Australian technology services company, UXC, has purchased SAP services company Oxygen, a division of New Zealand-based Carter Holt Harvey.
Stories by Ulrika Hedquist
One of New Zealand software’s success stories, Marshal Software, is coming home.
The Privacy commissioner has created a technology team to help tackle problems arising from the rapid growth in data matching.
In June, Computer Associates bought IT project and portfolio specialist Niku, thus taking over Niku’s flagship product, Clarity, which is now being launched in New Zealand.
Professional services firm KPMG's global IT project management survey reveals that nearly half of respondents experienced at least one project failure in the past year.
The New Zealand institute is urging local businesses to turn to ICT to improve productivity and economic growth.
Ten minutes after the box arrived, I had (all by myself) unpacked and set up the computer, got it going, taken a photo of myself and emailed that photo to my geek partner, saying: “Look, I’ve got an iMac G5 to test.” And I’m only a mere journalist.
Who should have the over the internet? The battle continued at the second WSIS (World Summit on the Information Society) held in Tunis last week, and two New Zealanders who are closely involved have plenty to say.
Worms and viruses are becoming more pervasive, but surprisingly they are no longer the main concern of IT managers. For the first time compliance with regulations has become the number one issue for information security, according to an annual global information security survey by professional services provider Ernst & Young.
Acer has leap-frogged over Toshiba to take second place in New Zealand laptop sales according to IDC New Zealand.