Stories by Ulrika Hedquist
What are employers looking for in graduates? Computerworld asked leading employers in the industry what backgrounds and skills they are seeking when hiring a graduate, and if there is a preferred degree.
Demand for iPads is “absolutely” growing, says Werner Marx of the Technology Centre in Tauranga. The Technology Centre supplies to the education, legal and medical sector, as well as SMBs and corporates, he says.
Ulrika Hedquist talks to three New Zealand organisations about their use of videoconferencing
Whether organisations opt for an on-premise or cloud solution, analysts from both Gartner and IDC agree the CRM systems market continues to be buoyant.
According to IT analysts, the CRM systems market is buoyant, providing a raft of solutions for organisations looking to upgrade. In this article Computerworld looks at two very different CRM implementations.
Auckland council’s top executives deny the announcement it will need to spend an estimated $500 million on IT systems in the next 10 years, amounts to a budget blowout.
Auckland-based Blitz Research has released Monkey – a new programming language that allows users to easily create apps on multiple platforms.
Three years ago, PowerbyProxi was a three-man start-up based in The Icehouse, the University of Auckland’s business incubator. It was founded in 2007 by Bachelor of Commerce and Engineering graduate Fady Mishriki together with seasoned entrepreneur Greg Cross.
According to recent research commissioned by Microsoft, New Zealand organisations here are among the most knowledgeable in the Asia-Pacific region when it comes to cloud computing.
Location-based mobile services is not a new phenomenon, but Look Here’s technology takes the user beyond your traditional points-of-interest, claims its founder Roy Davies.
Getting a front page spot on the Apple app store catapulted the fledgling start up to Snapr to worldwide recognition, with the result being tens of thousands of downloads of its geo-tagged mobile application.
In the ultra-modern Ironbank building in Karangahape Road, business partners Mitch Olson and Darren Green are busy managing a virtual world.
All five finalists in the company of the decade category in this year’s Hi-Tech Awards are Auckland-based – Rakon, Endace, Orion Health, Datacom (established in Christchurch) and Fisher & Paykel Healthcare.