Wellington City Council has gone to market to seek advice on how the council’s 120 IT systems can be reduced in number with the hope of saving $10 million a year.
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Around 50 Systems and Technology Group jobs at IBM have gone in Australia, with many others to be moved to Lenovo, says an IBM source who asked to remain anonymous.
More than a third of New Zealand businesses had been victims of fraud in the past two years, according to PwC’s 2014 Global Economic Crime Survey.
Gen-i has dumped two of its mobile technology suppliers as it plans to launch a portal service.
The Ministry of Education has appointed Stuart Wakefield as its chief information officer.
New Zealanders are increasingly using government online services, as measurede by Better Public Services.
UXC's Red Rock Consulting will have its contract with the Ministry of Health extended by three years, says the board director of National Health IT Board, Graeme Osborne.
A new, comprehensive set of standards for mobile banking is about to be rolled out by Payments NZ.
As many as 6000 customers may have been affected when Kiwibank had a problem on Sunday that affected some ATM and EFTPOS transactions.
Sunday shoppers who attempted to use their Kiwibank ATM cards were likely to have had no access to their money.
A $30 million contract with Assurity Consulting is an example of a growing number of opportunities for New Zealand companies in the wider sector, says Inland Revenue Minister Todd McClay.
Technology sales to small and medium businesses (SMBs) in Wellington have taken off, says Enprise Solutions Mark Loveys.
New Zealand telematics company International Telematics (ITL) and Gen-i have signed a partnership deal under which ITL will use the Telecom mobile network for its fleet management solutions.
After functioning without an independent chair since last May, the Telecom Carriers Forum should complete a strategic review of its operations by April, opening the way for a new appointment.
The Techtonics Group has appointed Garth Biggs to its board.