The business arm of Christchurch-based service provider Snap aims to make the revenue share from the North Island around 50 per cent of the national total in three year’s time.
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The Norton Report 2013 states that the total cost of cybercrime in New Zealand has fallen to NZ$152 million from NZ$462 million in 2012, even as one million Kiwis became cybercrime victims compared to 900,000 in 2012.
Fastway Couriers has extended its current contract with Gen-i by five years. The deal comprises ongoing provision of the company’s fixed voice and mobile services and Internet services for its global network.
Kids who use technology to track their finances have a better understanding of the value of money than those who don’t, according to the Westpac NZ Kids and Money Report.
The National Institute for Health Innovation (NIHI) at the University of Auckland will be conducting a symposium on the opportunities and challenges of dealing with big data in healthcare institutions in the country at the end of the month.
McKesson NZ, a wholly owned subsidiary of McKesson Corporation, will be taking over management and support of NZ hospitals running ANSOS OneStaff from Medibank.
Network for Learning (N4L) has announced the names of more than 20 schools in New Zealand that will be transitioned to its managed network in 2013.
Unisys has launched Stealth for Mobile, part of the company's Stealth suite of security products, to tap into the growing BYOD trend among enterprises.
Today's technological advancements and hardware need more and more of rare earth elements (REE), which could become increasingly difficult to extract.
Telecom is set to launch its 4G network on 12 November in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. The network will be available to both prepaid and monthly-pay customers on Telecom’s current plans at no extra cost.
A large number of Kiwis have identified technology as one of the reasons they are doing more work.
NZ based ISP Snap has extended its ultra-fast broadband (UFB) to nearly 70,000 central North Island homes and businesses.
New Zealand firms need to carefully plan and manage their operating system upgrades, particularly as many organisations seek to move off Windows XP before support from Microsoft ends in April 2014.
Global fraudsters will choose attack weapons based on the level of security they are likely to encounter
Telecom New Zealand, which has been in the process of transforming selected public phone boxes into Wi-Fi hotspots, will have 700 of them live by October 7, with 2000 hotspots expected to be live by mid 2014.