BNZ suffered a major “unscheduled outage” on Saturday, prompting annoyed Kiwis to vent frustrations on social media following a technology glitch.
A U.S. jury has said Samsung should pay US$539 million to Apple for copying patented smartphone features, bringing a years-long feud into its final stages.
Ingram Micro maintained Showcase 2018 momentum in Wellington, hosting more than 40 vendors at TSB Arena. Under the banner of Leading the Way, the event demonstrated what’s new, what’s next and how it can be used to improve business and everyday life.
Spending on augmented reality and virtual reality within Asia Pacific is forecast to reach US$11.1 billion in 2018, as enterprise use cases increase.
Telco retailer Spark is accelerating its Quantum performance improvement program to realise financial benefits earlier than previously signalled.
Stuff has acquired 100 per cent ownership of internet service provider, Stuff Fibre, as part of plans to expand into the wider market across New Zealand.
A “horrible mistake” from 1997, the Java object serialisation capability for encoding objects has serious security issues.
Treasury modelling of a scenario for the next global financial crisis includes ugly impacts such as falling property values and 60,000 more unemployed.
Criminals have stolen about US$1.2 billion in crypto-currencies since 2017, as bitcoin's popularity has put the spotlight on the unregulated sector.
Veritas Technologies has named former VMware's Brian Higgins as its new channel sales leader for Asia Pacific and Japan region.
Network company Chorus has rung in a bundle of changes to its executive team that will see two industry veterans leave the company.
Service providers face choppy waters ahead as automation, scalability and reliability look to challenge the channel in an era of customer change.
Cisco has warned that hackers have infected at least 500,000 routers and storage devices in dozens of countries with sophisticated malicious software.
The government is launching a project to assess how government uses algorithms to ensure transparency and fairness in decisions affecting citizens.
Pure Storage has unveiled its new channel partner program, which comes with two tiers and a host of fresh training, certifications and incentives.
Relationships, reputation and customer service - billed as the three leading hallmarks of success for emerging start-up, Parallo, in New Zealand.
As the company’s first developer conference, Spec, kicked off in San Francisco, Slack stressed efforts to integrate its software with third-party apps.
NZX-listed GeoOp has inked a global distribution agreement with Ingram Micro's automated e-commerce cloud marketplace.
Tech Data has launched a new partner program in New Zealand, with plans in place to rollout a cloud marketplace in the near future.
Fusion5, best known as a reseller of Netsuite and Oracle, has unveiled what it hopes will be the next generation of corporate HR software.
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