"Semiconductor revenue set an all-time record in the third quarter of 2014, fuelled by a strong electronics build for the holiday season."
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As parts of Auckland wake up to a second day without power, telco giants Vodafone, Spark and 2Degrees continue to restore coverage to affected customers.
"Is it really necessary to pay CEOs many times more than John Key is paid? I find that hard to justify and I believe most New Zealanders do too.”
"I have a commitment to increased alignment between talent development within our education institutes and future opportunities and ICT industry needs."
A lot can happen in ten minutes, just ask Dane Coles who thought he’d sealed another All Blacks win in Johannesburg on Sunday.
“Technology can be a major differentiator for your business, but the challenge is how to get there.'
“These grants are helping a large number of innovative companies that produce world-leading, high-value products and high-quality jobs..."
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“This is a real sign of confidence from the New Zealand Government that Serko is a growth company poised to deliver on the global stage."
“Make your mark in New York and you are a made man,” once wrote the late Mark Twain.
Microsoft New Zealand has announced that the next major updates to its flagship ERP solution, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3, is now available in New Zealand.
The task of integrating applications is increasingly moving from IT to line of business (LOB) managers.
The majority of New Zealand’s operators are happy with their work/life balance, but many will experience ups and downs over the course of their business life.
Microsoft has unveiled its next Windows operating system, Windows 10, while also providing a first look at an early technical preview for the PC available October 1.
New Zealanders are increasingly using tablets or smartphones to purchase a wide range of goods, content and services, including physical goods, travel, insurance, cinema tickets, music, news and e-books.