Sun is to ship all of its key software products packaged with the Solaris operating system in synchronised quarterly releases.
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A decision by Fonterra to outsource its IT operations could boost the outsourcing market by 10% to 20%, says IDC.
US franchise owner claims to have cancelled master franchise agreement
"It’s as easy as using your spell checker"
A New Zealand company has developed an encryption product which lets organisations use their own encryption algorithms instead of public keys.
“A lot of customers don’t believe it can be done"
SSA had to "get back to the basics"
Transport firm Mainfreight has used yet-to-be-launched Microsoft products to link a collection of databases picked up through company acquisitions.
About 700 of NZ's 1000 ISVs develop for MS, though not exclusively
"I view this change as a correction of a licensing anomaly"
If a client won't talk, that should "ring an alarm bell"
With Sun Microsystems Inc.'s show of support for Linux on Intel, what is the future of the Sparc chip? Will it go the same way as Digital's popular but doomed Alpha processor?
Each WCC user has a quota of 45MB
Digital library software created by Waikato University has gained international recognition with the nomination of project head Professor Ian Witten (pictured) for an international award.
A storage area network implemented to handle TVNZ's business applications could ultimately support its highly specialised audiovisual requirements.