“Although UFB is the standard in new subdivisions, the rate of penetration in the township’s older suburbs is just as high.”
Stories by James Henderson
With the local healthcare sector under pressure to cut costs and improve services at the point of delivery, mobile technology is playing an important role for healthcare professionals in New Zealand.
CEOs have underlined that growth will be their top business priority for 2016.
Heightened interest in cyber security issues has driven a large increase in the number of small and medium businesses who are becoming more cyber aware.
Telco reveals number of changes to its leadership team.
“Number portability is key to the competition between telecommunications service providers."
“Many AIs struggle with understanding the sometimes conflicting and complex relationship between different kinds of customer interactions, particularly in large volumes."
“New Zealand businesses are already using Alibaba’s channels to sell a wide range of products..."
Businesses that implement automated workforce management systems have access to large amounts of data on employees and business processes.
Coromandel’s Kauaeranga Valley is now utilising the arrival of 4G broadband and mobile coverage under the Government’s Rural Broadband Initiative (RBI).
“The same mistakes keep happening because we aren’t talking to each other about it and what lessons should be learned."
“Cloud is a hot topic, but many local organisations are getting a little too enthusiastic about it.”
“The Government, on behalf of all New Zealanders, has made a huge bet on fibre through UFB, with the full economic benefits set to tally into the tens of billions."
The first six computing degrees to successfully achieve robust accreditation and endorsement by the IT industry have been announced.
“WLAN implementation is an increasingly complex task."