When Auckland company James Odell, which customises cars, was gutted by a fire, it was faced with a wrecked laptop that contained all the vital information about the company.
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Virtualisation has been largely responsible for cracking open the market for back-up and business continuity, argues Jake van der Vyver, enterprise business development manager for Lexel (formerly Computer Brokers).
Canterbury-based Advanced Feeds is claiming productivity improvements from a business intelligence-focused technology upgrade.
A New Zealand-based adopter of the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) language, claims its user interface properties is winning the company much more business.
Loyalty New Zealand, the operator of the FlyBuys programme, says it was able to roll-out a new website in a matter of weeks using the Microsoft SharePoint Platform.
Car parts supplier Repco has rolled out Auckland-based Zeacom’s latest communications suite across Australasia.
Maintaining web-based businesses 24x7 is an Olympian effort that requires a mix of technology, systems and investment in redundancy that is far from simple.
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A Wellington school is claiming success from one of the first implementations in New Zealand of the latest versions of WebMarshal and MailMarshal.
Queenstown Lakes District Council has begun a major standardisation and virtualisation project, with implementation happening over the coming weeks.
TelstraClear is about to launch what it says is New Zealand’s first Distributed Denial of Service attack solution.
In less than a decade, the use of Open Source Software (OSS) has become mainstream, even in notoriously conservative large enterprises.
A framework that helps far-flung students learn by combining various communications technologies is one of the finalists in the Overall Excellence in the use of ICT category of the 2008 Computerworld Excellence Awards.
A speech recognition system that “writes out” medical notes, a tool to frame treatment programmes, for GPs’ patients, and a revamped PlunketLine are the three finalists in the Computerworld Excellence Awards Use of ICT in Health category, sponsored by Simpl.
Web 2.0 technology’s ability to help good causes spread their message is behind one of the two projects that have made it to the finals of the Computerworld Excellence Awards Young ICT category, sponsored by Eagle Technology. The other project involves the use of online tools to aid those learning a foreign language