"This seems a smart call by M2, although the wild card factor here will be the reactions of Kiwi customers to the overseas ownership and call centre support."
Stories by Edited by James Henderson
All too often, changes to tax legislation happen at a glacial pace in this country.
27018. These five numbers might not seem immediately familiar or relevant to you. This is a big deal, and I’ll tell you why.
Dimension Data New Zealand outlines the five stages for cloud maturity or readiness for Kiwi organisations across the country.
Why organisations should welcome the arrival of Samsung in the business space as an additional global provider of quality B2B2C solutions.
In 1964, The New Statesman coined the term Information Explosion to describe the deluge of paper-based data, and the problems that created.
"I see the term “challenger brand” thrown around a lot, and I found myself wishing that 2degrees had sought to be a challenger in the wholesale business market."
What is going to happen in the digital landscape and who will win?
Many of the challenges of running a top Formula One team will be familiar to business leaders that operate their own organisations far from the high-octane world of F1 racing.
As cyber attacks and data breaches are surfacing on a daily basis, New Zealand businesses are looking for ways to mitigate the risk associated with these events.
In New Zealand, what does "tough" mean in the digital age?
“Server upgrades are more complex than end user operating system upgrades, so while you might have ‘got away with’ a reactive response to moving away from Windows XP, the risks are far too high for servers.”
His ’reality distortion field’, in other words his ability to bring people round to his way of thinking, is well known and admired.
“A traditional view holds that information technologists generate way too much jargon but I think we have flipped to the exact opposite problem.”
Kiwi organisations must adopt multi-layered DDoS protection solutions, using on-premise equipment coupled with cloud-based services.