With less than a month to go for the close of the initial offer of public shares, Punakaiki Fund founders are counting on a last minute increase in applications to reach the target amount of $20 million.
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Andrew Cashmore has been appointed as Adobe’s new enterprise business development manager in New Zealand.
Quid, an intelligence mapping provider, is looking to grow its talent base, and Kiwis make a great addition to the team, according to Gourley.
The New Zealand government should spend more money on cyber security and building awareness around it than it is doing currently. However, such spend should be validated only after an accurate assessment of the costs of security lapses to the New Zealand economy.
Bonuses and benefits to attract and keep IT staff is prevalent in New Zealand with about 28 per cent of professionals getting cash rewards.
New Zealand is one of the top-most adopters of the Windows Azure platform among independent software vendors (ISVs), and if indications are anything to go by, it might soon be one of the top enterprise adopters of the platform as well.
The auction conditions include requirements for mobile network operators to upgrade their existing rural cell sites to 4G capability within five years, and for successful bidders to continue expanding cellular coverage.
Communications and Information Technology Minister Amy Adams will leave tonight for the United States to support NZ technology companies.
Corys Electrical, one of New Zealand’s leading electrical products distributors, has awarded Gen-i a five-year contract to deliver a wide range of telecommunications and IT services.
The New Zealand Ministry of Health has implemented a new software platform from IBM to support the personalised health records of all patients throughout New Zealand. Known as the Health Identity Programme, the platform aims to improve the quality and availability of accessible health information for providers, such as District Hospital Boards (DHBs), general practitioners (GPs) and pharmacists.