A “lacklustre” broadband infrastructure has led New Zealand to once again rate well below average in another global survey of our digital proficiency.
Stories by Louis van Wyk
With all the excitement over protest marches to Parliament, blacked out Facebook pages and Stephen Fry getting hot and bothered, the threat posed by the new copyright act to New Zealand businesses has often been overlooked.
South Africa has always been and will always be a land of contrasts.
Teleworkers are often happier in their jobs, more productive and more motivated, but at the same time they can feel isolated or disconnected and are potentially harder to imbue with a company culture.
After 21 years as Computer Brokers, the Auckland-based integrator has changed its name and is now known as Lexel Systems.
A Wellington company has once again scooped the top gong at the Microsoft Partner Awards, held in Auckland last night.
Online accounting startup Xero has made a lower than expected loss of $4.31-million in its first full year.