Articles about New Zealand
A new transparency report reveals a lot about how and where Auckland Council is spending its IT budget - and about its blown-out NZ$157 million NewCore project.
Subsidiary records its lowest revenues since 2006, but maintains profitability during "transformation".
New Zealand has upped its total investment in its ultra-fast broadband and rural broadband project to NZ$2 billion.
GPS crystal manufacturer Rakon recovers from an NZ$83.8 million net loss in 2014 after shuttering a UK plant.
Christchurch-based Jade is winning port customers for its Master Terminal software and piloting a new wealth management application.
It started with a single, ambiguous bullet-point, but Pond is now leading the emerging world of social education platforms.
The Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority plans to model new city facilities and precincts using 3D printing.
IBM will help the New Zealand Ministry of Health deploy a cloud-managed infrastructure as a service that will be used to support the department's internal IT systems and national health systems.
Cloud accounting software developer Xero, a long-term Rackspace customer, is migrating to AWS for platform as a service.
Retail telco Spark has appealed to the New Zealand public with its Be Counted online campaign.
An unknown group is demanding payment in bitcoins to pre-empt denial-of-service attacks.
Dogged by delays, the planned back-door listing of Kim Dotcom-founded privacy service Mega is now officially dead.
As an auditor general's report lifts the potential cost of Inland Revenue's transformation to NZ$1.9 billion, Xero says it will build open tax filing interfaces for free.
Australia-based online travel specialist Wotif has sold its booking software unit to Serko in a cash deal.
SaaS accounting software company Xero has unveiled a benchmarking dashboard created from its customer transaction data.