We are just at the starting point when it comes to price wars between competing global cloud providers and customers will continue to benefit from falling costs, according to Steven Martin, GM for cloud and enterprise at Microsoft.
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Vigil Monitoring, the medical monitoring business that was started by Sir Ray Avery, will launch its first product iteration by the end of the year.
Grow Wellington, the agency that focuses on accelerating economic development in the Wellington region, is finalising a strategy for developing the high tech manufacturing sector in the region.
Christchurch based EstarOnline, which provides ecommerce platform and solutions to Australasian customers, is planning to grow its headcount in New Zealand and Australia.
Business continuity and disaster recovery service providers, Plan B, opened its Tawa, Wellington-based data centre this week. The facility, which will operated under the company's sub-brand of Southern Cross Data Centres (SXDC), will provide co-location and backup services to customers as part of a national network of facilities. If the remaining install goes according to plan, the company plans to go live with services in the data centre by the middle of September.
Gisborne-based Leaderbrand Produce is a proud Kiwi-owned business that has remained family owned and operated since it started in 1975.
Plan B, the business continuity and disaster recovery providers, officially launched its new data centre in Tawa, Wellington today.
Rebranding is never an easy exercise. And when you are trying to do that for an iconic service provider that has been part of the country’s economic fabric for well over two decades, it is akin to a bit of madness.
Mobility, when correctly implemented and controlled, can help organisations improve employee productivity and deliver financial benefits.
NZ headquartered Rocket Lab is building a launch vehicle, called Electron, at a price of less than US$5 million.
Syl Semantics, a natural language-based search technology provider, is looking to enter the US market by early next year.
Newly-appointed NZ CEO of Intergen, Simon Bright, talks about the company’s move away from traditional services to Cloud-based services, its investment in Australia and the ways in which the firm has changed its sales strategy to address disparate decision-making processes and deliver on business-based outcomes in organisations.
New Zealand Technology Industry Association (NZ Tech) conducted its AGM yesterday in Auckland. The AGM brought together vendors and industry stakeholders to discuss progess of NZ Tech and its initiatives. At the end of the AGM, the association facilitated a political panel discussion. It brought together representatives of some of the political parties in the country to discuss their ICT policy and detail the roadmap if they were chosen to lead the country in the next election.
DigiLife, Telecom’s venture to enable smart homes in New Zealand, is targeted for market launch in FY 2015.
Tony Baird, head of networks at Vodafone NZ paints a picture of how the provider's services could improve in the future, and the ways in which the company is working to improve telecommunications skill levels in NZ.