Articles about New Zealand
The New Zealand government has called on services firm Ernst & Young to assess the impact of the NZ regulator's copper pricing decision on wholesale operator Chorus.
Interactive TV platform developer iPowow and weather services provider PredictWind had different reasons for moving to the cloud and faced different challenges.
New research findings could boost the status of the CIO and cloud computing during business transformations.
Private sector support for RealMe could help turn it into the default New Zealand standard.
Telecommunications provider CallPlus is taking the New Zealand government to court over its review of copper broadband pricing.
The New Zealand government has ordered an independent review of Chorus' financial position and its ability to continue rolling out Ultra-Fast Broadband.
Chorus' share price falls as network operator accused of 'crying wolf' to prompt Government intervention.
Initial costs won’t be much lower but agencies will benefit over time, Government chief information officer says.
Kim Dotcom's Mega service has been accused of facilitating the piracy of Man Booker award winning novel The Luminaries, by Eleanore Catton, but Mega's accuser is now facing probing questions himself.
The New Zealand government has raised NZ$176 million from selling the bulk of its 700 megahertz radio spectrum, flagged for fourth-generation mobile phone use, and is still considering what to do with the remainder.
The bank's two mobile apps have been growing steadily, paving the way for expansion of the services to other markets.
A new exhibition explores the meanings of the 1982 suicide bombing at the Wanganui Computer Centre in New Zealand.
Online portal expected to enable shared patent applications and examinations and to cut costs.
A spectrum auction in New Zealand highlights competition concerns.
Telecom reported to be having another bash at converting Australian business into cash.