A lobby group is being set up for angel investors interested in funding technology and other start-ups.
Stories by Darren Greenwood
Last July, Dr Ross Patterson was appointed commissioner to the telecommunications sector, based within the Commerce Commission.
ICT suppliers will soon have to meet sustainability standards if they want to sell products or services to the government and the wider public sector.
If businesses don’t make the grade, they may not win government business.
Trade Me is using WAN optimisation appliances to boost its regional links and to improve business continuity.
Kiwi clothing supplier Icebreaker uses Fortinet appliances for “everything around security management”, says CIO Alin Ungereano.
Traditionally, all the functions of a computer were written as software applications running on top of a general-purpose operating system.
The two independent members of Telecom’s Independent Oversight Group (IOG) have defended their appointments as industry players such as TUANZ and CallPlus question the independence and “hands on” experience of the members.
Agile development and the lessons learned by Australian utilities were vital to Genesis Energy’s quest for a new billing system — and helped it implement the project in just nine months.
Eight years ago, a whole host of factors came together to drive investment in enterprise applications.
Strong local financial results from enterprise software vendors last year are just one sign that many organisations are replacing or upgrading their core applications.
TelstraClear has just completed what it says is its largest-ever VoIP implementation.
Voice over IP has been around a long time, longer than we might think.The first experimental Network Voice Protocol was created as early as 1973 for ARPANET, a forerunner to the internet. The technology for transmitting voice conversations over the internet has been available to end users since at least the early 1980s.
Hospitals across the Waikato and Bay of Plenty are axing X-rays in a $10.5 million programme.
Sharing the storage and computational power of computing could be the way of the future, thanks to New Zealand’s own BeSTGRID.
Simpl has boosted its virtualisation business following its own implementation of the technology.