Articles about New Zealand
New Zealand's prospering tech sector looks set for further growth.
The New Zealand government is changing the way it works with telecommunications companies because it needs stronger powers to deal with potential threats to national security, Prime Minister John Key has said.
Leighton subsidiary Visionstream has won an NZ$500 million contract extension with Chorus to roll out the country's Ultra-Fast Broadband fibre network in Auckland.
New Zealand government-owned Kordia has sold off its internet service provider subsidiary Orcon to a group of private investors.
One of the missed benefits of New Zealand's competing 4G rollouts is the increased connectivity that the country's Rural Broadband Initiative will bring.
Telecom New Zealand will go live for Auckland in October this year before hitting Wellington and Christchurch by year's end.
2degrees may still be something of a fledgling operator, compared to the big giants Telecom and Vodafone, but thanks to the skilful management of Hertz, 2degrees has much goodwill and the people seemingly on its side.
New Zealand mobile company 2degrees has paid tribute to its CEO Eric Hertz, who is believed to have died in a plane crash.
Just how much do IT professionals need to be regulated and certified?
Telecom New Zealand has confirmed that it will reduce its staffing levels from 7,530 to as few as 6,300 in a move to cut costs.
Telecom New Zealand has gone to market with its pricing plans for services on the government-backed fibre network.
Every cloud has a silver lining, but can it be replicated over 1,500 clouds?
That old chesnut of 'unfair' competition from overseas retailers has reared its ugly head again.
The New Zealand government needs to do more, especially as it plays a growing role in the education sector.
If the fight against online piracy involves winning the hearts and minds of the general public, then I despair for the Recording Industry Association of New Zealand.