Microsoft kicked off its annual TechEd in New Zealand with three keynotes at Auckland’s Vector Arena yesterday evening.
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We are just at the starting point when it comes to price wars between competing global cloud providers and customers will continue to benefit from falling costs, according to Steven Martin, GM for cloud and enterprise at Microsoft.
Business continuity and disaster recovery service providers, Plan B, opened its Tawa, Wellington-based data centre this week. The facility, which will operated under the company's sub-brand of Southern Cross Data Centres (SXDC), will provide co-location and backup services to customers as part of a national network of facilities. If the remaining install goes according to plan, the company plans to go live with services in the data centre by the middle of September.
Plan B, the business continuity and disaster recovery providers, officially launched its new data centre in Tawa, Wellington today.
Telecom has confirmed today that it will be launching its internet TV business, called Lightbox, in the next few weeks, with about 5,000 hours of content. This will include exclusive television series and a range of back-catalogues of TV shows.
The New Zealand Data Futures Forum (NZDFF) brought together a select group of stakeholders in Auckland today to consider the implications of big data and its usage for the public and private sectors in the country.
Christchurch's new Innovation Precinct will play host to Vodafone New Zealand's $50 million South Island heaquarters.
Ritchies, one of NZ’s largest privately owned bus and coach fleet, is rolling out Eroad’s electronic road user charges solution.
Telecom has been granted clearance by the Commerce Commission to acquire the management rights for the final block of 5MHz radio spectrum in the 700MHz range.
Vodafone has launched a new roaming service by which Kiwis travelling to 17 destination countries will be able to text, call and use data on their local plan rates for a fixed daily rate of $5.
Telecom, working with Huawei, has enabled carrier aggregation on six of its 4G mobile sites in central Auckland today.
If all goes to plan, the NZX growth market, a new market for growing companies, will launch mid-year.
The majority of New Zealanders are equally concerned about data security, regardless of whether information is stored within the national borders or overseas, a Unisys survey has found.
The NZ Hi-Tech Awards 2014 finalists were announced at three simultaenous events conducted at Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch, yesterday evening.
At three simultaneous events held in Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington, the NZ Hi-Tech Awards 2014 finalists were announced yesterday evening.