Articles about New Zealand
New Zealand’s Department of Conservation uses cloud computing to engage with remote staff, and to save scarce resources for its core mission.
Despite the sales drop, IBM's New Zealand branch lifted pre-tax profits by 3.5%
New Zealand's Minister of Finance says open data and Big Data analytics will reshape the way government produces its annual Budget.
If IT budget is tight, cloud could be a good option advises Vivian Chandra, Amnesty NZ IT manager.
In a report on productivity in the services sector, New Zealand's Productivity Commission says the Government cloud computing programme is "highly risk averse" and may send a poor signal to private firms.
Government applies $28.6 million over four years to ICT skills training, signs Vodafone as anchor tenant for Christchurch Innovation Precinct.
Pushpay adds text message marketing to its mobile payments technology stack.
Parliament's Finance and Expediture Committee supports extending the Government CIO's oversight from core public service department to cover other large Crown entities.
Having cleared the sale of the final block of digital dividend spectrum to Telecom, New Zealand's telecommunications regulator embarks on a study of network operator Chorus' new 'Boost' copper broadband plans.
The bring-your-own-application trend in the workplace is growing, and Australia and New Zealand are two countries where 44 percent of companies have already adopted it.
Strong values for technology stocks on the New Zealand Stock Exchange are driving a flurry of listing activity.
SaaS online travel and expense management software developer announces it will list on the New Zealand Stock Exchange.
Xero is ranked number one ahead of Netsuite and Monitise on Forbes 100 list of the most innovative growth companies.
Chorus releases a progress report on its fibre rollout while the industry regulator says consumers are getting more for their money.
IBM wins a major contract to help create a National Infrastructure Platform for the New Zealand health sector and to consolidate around 40 datacentres.