“We hope this is a trigger for internet service providers who are yet to support DNSSEC."
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Fixed wireless technology is connecting more kiwi communities to better broadband at accessible prices.
“Retailers can use cloud based services like Google for Work and Amazon Web Services (AWS), to support their strategy to manage consumer demands."
The Commerce Commission has released its latest annual telecommunications monitoring report analysing the state of New Zealand’s telecommunications markets.
The Commerce Commission files court proceedings against Vodafone New Zealand.
Budget 2016 has allocated $22.2 million to establish a national Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) to help business understand and respond to cyber threats.
Budget 2016 is an encouraging boost for technology, New Zealand’s fastest growing industry, according to NZTech CEO Graeme Muller.
Services-related opportunity will account for more than half of all big data and business analytics revenue.
Replace yesterday’s gut feeling with a data-driven marketing culture where decisions are made based on fact and insight.
Waikato DHB has launched a new service allowing patients talk to their hospital doctor over their smart phone from home rather than having to travel to an outpatient appointment.
Concern is mounting for New Zealanders’ privacy rights as the Government signals Customs will have the power to inspect electronic devices coming across the border.
Security is one of the most important technology investments businesses can make yet recent research indicates this is not always the case.
Vista Group was the big winner at the 2016 Hi-Tech Awards gala dinner in Auckland, claiming the PwC Hi-Tech Company of the Year category.
Kiwis are more worried about government agencies sharing their social media records than their credit history.
As business investment in smart machines grows, “robobosses” will increasingly make workplace decisions that previously could only have been made by human managers.