SAP NZ intends to invest NZD $50,000 in Foundation for Youth Development (FYD) as part of an effort to bolster interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) subjects among young people.
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Jo Healey, formerly MD of Fujitsu New Zealand, has been appointed as NZ CEO at Dimension Data (DiData).
The Court of Appeal’s judgment, released today, dismissed Chorus’ appeal to overturn the High Court’s judgment in April this year on the unbundled bitstream access (UBA) price set by the Commerce Commission’s (ComCom) initial pricing principle (IPP) process.
2degrees has extended its 4G footprint today flicking the switch on in central Wellington and the greater Auckland region.
More than 85 per cent of Canterbury employers are planning to recruit new IT personnel in the next six months as businesses move into an active growth phase, according to new research data.
New Zealand head-quartered Datacom Group has reported total group profit before tax of $64.7 million compared to last year’s $50.9 million, an increase of 27 per cent, and a 1.3 per cent increase in overall revenues to $881 million as compared to last year’s $870 million, for the year ending 31 March 2014.
OneNet has deployed partner Citrix’s XenApp 7.5 to provide its desktop-as-a-service solution to customers.
Mercy Hospice Auckland, a New Zealand based provider of specialist community palliative care for people affected by life-limiting illness, has worked with Cogent to implement the Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise OpenTouch Suite for SMBs to deliver improved connectivity and provide the foundation for a mobile workforce.
Technology Investment Network (TIN) last night revealed New Zealand’s top ten high growth technology export companies across two categories, TIN100 EY Ten Companies to Watch and the TIN100+ Ten Hot Emerging Companies.
Spark New Zealand has begun its rollout of 4G services on the recently acquired 700MHz spectrum in the Waikato, enabling 12 sites with 4G in the region.
The At Risk Individuals' programme (ARI) at Counties-Manukau District Health Board is being enabled by HSAGlobal's connected care platform, CCMS.
National’s Communications and Information Technology spokeswoman, Amy Adams, has promised that a re-elected National-led Government will establish a new $150 million fund to extend the Rural Broadband Initiative (RBI).
IDC New Zealand's recent Asia Pacific (excluding Japan) mobility survey shows that 87 per cent of New Zealand organisations are investing in mobile solutions to improve their experience with their customers.
Chorus Limited has today reported a net profit after tax (NPAT) of $148 million and earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) of $649 million for the year ended 30 June 2014.
Spark New Zealand notched total revenues of $3.638 billion for the fiscal year ending June 30 2014, with the second half alone at $1.791 billion. This is a 2.6 per cent drop on the full year from last fiscal’s revenues.