The National Child Health Information Programme (NCHIP), led by Midlands Health Network, has contracted New Zealand-owned global health software company Orion Health and BPac with the overall aim of ensuring that no child falls between the cracks of the health system.
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The Government has granted accreditation to NZ Telecommunication Forum's (TCF) mobile recycling programme, RE:Mobile.
Telecom has announced a Naked Ultra Fibre plan, which will allow users to tap into fibre speeds without paying for a home phone package.
Labour has complained to the Ombudsman following what they claim to be a refusal by Internal Affairs minister Peter Dunne to respond to Official Information Act requests on the number of government agencies continuing to run computers on the Microsoft Windows XP operating system.
From today, all 2degrees’ Pay Monthly and Business customers can use their mobiles across the Tasman with its new 10/10/10 plan – where customers pay 10 cents per minute for calls within Australia and to New Zealand, 10 cents per text and 10 cents per MB of data.
Telecom Digital Ventures has made a strategic investment in startup application services business App La Carte in a move to accelerate the company’s product development pipeline.
Geoff Thorn has been appointed as CEO of the New Zealand Telecommunications Forum (TCF) and will start in his new role next week.
Under a three-year innovation partnership signed between Orion Health and Waitemata DHB, North Shore Hospital’s Special Care Baby Unit and Ward 10 (haematology) will become hubs for the development of new technology supporting healthcare delivery.
Computerworld NZ, the premier IT title of the country, and IDG NZ are inviting nominations for the inaugural Computerworld NZ IT Leaders Awards 2014.
Broadband provider Slingshot has opened up access to global video streaming sites for its customers.
Crown-owned REANNZ and Hawaiki Cable have agreed on a multi-million dollar deal to provide the organisation with capacity on the new Hawaiki submarine cable linking New Zealand, Australia and the United States.
NIWA confirmed today that the organisation's supercomputer, on which attempts were made by unauthorised parties late last week to gain access, was put back online on Saturday evening and all services resumed.
If you are moving house, Slingshot is guaranteeing your internet will be ready to go by the time you move in.
Christchurch’s Tait Communications played host to a delegation from Chile this week, who visited the firm to hear about the importance of critical communications systems, particularly during disasters such as the devastating 2010 Chilean earthquake, and learn how Tait’s solutions can help the country.
CityLink has announced that it is expanding data centre capacity and services for businesses located in Wellington’s central business district.