Computerworld wins TUANZ award

Computerworld was voted technology publication of the year at last night's Telecommunication Users Association (TUANZ) Innovation Awards.

Computerworld was voted technology publication of the year at last night's Telecommunication Users Association (TUANZ) Innovation Awards.

Editor Anthony Doesburg collected the award on behalf of the Computerworld team in front of a sometimes rowdy crowd of around 500 at the Hyatt Regency in Auckland.

Computerworld Online reporter Paul Brislen was finalist in the telecommunications journalist of the year award, which was won by Peter Griffin of the New Zealand Herald.

Other winners include Xtra for ISP of the year and Telecom for its Mobile JetStream platform. Walker Wireless won the Innovation Award for its broadband rollout.

Outgoing chair of the association Judith Speight was awarded the chairman's award for her tireless efforts within the industry over the past decade.

TUANZ won the Computerworld Excellence award for the "most significant contribution to IT" earlier this year for its work promoting broadband development in New Zealand.

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