Articles about New Zealand
Enprise Group, which sold cloud provisioning system EMS Cortex to Citrix in 2011, reenters the cloud software market.
Cloud accounting software company focuses on US market as it claims cloud leadership in UK, Australia and New Zealand.
To build up New Zealand's data science skill base for the future, Qrious has established a data science academy, which is due to open in coming weeks.
Diligent Board Member Services, which claims supply of the most widely used board management portal, now offers company directors a wider choice of hardware.
Apple has told App developers it will increase its app store retail prices in Australia and other countries within the next 24 hours.
Xero has struck a strategic alliance with KPMG UK, boosting the New Zealand cloud accounting software company’s customer base in the United Kingdom by thousands.
A back-door listing is planned valuing the company at NZ$210 million.
Telstra has pointed to the price drops in roaming, and the availability of Wi-Fi as reasons why the Australian government should back away from plans to regulate mobile roaming charges.
A dispute is simmering between the private buyers of ISP Orcon and New Zealand state-owned networking company Kordia
After years of under-investment, grocery cooperative Foodstuffs Auckland was on the brink of IT failure, saved only by its DR system.
Kathy Gruzas, CIO of digital effects production house Weta Digital, explains why the company is sticking with its own datacenter.
After inking a deal with Microsoft in 2012, the New Zealand government plans to extend all-of-government licensing to other software vendors.
HP's sales are now back at the level they were before EDS was acquired in 2008.
One of New Zealand's largest government ministries is preparing to move human capital management to the cloud.
A raft of changes to have been made to the detail of New Zealand's broadband roll-out plan, but essential targets and dates have been retained.