Articles about New Zealand
Cloud integrator considers a listing or private equity investment as it shoots for NZ$200 million in sales within next four years.
Vendors of desktop-as-a-service and enterprise-content-management-as-a-service to New Zealand government agencies are expected to be announced “very soon”.
Pay TV operator Sky TV has been warned for 'historical breaches' of New Zealand's Commerce Act over the resale of content to internet service providers.
In the 12 months until the end of September 2013, Xero has seen global growth of 89 percent, and experienced growth in Australia of 143 percent.
Perth-based company becomes the latest telco to purchase capacity on the subsea cable that will connect Australia, New Zealand, and the US.
Multiple phone and web-based services in New Zealand are to be integrated by the end of 2014.
Shift to naked broadband, IP services and aggressive price competition continue to take their toll.
What do you do with old public phone boxes hardly anyone uses any more? In New Zealand they are being converted into a national network of WiFi hotspots.
The bank has released the first stage of a new online platform that is aimed at providing the same capabilities to customers, regardless of the device being used.
Research firm IDC says mobile device sales have dipped for two consecutive quarters in Australia and New Zealand.
Database replication software vendor Dbvisit is part of a small New Zealand contingent showcasing its wares off the back of the America's Cup regatta at Oracle's OpenWorld conference in San Francisco.
Rivalry between the US and China for dominance in the Pacific will determine the structure of any new trans-Pacific cable linking Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific Islands and the United States.
Government to support increased resilience and competition in international data traffic.
Cloud accounting software firm Xero deploys SQL Server 2012 on Rackspace infrastructure to gain resilience, uptime, and scalability.
The shift to mobile presents opportunities for competitors as well as for New Zealand online marketplace Trade Me, according to its chief executive.