Articles about New Zealand
The New Zealand government-funded Rural Broadband Initiative faces a technical audit to ensure that performance levels contracted with Vodafone are being met.
Lightbox, MediaWorks, SKY, and TVNZ have threatened to sue local ISPs and companies that allow customers to bypass geoblock restrictions on services such as Netflix.
New Zealand telco Spark has divested its international business unit to Australian VoIP provider MyNetFone in order to focus on its local market.
An award-winning secure online identity verification platform developed by the New Zealand government is struggling to win users.
Australian cloud accounting software provider MYOB is moving to return to public ownership after almost six years in private hands, on Tuesday filing its prospectus for an IPO on the ASX.
Semble has launched an app and SIM card in New Zealand that can turn Android-enabled devices into mobile wallets where users can complete tap-and-go transactions at any contactless terminal.
An enterprise content management system developed by Empired's New Zealand subsidiary, Intergen, will likely be offered on Azure.
Akamai's latest State of the Internet report reveals that Australia's average broadband connection speeds have increased by 6.1 percent quarter over quarter, putting Australia in 42nd place globally.
New Zealand's inspector-general of intelligence and security is launching an inquiry into allegations that the Government Communications Security Bureau intercepted the communications of New Zealanders in the South Pacific.
Oracle Australia and New Zealand is hurtling headlong into a 'fundamental shift' in its business model, with the company's cloud services portfolio gaining the upper hand in its regional product revenue mix.
The Internet of Things is providing new ways for building owners and architects to validate their design assumptions.
New Zealand mobile challenger 2degrees is buying its fixed-line broadband partner, Christchurch-based Snap.
New Zealand was spying on candidates from Brazil, Indonesia, Mexico, and five other countries vying to lead the World Trade Organisation.
Business intelligence and analytics are the top technology priorities in 2015 for chief information officers in Australia and New Zealand, as well as in the rest of the world, according to Gartner.
New Zealand-based investigations and intelligence software company Wynyard Group is planning to publicly dual list on the Australian Securities Exchange in a bid to enable Australian investors to participate in its growth in the region.