Utility companies that use Wellington city's trolley bus overhead infrastructure have yet to receive any information about future use when the Greater Wellington Regional Council discontinues trolley bus services in 2017.
Stories by Randal Jackson
Australian identity and access management company First Point Global will look to hire engineering staff in New Zealand for its new Auckland operation.
Research commissioned by Unisys shows New Zealand enterprises are less mature in using mobility to drive tangible business returns. The majority are focused in using mobility for internal business processes.
The Central Agencies Shared Services (CASS) has not used the most effective framework for understanding the current state of ICT maturity of the central government agencies, according to the Office of the Auditor General (OAG) in its overview of CASS.
Stellar Library, a cloud-based content management system for iPads, is attracting wide interest both in New Zealand and overseas, with already having more than 20 customers since the first version was released last year.
New Zealand personal cloud software start-up MyWave has been cited as a leading proponent of personal information management services (PIMS) in a new UK market report.
When Microsoft stopped supporting the XP operating system on April 8 after years of forewarning, many government agencies took the option of paying for extended security support.
A recent announcement by Civil Defence Minister Nikki Kaye of $250,000 to develop a business case for the possible introduction of a telecommunications-based public alerting system raised a few eyebrows in the industry.
Wynyard Group has launched its Digital Evidence Investigator software to help law enforcement and border control agencies process and analyse complex digital evidence from mobile phones, laptops and other storage devices.
The Government chief information officer is tendering for more suppliers to join a professional security services panel to help agencies manage privacy and security issues.
Wynyard Group has launched an advanced risk management and compliance software solution specifically designed to help New Zealand government departments comply with the New Zealand Information Security Manual (NZISM).
Christchurch electrical goods wholesaler R Redpath Limited has taken advantage of CodeBlue's new layered security service as part of a major upgrade of its IT systems.
Late last year a Singapore-based company, Kacific Broadband Satellites, announced plans to launch a Ka Band High Throughput Satellite (HTS) to provide enhanced broadband to 40 million people in the Pacific, including New Zealand.
Consumers are getting more telecommunications services for less cost, according to the Commerce Commission's latest annual telecommunications monitoring report analysing the state of New Zealand’s telecommunications markets.
The Commerce Commission has launched a new website for the construction industry to help industry members increase their understanding of competition and consumer laws so they can improve their compliance and address issues around possible price fixing.