Randal Jackson considers why IT projects can fail as part of a series looking back at major issues covered by Computerworld, to mark the final print edition published Monday July 1, 2013.
Stories by By Randal Jackson
At present, 10 New Zealand companies have contracts related to IT portions of the transformation project.
“Spark has been working to give customers more value in their broadband plans."
"Attackers don’t need to break down the door to a company’s network when the keys are readily available."
Wellington City Council goes on offensive following criticism of its process in naming Australian company TechnologyOne as the preferred vendor for its major technology upgrade project.
Wellington City Council’s response to a number of information requests by IT consultant and commentator Ian Apperley about the Odyssey ICT project seems to raise as many questions as it answers.
Software and services company Enprise Group has acquired the MYOB EXO practice of New Zealand software services company GlobalBizpro Limited.
New Zealand Customs Service has completed the first stage of a project to automate non-production and production environments...
A major row has erupted over the cost of the planned Wellington City Council IT replacement contract, awarded to Australian company TechnologyOne.
"On the one hand, John Key is calling for an inquiry, but Vector chairman Michael Stiassny says that power cuts are a part of life and that Aucklanders should get used to it.”
“It's a spectacular time to be an engineer. People are looking for innovation.”
The Ministry of Health was hit by a variant of the cryptolocker virus this week, that was attached to a link in an email.
“The Government is getting more value from social spending by directing more funding to organisations it can trust."