Eighteen months ago New Zealand’s second-largest power company, Powerco, went though an almost complete ICT infrastructure upgrade. It has seen Oracle almost totally eliminated from the business in favour of Microsoft’s SQL Server, virtualisation introduced, old kit replaced with HP blade servers and the consolidation of 47 Citrix servers down almost to half that number.
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ISoft has introduced its next-generation e-health solution to the New Zealand market, claiming that it is the answer to the problems of integration and interoperability.
TelstraClear and Vodafone have knocked Telecom's Gen-i out of a major mobile and data deal worth millions.
Auckland’s smartcard-based integrated ticketing project is shaping up to cost over $100 million, including operating costs for the first ten years.
Customer relationship management vendor StayinFront has failed in an application to the Employment Court in Auckland to have amended personal grievance claims by two former employees struck out.
The 2008 Budget, to be released on May 22, is expected to deliver new investment for health sector ICT, and also new levels of centralised control over District Health Board ICT.
Tokelau, still technically a New Zealand territory, has been named as having the riskiest internet domain in the world by security company McAfee.
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