Articles about New Zealand
Road tolling technology provider aims to list on the New Zealand Stock Exchange on 15 August.
New Zealand network operator Chorus seals an option for accelerated Crown funding for the Ultrafast Broadband network rollout.
After 33 years in the industry, Andrew Stevens has called it quits, and is retiring from his position as the current IBM Australia and New Zealand managing director.
The Baboom music service run by Kim Dotcom plans to list on the ASX before the end of 2014.
The development of 4G services in New Zealand is two years behind those in Australia, but when it comes to commercial 700MHz services, the Kiwis are suddenly moving faster.
Fronde finds the going tough in its home base of Wellington, New Zealand, and in Australia, but makes progress among Auckland enterprises.
Security architect Peter Benson is concerned New Zealand’s proposed data breach disclosure regime isn't strong enough.
New Zealand's Labour Party promises direct, targeted support for the ICT sector including "garage grants" for very early stage entrepreneurs if elected to government.
Australian Minister of Communications says the creation of an innovation culture has to be the focus.
Opposition ICT spokesperson Clare Curran claims more than 40,000 New Zealand government computers are still running Windows XP.
Vista Group, a developer of cinema management systems, is poised to dual list on the NZ Stock Exchange and the Australian Securities Exchange.
Wellington City Council, Regional Council, Upper Hutt and Porirua advance plans for shared ICT infrastructure.
Australian networks and datacentre company Vocus will acquire New Zealand-based fibre company FX Networks for AU$107.7 million.
Coastlines NZ, a supplier of surfboards and surfwear to retailers globally, has launched on an integration process with SAP to move its manual systems into the cloud.
A shared services organisation supposed to be a model for the New Zealand public sector has been heavily criticised by the Auditor-General.