IBM has appointed Sallie Purser as channel and digital leader of New Zealand, as part of plans to deepen partner engagement in 2019.
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Australian listed company Hills has appointed Michael Collins as general manager in New Zealand.
A Ministry of Justice case management proof of concept has tested business process management software alongside commercial off the shelf software.
The number of malware reports from Kiwi organisations more than doubled to 43 in the three months ended 31 December, CERT NZ has reported.
When picturing the future of your business, it is important to have a high-level understanding of emerging technologies, according to Nancy Rademaker of Nexxworks.
Reseller News is proud to announce the launch of Emerging Leaders, a forum designed to educate, mentor and showcase the upcoming technology talent in New Zealand.
The Privacy Commissioner believes the private sector in New Zealand appears to be less focussed on privacy accountability than the public sector.
Vodafone New Zealand has made its long-awaited call, asking almost all staff if they want redundancy as the business prepares for a stock market listing next year.
ComputerCare has rebranded to Yorb in New Zealand, in a move designed to better align with changing customer priorities.
Jo Healey has been appointed as general manager of sales at Intergen in New Zealand, following almost two years running services at IBM.
Exclusive Networks has appointed Jeff Clynes as country manager of New Zealand, recruiting the distribution expert from Arrow ECS NZ.
Cisco has honoured its top performing partners across Australia and New Zealand, after posting 14 per cent revenue growth year-on-year.
The technology industry has more work to do in terms of closing the gender gap in New Zealand, with only 26 per cent of staff in the sector currently women.
Expectations regarding the commercial use of IoT have matured in recent years, with the technology now viewed as a capable of solving business problems.
Minister of finance Grant Robertson has asked the Productivity Commission to examine and report on technological change, disruption and the future of work.
With early direct customer wins to its credit, Huawei is now building a channel for its enterprise products in New Zealand.
The government has said spectrum auctions are on track to allow telcos to start rolling out 5G services from 2020, however, key details are yet to be resolved.
IT services provider Empired has set its sights on $300 million worth of multi-year contracts as it targets double digit earnings growth for this financial year.
Accenture will support the roll-out of Inland Revenue's new Oracle-based enterprise support services software.
Empired is claiming traction for its Cohesion proprietary enterprise content, records and collaboration management platform, after a big win at Oranga Tamariki.
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