Articles about New Zealand
A shift to infrastructure as a service (IaaS) among other changes sees project costs increase as signs of slippage emerge in release schedule.
Motorweb data to complement Trade Me's New Zealand online sales operation.
The Commerce Commission is shaping up to cut the price New Zealand network operator Chorus can charge for its regulated unbundled copper low frequency voice service, and to backdate its determination.
Wellington City Council has delayed the release of a tender for a new core council platform to allow other regional councils to climb aboard.
Increased spending is planned on cloud-based services but data sovereignty restrictions remain a barrier in the public sector.
A verbal briefing from Ernst &Young Australia confirms Chorus is at risk of not being able to fulfill its contract to build 70% of New Zealand's ultra fast broadband network.
An interim report into the release of the email metadata and content of communications by New Zealand MP Peter Dunne, Parliamentary staff and a journalist finds failings in a new IT system servicing both the Executive and Parliament.
Network operator Chorus launches two-pronged attack on the regulator's decision to slash the price it can charge for broadband access over New Zealand's legacy copper network.
New Zealand’s Office of the Privacy Commissioner has published data breach numbers and categories in its annual report for the first time.
New Zealand network operator Chorus is now likely to take an earnings hit as a political stand-off rules out further legislation.
Statistics out of New Zealand and the United Kingdom show that vectoring may not the cure-all that the new Australian government hopes it will be.
Long-distance bus challenger cuts into market by going direct online.
Disjointed and outdated systems, poor data quality and project failures are hampering health initiatives in New Zealand.
Cloud-based enterprise content management service is expected to improve agencies' ability to manage information and improve decision making.
The New Zealand Government is still trying to fix a school payroll system delivered two years late and at least NZ$24 million over budget.