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Spark momentum gathers pace as Kiwis warm to strategic change
"Our customers wanted and needed us to change. They wanted us to be a growing New Zealand business."
Vodafone doubles the data for business customers
Kiwi business owners who sign up to Vodafone Red Business plans will get double the data for the duration of their contract term, as a result of a new offer launched by the telco.
Unitec competition challenges girls to create apps
The Unitec Institute of Technology is holding a competition 'Mobile App Competition for Girls' to introduce high school students to the world of computer science.
And Facebook says "Me too!"
According to Facebook’s data team 88 million people had more than 280 million Facebook interactions – posts, comments and likes – related to the final.
2015... the year of the Digital Risk Officer?
More than half of CEOs will have a senior "digital" leader role in their staff by the end of 2015.
Vodafone HQ leads the way as Christchurch CBD gaps fill up fast
The notion of a donut effect in the Christchurch CBD, with new developments on the fringes but few buildings in the centre, is being rapidly dispelled.
Another day, another deal for Serko
Another day, another deal for Serko; the expanding tech firm who has signed an agreement with Diners Club International Ltd.
Five things Gartner has learned about Digital Business from the World Cup...
Here, he discusses the five things he has learned about Digital Business from the World Cup.
Ready, steady, IPO: Auckland tech firm joins NZX listing club
"It really allows us to get the funding in the business to grow other opportunities outside of the New Zealand and Oregon markets."
Serko takes off with mega corporate Aussie contract
“This is a key win for the Serko team in Australia," says Darrin Grafton, CEO, Serko Online.
Four types of CMOs... Which is in your business?
A lot is said these days about the CMO’s preparedness to navigate what is, even by most conservative measures, fairly extraordinary digital change.
And the Kiwi channel says Dove, Dove, Dove...
Dove general manager Chris Rycroft breaks the rules to talk to Heather Wright – albeit about the company, teamwork, changes, and even a little about himself.
Auckland IT pros... What are YOU earning?
The first half of 2014 was busier than usual in Auckland’s IT recruitment market, even in January, traditionally the quietest month of the year.
2degrees narrows 2013 loss
Challenger mobile telephone operator Two Degrees Mobile pared back losses in the year to Dec. 31 and reported positive operating earnings for the second year since its establishment five years ago.
Surface Pro 3 hits the shops as Surface Mini flops
Microsoft has officially released the Surface Pro 3 to customers in the US and Canada, inadvertently ramping up speculation of the whereabouts of the now infamous Surface Mini in the process.
"Watershed" moment as Infosys recruits first external CEO
"Sikka will be the first CEO that is neither part of the founding generation nor an insider from Infosys."
Hands on… Microsoft Surface Pro 3
Justifiably coming in for criticism for the somewhat substandard first and second generation Surface devices, the Surface Pro 3 is like the good-looking long-lost relative, returning to the family when it was needed most.
New Dell switch ready to scale for clouds and large data centres
Clouds are getting bigger, data centres need greater connectivity, and switches must grow to match today’s east-west and north-south traffic requirements.
Microsoft reveals Surface Pro 3 NZ pricing
Billed as ‘best of a laptop, best of a tablet’, New Zealand pricing for Microsoft’s new 12-inch Surface Pro 3 has been revealed.
Introducing Microsoft's Surface Pro 3... the laptop replacement?
"So many people carry both a laptop and a tablet but really want just one device that serves all purposes."
Labour demands "straight answers" on security
"Mr Key let New Zealanders down with half-truths at best over the 2011 appointment process for Ian Fletcher as the new head of the GCSB, a process that he personally intervened in."
Microsoft Surface Pro 3: What to expect…
Microsoft has a new product line to push, and on May 20 in front of the waiting world, we’ll be best placed to judge it…
Microsoft drops mega Surface Pro 3 hint…
Microsoft will unveil the Surface Pro 3 in New York next week, if growing media speculation is to be believed.
Ballmer: Microsoft and Apple are “two trick ponies”
"We’ve done two tricks and those will go for a lot of years. But in our industry, you have to do a third trick."