Microsoft Surface repairs now available nationwide in NZ
Broken screens and other minor defects can now be rectified nationwide by repair technicians based in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, and Dunedin.
Mastercard partners with King Kapisi to honour decade-long Kiwi businesses
Mastercard partners with Kiwi music star King Kapisi to reward New Zealand's small businesses operating for over a decade.
NZ Compare Awards celebrates New Zealand service sectors
NZ Compare Awards 2023 honours service sector leaders, spotlighting exceptional broadband, mobile and energy offerings.
Spark to launch satellite-connected cell tower project
Spark and Lynk have begun a NZ project for a network of satellite-connected cell towers, aiming to maintain connectivity during crises.
RedShield bolsters ties with AWS to offer advanced cybersecurity services
RedShield strengthens association with Amazon Web Services (AWS), enhancing cybersecurity solutions and DDoS protection for greater threat management.
Free coding education coming to Kiwis thanks to Grok Academy
Grok Academy and software firm WiseTech Global collaborate, offering New Zealanders free access to extensive coding and web design education from January 2024.
Kiwi firms risk IP loss through unchecked AI use – report
Kiwi companies could lose their intellectual property through unchecked artificial intelligence use, warns Convergence.
Layer3 unveils Secure Anywhere cloud security for NZ small businesses
Layer3 unveils Secure Anywhere, a cloud-based security solution, allowing secure global connectivity for small and medium-sized businesses.
Distie Soft Solutions rebrands to Bluechip Infotech NZ
From November, New Zealand computer products distributor Soft Solutions will rebrand as Bluechip Infotech New Zealand.
4Cabling's Kiwi success with innovative business model
4Cabling's online solutions for cabling and IT management needs are gaining popularity among Kiwi enterprises, says NZ Sales Manager Tym Matagi.
Honeywell and Link Alliance join forces to improve Auckland's public transport
Honeywell is working with Link Alliance to install integrated control system and communications system for Auckland's City Rail Link Project.
CDC opens new Auckland hypercale data centres, more planned
CDC Data Centres has opened its first two hyperscale data centres in Auckland, and unveiled plans for further expansion in Aotearoa.
Garmin expands NZ footprint with new Auckland distribution centre
The facility at Goodman’s Highbrook Business Park will be fully operational from October 2022 and features 3,586sqm of warehouse space.
DCI Data Centers to build 40MW facility in Auckland
DCI Data Centers is set to construct a second data center in Auckland, with the $600m facility expected to be operational in mid-2022.
New e-scooters arrive in Auckland after death of Lime, Wave
Neuron Mobility is one of four e-scooter companies with a licence to deploy across Auckland, bringing 880 bright orange scooters to the streets.
Vector penalised $3.5 million for excessive levels of power outages
Auckland's Vector Limited has been fined $3.575m for excessive power outages, breaching network quality standards.
Auckland now an 'untenable' place to be an SMB
Auckland small businesses face nightmares: NexGen Group cites traffic, costs, funding, and competition woes.
Auckland Armageddon Expo announces gaming companies coming to the event
The Auckland Armageddon Expo is happening again this October and this year promises to bring us a lot of new video gaming content.
IT remains NZ’s highest earning industry as Auckland and Wellington battle for best wages
IT roles filled all of the five highest-paid positions in the second quarter of 2018.
Intelligent transport technology vital in Auckland Transport’s 10-year plan
ITS New Zealand welcomes recognition of technology in Auckland's transport plan, with significant budget allocation for intelligent transport systems and digital solutions to address congestion.
Survey finds sharp decline in Auckland business confidence
1 year ago Auckland businesses were feeling relatively optimistic about the economy, but fast-forward to the present and that has drastically changed.
Tech businesses thriving in Auckland’s North Shore - report
TIN Regional Report results announced, with more regional reports to follow.
Auckland to host international AI conference
More than 500 delegates from around the world are expected to attend the five-day conference.
Auckland iwi uses AR to bring their stories to life
This vision coincided with the emergence of Datacom’s augmented reality practice in Auckland.