One year into its tenure, how has the new New Zealand Government performed on issues of technology and telecommunications?
Darren Greenwood keeps his feet on New Zealand's shaky ground and his head up in the long white cloud.
Darren Greenwood has been in journalism, not all of it IT, since the days of typewriters and long before the web spun its way around the world. Coming from Yorkshire, he can be blunt, and though having resided in New Zealand, as well as Australia, for quite some time, he insists he is not one of the 'sheeple!'
Having one of your biggest customers roast you in the media as "slow to react to a catastrophic systems failure" and "unwilling to apologise" for it is not a good look for IBM New Zealand.
Amazon's Kindle comes to the Pacific region but not to New Zealand. Why?
Cloud Computing not for New Zealand?
Feeding Snow Leopard with juicy Office 2008 discs caused a few problems for our New Zealand correspondent.
Telecom needs to quickly jettison the forced Visionstream owner-operator deal for lines techies if it cares about its image.
Commercial sensitivities ride roughshod over the NZ public's right to be informed.
The long-awaited launch of New Zealand's newest mobile operator 2degrees took place this morning; but the offering isn't as hot as it could be by a long shot.
Smack down: it seems the Independent Oversight Group (IOG) set up to keep an eye on Telecom NZ's regulatory undertakings as part of the operational separation of its business takes its task seriously.
Telcos would love to shift the cost of expanding mobile network coverage to customers with femtocells, but are they a good idea for customers?