News

  • 2degrees 2G 2go

    2degrees has announced it will shut down its 2G mobile network in March 2018.

    15 Sept. 17 13:26 Written by Stuart Corner
  • Sky gets into IPTV with help from Cisco

    Sky is planning to introduce multiscreen IPTV experiences using a cloud-based SaaS delivery model based on the Cisco Infinite Video Platform that will enable its subscribers to watch Sky TV programmes on their phones, tablets and Internet connected set-top boxes/receivers.

    15 Sept. 17 12:24 Written by Stuart Corner
  • Online is the most complained about sales channel

    Online sites were the sales channel most complained about by New Zealanders in the past year, accounting for 42 percent of the total, with the bulk of complained about sites (85 percent) being NZ based, according to figures released by the Commerce Commission.

    14 Sept. 17 15:21 Written by Stuart Corner
  • Push for legislation to keep ewaste out of landfill

    The eDay Trust has released an eWaste Manifesto that calls on all political parties to support a strong and sustainable plan for reduce the amount of electronic waste ending up in landfill.

    13 Sept. 17 11:02 Written by Stuart Corner
  • Kordia takes RedShield security service to Australia

    Kordia, which has exclusive New Zealand and Australian distribution rights to security technology developed by Wellington based RedShield, has hired staff in Australia to market RedShield security services and is looking for channel partners.

    13 Sept. 17 11:00 Written by Stuart Corner
  • Manuka Health goes Dynamics 365 for ERP

    Manuka Health, a manufacturer of natural healthcare products, is replacing its legacy ERP system with Microsoft Dynamics 365 to enable its 140 employees to have anytime, anywhere access to information and real-time decision support.

    13 Sept. 17 10:57 Written by Stuart Corner
  • Palmerston North Council deploys Nutanix

    Palmerston North City Council has initiated a hybrid cloud strategy using hyperconverged IT infrastructure from Nutanix that, according to Nutanix, will reduce its outage risk and improve the digital services it provides to its 90,000 citizens.

    12 Sept. 17 13:23 Written by Stuart Corner
  • nib chatbot offers advice on health insurance

    nib says it has become the first health insurer in New Zealand to offer customer assistance from an artificial intelligence powered virtual consultant, aka chatbot.

    12 Sept. 17 08:55 Written by Stuart Corner
  • Vodafone gives up on email

    Vodafone has announced that it is shutting down its consumer email services

    11 Sept. 17 09:26 Written by Stuart Corner
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