Two of the four people arrested in New Zealand on the Megaupload case have been released on bail, according to the Stuff website.
Stories by Sim Ahmed
The beginning of the year can bring with it a desire for a change in career. By all accounts, skilled workers are in high demand in New Zealand across the spectrum of IT roles and technologies, but what are IT employers looking for in candidates?
Young Maori looking to pursue a career in the telecommunications industry now have more opportunities to get their feet in the door, with the help of a new scholarship from the Hei Rere Mai programme.
The programme, which was launched by the Maori Spectrum Charitable Trust (Te Huarahi Tika Trust) and 2degrees last year, is now recieving scholarship applications from Maori students studying or planning to study ICT at the University of Auckland.
Update at 4:10 pm: Kim Dotcom and the other Megaupload defendants may have to wait until Wednesday to find out if they can be released on bail.
IBM had nothing but strong words to say about its competitor Microsoft, at the opening session of this year's Lotusphere conference in Orlando, Florida.
Recruitment consultancy firm, Robert Walters, has revealed the findings of its 12th annual salary survey of IT professionals in New Zealand. The survey draws on data from Robert Walter’s New Zealand candidate and employer database, and was collected over the course of 2011 from the company's Auckland and Wellington offices.
Up to 400 residents in Manurewa may be experiencing disruptions to their internet and phone services, including being unable to make 111 emergency calls, according to Chorus.
HealthAlliance is upgrading Auckland District Health Board's (ADHB) Oracle E-Business Suite to the latest version (12.1) of the ERP and supply chain software.
New Zealand's broadband pricing is improving, but fixed line voice services cost significantly more than the OECD average, according to a report released by the Commerce Commission.
Orcon's Genius has given the company "gangbuster" returns since its introduction to New Zealand in July, according to a source close to the matter.
The Royal New Zealand Plunket Society is spending $12 million to develop PlunketPlus, a digital system to better manage the records of some 100,000 children and families it looks after.
With the end of the year almost in sight, Computerworld asked IT recruitment experts what they thought of the year that has been, and what they think the IT jobs space will be like in 2012.
Executives at many large companies are ignoring internal IT policies by bringing their own devices to work, often to the detriment of corporate security, says David Cannon, enterprise offering leader at IBM.
A common sense approach has put the New Zealand government's social media policy in high regard with IT research company, Gartner.
Telecom Retail is deploying Siebel as its CRM software in contact centres around New Zealand and Philippines.