US-based investment firm Bridgewest Group has acquired Provoke Solutions, as part of plans to provide “substantial growth capital” for the tech specialists.
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Huawei is seeking clarification following news that the GCSB has blocked proposed plans for Spark to use 5G equipment from the Chinese vendor.
Vodafone has launched two new Internet of Things offerings in New Zealand in a bid to capture growing customer interest in an emerging technology market.
Consegna has achieved government competency status on AWS in New Zealand, allowing the start-up to provide critical workloads and applications.
Auckland Council has unveiled plans to leverage real-time data through a Smart Growth Portal, powered by The Instillery in partnership with AWS.
Plan B Group has appointed Frazer Scott as CEO, as the technology provider enters a new phase of growth in New Zealand.
Intergen has been awarded 2018 Country Partner of the Year in New Zealand by Microsoft, with the Wellington specialists honoured among a global field of providers.
The Instillery has joined forces with Vo2 Group in New Zealand, in a merger designed to drive wider adoption of cloud technologies across the country.
Vodafone has reached an agreement with TeamTalk to buy the remaining 30 per cent stake in BayCity Communications, trading as Farmside, for $3 million.
A total of 63,724 people in New Zealand may have been impacted by the Cambridge Analytica data breach, according to the Office of the Privacy Commissioner.
In a country inspired by innovation and dominated by disruptive thinking, market differentiation represents a challenging undertaking for Kiwi businesses.
Origin has launched a dedicated IT security practice targeting mid-market and enterprise businesses, leveraging specialist subsidiary Optinet.
Frazer Scott has announced his intention to leave Microsoft, after more than 15 years with the tech giant.
Origin IT spin-off aims to service IT needs of struggling small business owners.
Telco reveals plans to acquire 100 per cent of TeamTalk shares at a price of NZ$0.80 per share.