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  • Adobe announces new version of Creative Cloud

    Creative solutions vendor, Adobe, has launched a new version of Creative Cloud that enables creative teams to purchase membership of a single desktop application like Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, InDesign CC or any other of the entire collection of CC desktop applications.

  • Microsoft CFO shares five-point strategy for growth

    The world is thought to have gone through the worst of the economic meltdown, but companies can expect the next five to 10 years to be vastly different from the past decade. This is the message from Microsoft chief financial officer Chris Liddell in his keynote speech at this year’s Tech Ed in Auckland.

  • Championing ICT innovation in government

    Computerworld , together with the support of EDS and HP, are calling for entries to the Excellence in the Use of ICT in Government. The winner will be announced at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa in Wellington on 28 October, 2009.

  • Reality check for cloudy ambitions

    IDC analyst Tim Dillon says enterprises should apply the “fitness for purpose” perspective when deploying cloud computing. “You will hear a lot of organisations touting it as a panacea to all the problems the organisation faces. This is not true,” he told those attending a recent Auckland briefing on cloud computing organised by AT & T.

  • Solnet Solutions scoops Supreme IBM prize

    Solnet Solutions is the Supreme winner in this year’s IBM Business Partner Awards, having also won the Workplace Collaboration category for its provision of new web portal infrastructure for Inland Revenue. Solnet’s northern region general manager Brett Arthur says it isn’t often people get to thank Inland Revenue, but described the government organisation as a “fantastic client”.

  • Oh Brother, why art thou so big?

    Brother appears to be doing better in Oceania than other regions of the world. The printer (and sewing machine) maker is a market leader in the New Zealand market but an also-ran in Europe.