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Dotcom demands spying probe
Megaupload founder backs calls for an independent inquiry after government spies illegally accessed his communications.
NZ had rules to avoid Kim Dotcom mess
If you lie with dogs, you will get fleas. That’s something John Key’s government is discovering.
PM slams govt spies in Dotcom case
John Key demands answers from the national's secretive intelligence agency over 'unlawful' acquisition of Megaupload case communications.
Labour tables alternative patent clause
Opposition Party demands change over current Patents Bill which is "effectively stifling New Zealand's important software sector."
Govt encourages stay at home workers
Telework Week encourages employees using ICT to give the office a miss as they raise awareness about the benefits of stay at home workers for businesses.
Broadband to provide product prices
Government announces product disclosure underway to improve the transparency of broadband information for consumers.
Government considers e-democracy
Investigations underway into the possibility of an 'e-democracy' offering online public consultation with government.
Government adopts conservative cloud approach
While the government encourages cloud usage amongst its own agencies, it remains cautious of overseas-based services.
Could the public sector switch to the cloud?
Government to review proposals to switch the public service to cloud-based application software hosted outside ANZ.
Will the government sell Kordia?
Rumours suggesting the State-Owned Enterprise is for sale gathers pace despite SOE Minister denial.
Government exceeds UFB connection target
Approximately 1700 kilometres of fibre has been laid throughout the country says government.
New govt ‘Virtual Meeting Rooms’ to save taxpayers' money?
Auckland-based communications company offers cost-cutting new service for government meetings.
CallPlus offers unlimited school internet
New Zealand schools to receive Ultra-Fast Broadband access to improve learning and remove cost issues.
Revera wins Microsoft Cloud NZ hosting deal
Kiwi company to drive a hybrid cloud service for New Zealand government.
SQL Server's BI features net Ministry of Health deal
The National Costing Collection and Pricing Programme (NCCPP) was established by the Ministry of Health and the 20 District Health Boards (DHBs) to produce an annual national price book for hospital services.
Xero's fear over gov privacy plans
Will the government’s proposal to access company data overseas infringe customer privacy?
DHB chooses Microsoft BI platform
Organisation transforms data analysis capabilities in upgrade to Microsoft solution.
Online video market ‘large and evolving’: Sky
Submission to Commerce Commission predicts ‘imminent’ arrival of ‘major international players’.
Govt to save $119m in 3-year deal with Microsoft
Agreement offers 'significant improvement' over previous deals.
Five big UFB turn-offs
The top reasons why the 'if you build it, they will come' strategy won't work for the Ultra Fast Broadband network.
More video options would drive UFB uptake: Commerce Commission
A 'diverse range' of supply options will be a pivotal factor encouraging consumers to overcome the cost boundary, regulator says.
Vendors selected for govt managed services panel
Gen-i, Datacom and Fujitsu come out on top of procurement project led by new Ministry of Primary Industries (MPI).
Why Chorus investors are scared
The Commerce Commission's latest move appears to signal bad news for the fibre network company; what's really going on?
Major telcos all approved as All-of-Government mobile suppliers
Gen-i, Vodafone and 2degrees all make the cut in deal Economic Development Minister estimates will save government $60m.