The KAREN research network faces significant funding problems, according to briefings prepared for incoming ministers, The briefings also flag further issues with health sector ICT.
Stories by Computerworld New Zealand staff
Google Monday launched Street View on Google Maps in New Zealand. Street View lets users view and navigate 360 degree street-level imagery of local cities, towns, regions and remote areas.
Email and web security software company Marshal is to merge with 8e6 Technologies, a US-based developer of web filtering appliances and technology,
The latest OECD report on broadband services shows broadband penetration is growing, but New Zealand's ranking remains unchanged.
The Auckland region has been granted NZ$2 million (US$2.9 million) to help grow its digital content sector.
Submissions to the governments review of digital broadcasting were released online yesterday, highlighting a series of issues which will keep government and regulators busy over the next few years.
Sales from New Zealand's information and communication technology industry increased 3.3% to NZ$18.2 billion (US$14.3 billion) in the 2007 financial year, Statistics New Zealand says, a growth-rate well down on the previous year.
Kordia has signed a memorandum of understanding with Australia's Pipe Networks to build a new, private fiber-optic cable that will link New Zealand and Australia.
ICT-NZ, the proposed new ICT industry representative body, has closed its doors.
The State Services Commission's e-government unit has divested itself of yet another function, shifting development of trusted computing and digital rights management standards to Archives New Zealand.
A new passport system is in the making that will validate passport data in real-time and ease the passage of international travellers through customs checks.
AUCKLAND (11/21/2003) - New Zealand has been placed well down the rankings in an International Telecommunication Union (ITU) index that measures access to information and communication technology (ICT).