Auckland-based Journey Digital opens office in London
“The majority of our revenue comes from the Northern Hemisphere, so with demand and the growth of our clients living and working up over there, it made sense for us to be closer to them."
Gartner predicts boom in hyperautomation technologies
Core telecommunications services to keep being regulated to protect consumers
Teradata expands data analytics offerings on Google Cloud
Workday cloud financial management expertise recognised in Gartner MQ
How managing Microsoft Surface devices with Cyclone can maximise ROI
HPE Storage hones in on cloud-native, software-defined data services
Uptick in cloud-based identity and access management in enterprises - survey
The popularity of cloud-based identity and access management (IAM) adoption in enterprises is on the rise.
Virtual Blue wins APAC award at Blue Prism Partner Excellence Awards
“Congratulations to Virtual Blue for showing us what’s possible and for making Blue Prism truly the sum of our parts."
Organisations turn to zero trust to support remote workforce - Citrix survey
“Employee experience is critical to delivering business innovation and growth, and security must support it.”
University of Auckland selects AWS as strategic cloud provider
UoA will leverage AWS cloud to drive its digital transformation and enhance student engagement during online learning, which has been accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The three key areas to make businesses battle-ready in 2021
Focusing on these three areas will help businesses position themselves to take full advantage of the opportunities they see without incurring undue risk.
Healthcare leaders opt for 'pragmatic' approach to care as DX falls behind
"While crisis response will continue to be a priority for many healthcare leaders in the months ahead, it is important that they look to the future too."
Business leaders failing to use data for critical business decisions
"In trying to manage data, all companies are creating digital landfills of corporate information. This has to change."
Is fraud prevention costing e-commerce more than fraud itself?
By investing in advanced tools that access huge datasets, merchants get a better picture of what ‘good’ customers look like, meaning fewer are declined.
Fastly launches storage solution on flagship edge cloud platform
Nearline Cache was built within Compute@Edge to enable customers to innovate at scale, and to the global scale and high performance.
Jamf rolls out same-day support for new Apple OS rollouts
“Organisations should not be limited in their ability to deploy the latest Apple technology based on what their vendors can support.”
Four things organisations must consider when testing AI
Decision-makers and IT leaders must consider the role MLOps will play in their business, writes Micro Focus business consultant Matthew Bertram.
How MSPs can unlock value for CFOs
The path to reinvention can be achieved through a managed services approach, minimising disruption associated with both anticipated and unanticipated change.
8x8 announces updates to its cloud communications platform
Cloud communications platform provider 8x8 has announced upgrades to its contact centre, voice communications, chat and meetings.
Standardisation versus specialisation: transforming the way business integrates data
Enterprises now have a vast amount of choice in terms of cloud platforms. But should they take a standardised approach to adoption, or a specialised one?
Vodafone guilty of nine breaches of Fair Trading Act
In a ruling from the Auckland District Court last week, Vodafone NZ was guilty of being 'liable to mislead' consumers about the nature of its FibreX service.
Juniper Networks Australia posts modest profit in 2020
The company also acknowledges the negative impact of COVID-19 on its operations.
How machine learning is powering the cognitive search for COVID answers
“I just wanted to find a source of information I could trust," says Jennifer Marsman.
Jabra announces two new additions to PanaCast camera range
The new lineup includes the PanaCast 50 intelligent video bar and the PanaCast 20 intelligent personal camera.
Prismatic completes $3.25 million seed funding round
Prismatic has raised $3.25 million in seed funding, and states the investment will help to propel growth and empower B2B software companies.
Huawei calls for closer public-private sector action to restore trust in technology
Huawei is calling for better collaboration between the public and private sectors in a bid to restore trust in technology.
2degrees reports record annual revenue
Growth in new broadband and mobile customer numbers has helped 2degrees to record high revenue and earnings for the financial year.
Kordia acquires Auckland-based managed IT firm Base2
Kordia Group CEO Shaun Rendell says it's a natural progression of the company’s services as IT and telecommunications converge.
Interview: Harnessing business agility post-pandemic
We spoke to Appnovation's Andrew Wong, who explains why businesses should continue prioritising an agile strategy, as opposed to reverting to old ways.
Data and analytics professionals leading DX initiatives
“The results indicate that more organisations now understand the synergy between building a data-driven business and leading digital transformation."
Getac updates rugged K120 tablet for businesses in 'challenging' industries
The K120 now features an 11th generation Intel quad-core processor (i5 or i7), as well as Iris Xe graphics, 16GB memory, and more.
Oracle Cloud selected to provide infrastructure for Premier League football
The league is deploying Oracle’s cloud, analytics and machine learning technologies to power in-match statistics that complement live action on the pitch.
Artificial intelligence top priority for organisations, but challenges remain
"There is no doubt that there is light at the end of the challenge-filled tunnel, and significant potential to generate even more meaningful and incredible outcomes than we have seen so far."
76 breaches reported in first four months of revamped Privacy Act
Barely four months since the Privacy Act 2020 came into force, early indications appear to suggest that mandatory breach reporting regulations are working.
Jitterbit launches partner & customer marketplace for API integration
"We want our ecosystem to build on top of our platform and create repeatable integrations that benefit end users."
Marqeta and Afterpay innovate payments experience for A/NZ
Marqeta has partnered with Afterpay to issue virtual cards as part of its in-store solution in the Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ) market.
Red Hat modernises telecommunications for HKT, Samsung
CSPs now need to provide modern networks that work across every industry if they are to survive in a competitive and evolving marketplace.
Hybrid cloud must evolve to reach true digital transformation promise
"The industry clearly understands the value that hybrid cloud plays in digital transformation, especially around the importance of areas like self-service IT, automation, and cost optimisation."
The sky’s the limit: Serko & Booking.com bring corporate travel to life
With travel comes the requirement for flights, rental cars, and hotels. Behind all of that is a Kiwi success story by the name of Serko.
Xero draws massive profits in pandemic
A solid rebound from the pandemic has delivered a strong lift in profits for accounting software firm Xero.
Delivering a successful cloud migration
By choosing the right migration from the outset through developing KPIs and planning for migration, companies are setting themselves up for success.
A/NZ vendors respond to Australian govt budget announcement
The initiative around tech growth and investment in the budget presents a robust start on a longer term need to support the development and adoption of technology.
AWS opens new office in Auckland's Commercial Bay
Accompanying the move is a commitment to investing in New Zealand customers and partners.
Why taking a DevOps approach to network performance can improve application experience
By adopting a DevOps approach to their work, IT teams can achieve better optimised applications and consistent, reliable performance for end users.
New research on how COVID-19 is boosting digital transformation
There has been a major overhaul of IT strategies to meet challenges emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to new research.