A major row has erupted over the cost of the planned Wellington City Council IT replacement contract, awarded to Australian company TechnologyOne.
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“With no policy or legislative changes, it has been estimated that the project could be restarted and completed in six to nine months, depending on resource availability and priority against other projects."
“It's a bit like an old-fashioned table mortgage. It was a standard method.”
When customers worldwide are clamouring for technology before its official launch, something is usually in the wind.
“We've got a strong New Zealand history and not the same track record in Australia."
The Government-backed secure identity service, RealMe, has new opposition....
"On the one hand, John Key is calling for an inquiry, but Vector chairman Michael Stiassny says that power cuts are a part of life and that Aucklanders should get used to it.”
“It's a spectacular time to be an engineer. People are looking for innovation.”
The Department of Conservation is evaluating using Amazon's web services for two of its major databases.
Wellington’s first Civic Hackathon was held over the weekend of November 1 and 2.
Local councils throughout New Zealand can now get free access to a new online library that allows them to share their process knowledge and experience with other councils.
“One of the major benefits of our cloud service is that we can offer both global scale and local delivery."
The Ministry of Health was hit by a variant of the cryptolocker virus this week, that was attached to a link in an email.
“We wanted a more agile platform that supported mobile..."
Wellington's first-time civic Hackathon will take place in the suburb of Miramar on November 1 and 2.