Riverbed Technology has taken the wrappers off a new performance-based partner program called Riverbed Rise.
The four Australian bank shareholders of Eftpos provider Paymark have agreed to sell the company to France's Ingenico Group for $190 million.
Oracle will issue a critical patch that provides fixes for certain of its products for Intel chip flaws.
CloudRecover, has announced it will rebrand as KeepItSafe following its acquisition by j2 Global in May 2017.
At first I thought Apple would get away with deliberately slowing down its older iPhones when their batteries aged. But maybe I was wrong.
Veeam acquires backup and disaster recovery provider, N2WS, in AWS data protection push.
Tech Data has pulled together a suite of services to manage the entire technology product and customer lifecycle for solution providers.
World's largest container shipping firm teams up with IBM to create an industry-wide trading platform to speed up trade and save billions of dollars.
Total spending on technology products and services in New Zealand is forecast to grow 2.2 per cent in 2018, reaching almost $12 billion.
Former Hewlett Packard Enterprise government and enterprise specialist Shannon Harris has joined the leadership team at Qrious.
Lawmakers are urging AT&T to cut commercial ties with Huawei and oppose plans by telecom operator China Mobile to enter the U.S. market.
Acronis has named former Odin and Parallels executive, Neil Morarji, as its new general manager in Australia and New Zealand.
Stats NZ is seeking proof that it has Kiwi's permission to act as a steward of their personal data.
How the mid-market is shaping up to be the next big source of project dollars for both big-name vendors and their value-added resellers.
Lenovo has patched a backdoor it found in some Lenovo and IBM RackSwitch and BladeCentre switches.
New Zealand business sentiment turned negative and sunk to a two-year low in the fourth quarter due to pessimism towards the new centre-left government.
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A survey of NZX market participants has revealed strong support for changes to the listing requirments of small cap stocks.
More than a quarter of businesses in New Zealand implemented an IoT solution in 2017, with adoption practically doubling during the past 12 months.
Microsoft phased out support for Windows 8.1, making the upgrade to Windows 10 urgent with the last remaining free upgrade path closing soon.
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