, but profit margins for both are tighter than ever.
Microsoft president Brad Smith has called on the public not to “lose that sense of frustration” at technology companies in the wake of the Christchurch terror attack.
Apple is canceling the AirPower wireless charging mat that the company announced in 2017, a rare public retreat for the gadget maker.
Treasury has collected data for its 2018 major projects monitoring regime, but seems unlikely to issue a report as it has done in previous years.
The finalists in the 2019 NZ Hi-Tech Awards have been announced at events in Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington.
This exclusive Reseller News Roundtable, in association with Symantec and Westcon-Comstor, outlined how partners can assume trusted advisor status in a cloud-centric market, assessing the key areas of opportunity alongside best practice security methods in New Zealand.
Reseller News is calling on the industry to help celebrate young technology talent in New Zealand, through entering the upcoming 30 Under 30 Tech Awards.
Hewlett-Packard botched its $11.1 billion acquisition of Autonomy and then tried to cover up its own mismanagement by accusing the founder Mike Lynch of fraud.
After Hours made a welcome return to the channel social calendar with a bumper crowd of partners, distributors and vendors descending on The Jefferson in Auckland to kick-start 2019.
Hackers were able to deliver malware to the more one million-plus Asus computer owners last year by hijacking the vendor’s software update system.
The traditional PC market in New Zealand is expected to decline by -4.4 per cent year-on-year in 2019, according to new findings from IDC.
Deloitte’s appetite for acquisition is showing no signs of abating across Australia and New Zealand, with 20 tech specialists snapped up within the space of five years.
More than 500 government workers from Auckland to Christchurch can receive free digital training from Microsoft in the first half of 2019.
The channel came out en masse as IBM kicked off 2019 with Business Partner Summit in Auckland, outlining the key priorities ahead and areas of growth across New Zealand.
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