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UPDATED: Kiwi companies take honours at Lenovo awards
Kiwi companies take several top regional awards at the PC vendor's partner awards...
World beating NZ IT providers bag global awards
Auckland-based Kinetics Group is a global winner after taking out a supreme award for Small Business Partner of the Year at the annual Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference, while Datacom won the Country Partner of the Year award for New Zealand.
Datacom demand triggers datacentre expansion
Market demand means Datacom is making plans to expand the recently opened Hamilton datacentre.
Microsoft's Partner Awards winners announced
Gen-i and Dimension Data led the pack at Microsoft’s 2012 New Zealand Partner Awards.
Government Novopay contract continues despite issues
Australian payroll provider Talent2 keeps $105 million 10 year Novopay contract as switching back to Datacom, simply exchanged one set of risks for another.
Datacom sells Asian call centres in A$20M deal
NZ multi-national information tech firm is selling its "mature" Asian call centre operations to a Cincinnati-based global operator, Convergys.
Govt reactivates pre-Novopay pay provider as problems persist
The government is reactivating its relationship with Datacom, the New Zealand firm that managed teacher payrolls before they were switched to the glitch-plagued Novopay system last year.
Data centres: Powering your digital life
In the cloud computing era, the data centre has never been more relevant.
Datacom sees no strategy change
Wellington-based IT services firm doesn't envisage any change in its direction after 35 percent shareholder sale.
NZ Superannuation Fund buys 35% stake in Datacom
Conditional agreement reached to purchase New Zealand Post’s 35% stake in technology services company for $142 million.
Who you should know: Rhys Taylor - Aerohive
We introduce Rhys Taylor in his new role with wireless access point hardware manufacturer, Aerohive. This is the first in our series in who to know.
NZ IT Services market hits growth rate high
Local IT services market grew 4.4% year-on-year during 2012, the first rise since the global financial crisis.
First ever Telework Week launched in NZ
Amy Adams launched New Zealand’s first ever Telework Week, highlighting the social, economic and environmental benefits of working from home.
NZ's $8 billion tech sector continues growth
Latest report finds high-tech companies have continued to increased exports, investment in research and development, and additions of staff despite global economic challenges.
Kordia and Orcon to merge under Bartlett
Scott Barlett will head Kordia New Zealand as both companies combine to strengthen growth.
Datacom puts on a roof shout for ‘Kapua’
Later today Datacom staff and the onsite construction teams will get together for a ‘roof shout’ to celebrate the company's under construction $30 million data centre.
EVOLVE.Cloud conference comes to Wellington
Cloud security experts Trend Micro are hosting a conference in Wellington, offering advice on securing cloud computing.
Wake up to the shake up: Part 3
There are some serious challenges ahead for the channel in disaster recovery and business continuity, as Keith Newman discovers in our four-part feature.
Innovations in Payroll
Kevin Murphy examines innovation in payroll processing and how the payroll industry has kept pace with changes in IT while continuing to add value to clients.
EVOLVE.Cloud computing conference heads to Auckland
Cloud security experts Trend Micro are hosting a conference in Auckland next week, offering advice on cloud computing across the ANZ region.
TelstraClear sale: what the CEOs say
Russell Stanners and Allan Freeth talk up companies' complementary qualities; so what does acting Telecom boss Chris Quin have to say?
Management shuffle at WorldxChange
Who’s in and who’s out?
IBM added to govt IaaS procurement panel
Third provider makes the cut seven months after confirmation of competitors Datacom and Revera.
Bemused AppSense gears up for New Zealand growth
<strong>Slow uptake of user virtualisation hasn’t dented AppSense’s optimism for the New Zealand market.