A couple of themes emerge from the two major categories of this year’s New Zealand Hi Tech Awards: offshore success and high growth.
Stories by Rob O’Neill, Computerworld
Australian and New Zealand organisations are more likely to be the targeted by cyber attacks than the global average, according to new research from security software maker Symantec.
Telecom's IT services unit Gen-i has reported improved margins, fulfilling to some extent a demand CEO Paul Reynolds made shortly after his appointment.
Fronde’s shareholders have approved an issue of up to 1 million new shares to four senior managers in the IT services company.
NetSuite is entering the New Zealand market, inking a non-exclusive reseller deal with service provider Fusion 5.
Indian outsourcing firm Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is ramping up its New Zealand operations, joining other South Asian tech giants in a rush for some big Kiwi ICT contracts.
Hewlett-Packard has quietly shifted some of its support work for Telecom to India, and made some local HP Enterprise Services staff redundant.
Gen-i is launching a portfolio of cloud computing offerings for Australia and New Zealand, aiming to integrate these with the existing ICT infrastructure of customers.
When Microsoft's Professional Developers' Conference (PDC) kicks of in Los Angeles tomorrow, the company's new cloud platform, Azure, will be the centre of attention — and two Kiwi companies are poised to demonstrate how cloud computing can transform real businesses and deliver competitive advantage.
When last year’s Tech Ed conference sold out quickly, Microsoft made plans to increase capacity at its keynote developer event.
In March, when IT distributor Renaissance Corporation told the stock exchange it had decided to cut its online data insurance and digital media business and write down the company’s investment, it was already feeling the effects of the global economic contraction.
Telecom has responded to a series of announcements from arch rival Vodafone and signed Digital Island as a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO).
Growth appears to have stalled for internet service provider Woosh Wireless, which is reporting a bottom-line loss of $21.2 million for the year ended 30 June 2008.
Directory company Yellow has selected US interactive marketing company Acxiom to boost its telemarketing data services.
Compass Communications is readying itself to offer mobile services on Vodafone's network, with a launch pegged for March.