New Zealand’s Institute of IT Professionals (IITP) has joined Microsoft and Google in criticising the Telecommunications (Interception and Security) Bill.
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New Zealanders are woefully slow on Ultra Fast Broadband uptake, according to the world's first connectivity professor, Darl Kolb.
Wellington managed services provider LAN Tech has shrugged off the 6.5 earthquake that struck the city on Sunday at 5.09pm.
Government agency, Statistics New Zealand, has issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) calling for business intelligence solutions that will help provide a more efficient way to present the country’s statistics as a business service.
Sales of 3D printers have doubled for an Auckland-based distributor since a story about making all-plastic guns hit the headlines in May.
There is a growing business in recycling old or busted mobile phones for their spare parts and the milligrams of gold, palladium, silver, copper and lithium they contain.
Huawei dealers are keeping schtum on recent spying claims involving the Chinese-owned company. The New Zealand government came under fire recently for allowing Huawei to become involved in the roll out of the UFB project in New Zealand after Australia, and the USA has banned Huawei from bidding on certain contracts in those counties because of fears that Huawei is linked to spying activity relating to its company directors’ military backgrounds.
A major obstacle to overseas cloud computing could be removed as the Inland Revenue Department is working towards developing guidelines for offshore cloud service users.
The iPad has been hailed as a cure to many things but now it can probably claim to have saved lives.
Vodafone NZ is market testing a 3G wireless router with a few selected customers which is capable of supporting VoIP phones.