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Freeing the entrepreneur
Networks, software, and databases are not the reason that most people start up their own business.
Security: Cloud's biggest challenge?
Organisations need to factor in a greater focus on the importance of security technologies and the investment in security infrastructure required to keep data safe.
Facebook to go public this autumn?
Investors and fans could be given the chance to buy shares in Facebook as early as this autumn.
Connector Systems secures Wellington space
The space will consist of a professional services office, a sales office, a meeting room and a purpose-built training room.
The IT spring clean checklist
Finding a system that can adapt to the specific needs of your company is essential.
Game review: Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
Although the game is as majestic as the dragons that populate it, it's also not without a soft underbelly of glitches and frustrations.
HP needs to 'reduce the drama'
New HP CEO Meg Whitman has recognised that the company struggled to overcome ‘drama’ in 2011.
PSP still going strong as Vita pre-orders begin - Updated
"Partnering with Vodafone will enable PS Vita users in the selected countries to always be connected with their PlayStation life, friends and games, wherever they are."
Vodafone handed second fine from ComCom
Two Commerce Commission cases down, four to go. The battle ain't over yet.
US$500k donation kicks off Wikipedia funding drive
Which tech mogul was behind the contribution? Read more to find out.
Mario mistreats animals: PETA - Updated
Animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has slammed game character Mario as an animal abuser.
Apple launches music matching service
Tracks are accessed at 256KBps AAC DRM-free quality, even if the copy in the user's library is of a lower quality.
Unisys lands McDonald's South Pacific contract
Unisys has struck a $38.8 million deal for end-user IT support services.
InternetNZ offers funding for Christchurch
InternetNZ is ‘dipping into its reserves’ to provide $435,000 in funding for initiatives contributing to the Christchurch rebuild.
Hackers strike Steam
Gabe Newell, one of the founders of the game distribution site, says it is as yet unknown whether or not the information has been used.
Happy Nerd New Year!
Spinal Tap fans will want to turn it up today, because it is the eleventh of the eleventh of 2011, or what one Californian group has dubbed Nerd New Year.
Seek names top IT recruiters
Seek Annual Recruitment Awards (SARAs) has given IT managers an indication of which recruitment agencies jobseekers like the best.
Tech & nature dominate Deloitte Fast 50
2degrees & Xero among NZ's fastest-growing businesses on the Fast 50 list.
Second dip in Vodafone customers
Vodafone has suffered its second drop in customers in a row, according to figures from parent company Vodafone PLC.
Motorola wins Apple injunction
If Apple sells the devices it faces a fine of up to 250,000 euro.
Govt satisfaction low among SMBs
"Almost half [46%] of all business owners are opposed to even a partial sale of state assets,” Smith says.
Is data shared really a job halved?
Sage managing director shares how to avoid double-handling in data entry.
Suit up for business
"Not only are customers likely to judge employees themselves by their dress, but customers are also likely to use employee dress as cues to the quality of the organisation itself.”
The death of story mode
Video game developers pump millions of dollars into developing engrossing single-player campaigns, but statistics show they might be wasting their time.