Articles about New Zealand
New Zealand's Productivity Commission seeks ways to improve ICT skills and encourage Cloud adoption by the services sector.
Cloud point of sale system developer Vend won't comment on rumoured IPO plans but CEO Vaughan Rowsell happily gives a Cloud POS primer.
A desire for simplicity and freedom from proprietary hardware led Kukri Sports to adopt a Cloud-based point of sale system.
Akamai's latest State of the Internet report for Q3 2013 shows Australia's average connection speed slowly picking up, as South Korea, Japan, and Hong Kong continue to race ahead.
Software provider MYOB in its first Trans-Tasman report said that small and medium-sized enterprises on both sides of the ditch expect improving economic conditions over 2014.
Company says orders indicate annual sales growth could hit 50% a year for the next two to three years.
MyRepublic announces plans to enter the New Zealand market and will begin offering its services to home and business subscribers from mid-2014.
Vikram Kumar, CEO of Mega, shifts to Kim Dotcom's Internet Party, aiming to win the "hope and excitement" vote.
Single block of "digital dividend" spectrum reaps NZ$83 million for the government
Rating agency says Chorus's bank covenants could be breached in 2015 if efforts to alleviate the impact of regulatory decisions do not succeed.
Mega chief executive Vikram Kumar says the Kim Dotcom-inspired “privacy company” is poised to start working on its promised secure communications services.
Vodafone New Zealand, pinged by a regulator, has paid out NZ$268,231 to disgruntled customers.
Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom is to launch a political party called the Internet Party in Auckland next week.
US demands in Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations include patent protection for software and even of "mathematical methods".
Yellow's directors required forward waivers of its loan covenants to allow its accounts to be signed off as a going concern.