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Stories by Darren Greenwood
The scale of many New Zealand businesses means they prefer an off-the-shelf financial management information system (FMIS), believing it to be easier to use and maintain.
Wellington-based financial hosting company FNZ is claiming success from using a technology platform and other specialist products from F5 Networks.
Scott Houston of the New Zealand Supercomputing Centre believes the new Microsoft HPC Server 2008 offers much potential for his organisation.
Waikato District Health Board expects to recover all but a small percentage of the data it lost because of a disk failure in late October.
Waikato District Health Board looks set to install a new electronic messaging and file management system in the latter half of 2008.
When Thames-Coromandel District Council (TCDC) sought to upgrade its networking infrastructure, it disregarded the advice of a third-party supplier, and claims to have found a much cheaper and better alternative.
Kiwibank, one of New Zealand’s largest early adopters of Visual Studio 2008, has given the thumbs-up to the latest version of the Microsoft developer tool.
Business Intelligence (BI) as a term has been around for about 50 years. It refers to technologies, applications and practices used for the collection, integration, analysis and presentation of business information.
In the face of increasing demands to streamline, improve and standardise its business processes, Statistics New Zealand has integrated BI into its business. This will improve the accessibility of government statistics.
Waikato Institute of Technology is extending its use of Cortell’s Applix TM1 range of business intelligence products, replacing the ubiquitous spreadsheet in the process.
HP has a local team of 20 to promote its new unified communications offering with Microsoft, which had its New Zealand launch in Auckland yesterday.
TelstraClear has entered the health networking market, offering services to the secure Health Network, a virtual private network (VPN) servicing the country’s health providers.
Woosh wireless fears the government is not leaving enough space in the radio network for the delivery of robust broadband services.
The New Zealand Racing Board is rolling out the first of its new digital outside broadcast vans (OBVs) this month.