Articles about New Zealand
Datacom stengthens its offerings for local government with Origen buyout.
New Zealand's Labour Party appears set to co-opt a key policy from Kim Dotcom's nascent Internet Party.
New Zealand tax department denies SAP is favoured for the biggest IT project in New Zealand history.
ASB Bank launched its core real-time banking platform in 1969, but it was only in the mobile era that it could truly prove its chops.
New Zealand’s competition regulator, the Commerce Commission, is laying the groundwork for new and upgraded applications.
A New Zealand security consultant has used a man-in-the-middle proxy to mop up all SSL traffic related to the App Store, updates, iCloud data, and traffic from apps that use certificate pining, such as Twitter.
Fears are rising that a "nuclear option" could be used to degrade copper broadband services in New Zealand and drive users to fibre.
New Zealand network operator reports a tranche of cost cutting measures is likely to be implemented in July.
Telecom announces it is attacking the online content market with the launch of ShowmeTV.
Xero has nearly doubled its global customer base since the same period last year to over a quarter of a million, with the Australian market making up nearly 100,000.
In what is claimed as a world first, the lifetime cost of welfare dependency is revealed, analysed and segmented.
A computer problem resulted in thousands of people being accidentally ticketed.
SaaS software is to be used to manage the rebuild of key infrastructure in city's wrecked CBD.
A decision on a long-awaited core banking system upgrade is reported to be imminent.
New Zealand's Ultra-Fast Broadband network project has now reached one quarter of its target of covering 75 percent of the population with fibre by 2019, but take-up is slow.