"Attackers don’t need to break down the door to a company’s network when the keys are readily available."
Stories by By Randal Jackson
No, it's not a vast illegal conspiracy but another hackathon where all comers with an interest in hacking open government data...
Greater use of digital services is seen as a key enabler in reducing business' costs of dealing with the Government by 25% within two years.
One of the world's biggest providers of software testing tools, Inflectra, has entered into a partnership with a Wellington company.
As a global manufacturer Fisher & Paykel Appliances needed its business processes to be transferable and understood across multiple sites around the world.
“We can hire a developer for $500 a month. That's hugely less than you have to pay in New Zealand."
“Over the past decade, contractors with mixed fleets have been increasingly limited in their use of telematics by the fractured nature of the reporting."
“I've visited four customers so far and two have already deployed. The other two are working toward deployment. There's been a really exciting reaction."
Wellington City Council goes on offensive following criticism of its process in naming Australian company TechnologyOne as the preferred vendor for its major technology upgrade project.
Radio microphone users will not be permitted to operate their equipment in the 698-806MHz frequency range as early as next month...
Wellington City Council’s response to a number of information requests by IT consultant and commentator Ian Apperley about the Odyssey ICT project seems to raise as many questions as it answers.
Software and services company Enprise Group has acquired the MYOB EXO practice of New Zealand software services company GlobalBizpro Limited.
"It became clear the benefits in moving to a single brand in New Zealand sooner rather than later outweigh any possible downsides."
Listed Australian company TechnologyOne, which has been named as preferred supplier for Wellington City Council's IT procurement process, has acquired ICON software.
New Zealand Customs Service has completed the first stage of a project to automate non-production and production environments...