Articles about New Zealand
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.
72.7% of school principals in New Zealand have no confidence that the new school payroll system, Novopay, is on track to become fit for purpose after the error rate spikes once more.
The accounting software company is expanding further into the US, with senior roles being filled by three new hires with combined experience from HP, Microsoft, PayPal, and Intuit.
Australia has become the second country after the US to receive Apple's internet music streaming service, iTunes Radio.
Accounting software provider MYOB points the bone at arch-rival Xero on price and speed at an event in Auckland.
Parts of a brand new core IT system are written down after the sale of business units.
Banker BNZ announces customers can use New Zealand Post's RealMe authentication system from mid month.
New Zealand’s Inland Revenue Department has spent NZ$50 million so far on a massive transformation project, but the slow pace of change to date has some members of Parliament worried.
Canada's Smart Technologies is exiting the optical touch sensor display business for desktops.
A document management project to serve the executive branch of New Zealand's Government has hit a wall.
Staffed entirely by blind people, Appcessible offers direct user feedback rather than automated testing procedures.
New Zealand networking company Kordia offers high speed, low latency, direct trans-Tasman access to AWS's regional datacentre.
Westpac NZ is leading the way in digital banking innovation by trialling its Cash Tank app on Google Glass and introducing Apple's iBeacon technology in its branches.