One third of New Zealanders surveyed by the Office of the Privacy Commissioner feel they are not in control of the way the government uses their information, says Privacy Commissioner John Edwards.
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MYOB is negotiating with a syndicate of banks to refinance its senior debt. CEO Tim Reed says it is close to finalising an arrangement.
A New Zealand mobile developer claims it is the first company in the world to lanch a recordable video application that integrates fully with any customer relationship management (CRM) system.
UXC Oxygen is looking to beef up its SAP practice in New Zealand, says newly appointed Wellington practice manager Mike Smith.
New Zealand has well over $100 billion in State assets but a lot of them are poorly managed. “We don't know enough about our 4.2 million customers,” says deputy prime minister Bill English.
ACC has announced Accenture as its preferred technology vendor for its three-year business transformation programme, called Shaping Our Future.
About 99 per cent of every online advertising dollar is wasted and it’s time for organisations to adopt a more customer-focused approach to marketing in the digital age, says MyWave founder and CEO Geraldine McBride.
Privately held Solnet posted revenue of around $25 million for its June 30 year ending, which indicates a growth of 25 per cent, says managing director Mark Botherway.
Wynyard Group will deliver a specialist configuration of its technology already in use by New Zealand Police to support the country’s first sex offender register, the Child Protection Offender Register (CPOR).
Wellington City Council has narrowed down a long list of eight vendors to just three to supply a new core IT platform. CIO Channa Jayasinha expects a decision by the end of October.
Spark Digital has launched a new cloud platform to help businesses to automate machine-to-machine (M2M) deployments.
Data sovereignty is an issue for the legal fraternity. There are no formal restrictions mandating that data be hosted only in New Zealand but it's certainly top-of-mind with many legal practices when it comes to modernising their technology.
A new website making it easier for government in New Zealand to deliver information and services was designed and developed in-house by the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA), using the Common Web Platform. The templates are written in PHP, which DIA runs on the Silverstripe CMS.
New global research from Unisys reveals that 86 per cent of critical infrastructure providers in Australia and New Zealand have been breached in the past year.
The Ministry of Education has selected Optimation to deliver a replacement system for its school transport resourcing administration system (STRAS), a multi-million-dollar software development project.