Vocus will emerge as the third largest network operator in NZ and leader in trans-Tasman telecommunications and data centres, says CEO James Spenceley.
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Millbrook Resort says it is first in the country to deploy cloud-based Golf Pilot system
Systems upgrade part of preparations for G20 Leaders Summit in November.
Tait Communications CIO John Emerson discusses why security of information is a prime concern, and where to start to make a difference.
Analyst firm lists the issues and developments that are expected to have the most significant impact on the local ICT market in the next 12 months.
Korunet, relaunched in 2013, is main communication channel for the airline’s 11,000 staff working across multiple geographical locations.
Says assistive technology can benefit not just people with disabilities, but help businesses expand services to wider market.
BAU or transform government with full digitised business models?
Vodafone, Telecom and 2degrees collaborate to make mobiles less attractive to thieves
Signs CoastCom and Tillamook Lightwave for infrastructure and backhaul
Sends engineers to set up an emergency mobile phone network and provides retrospective credit for calls made to the country during the supertyphoon period.
Support for XP ends in less than a year – and upgrades to Windows 7 or 8 will take time, says Microsoft.
Organisations that plan well can adjust to rapid growth in computing capacity without requiring more datacentre floor space, cooling or power, says analyst firm.
Professor Stephen MacDonell, a leading information systems and software engineering researcher, has joined the University of Otago as Professor of Information Science within the Otago Business School. He was previously Director of AUT University’s Software Engineering Research Laboratory.
The war on information security is worsening: organisations are now defending yesterday, while their adversaries are exploiting the threats of tomorrow, according to The Global State of Information Security Survey 2014, conducted by PwC and CIO and CSO magazines.