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Remedy working but telco doctor's future still uncertain
Telecommunications commissioner Dr Ross Patterson's job is on the line, despite injecting a healthy dose of competition into the sector.
Why telco customers switch
Commerce Commission study reveals main factors driving users into arms of competitors.
Cross-network traffic on the rise: Commerce Commission
Customers happier calling friends and family on competing networks thanks to last year's changes to termination rates.
SMBs offered chance to pitch at govt 'speed dating' event
Business New Zealand and the Ministry of Economic Development matchmaking kiwi businesses with senior buyers from 15 government organisations.
Adams asks ICT industry to show leadership
By Mike Borgfeldt
Are SMBs ready for UFB?
Study finds only 10% of small business owners know the price, data cap, and max and min speeds of their current plans.
We're building a UFB network, now who will come?
ICT Minister explains four-pronged strategy for ensuring NZ gets the most out of massive tech investment.
Business intelligence tech event comes to Auckland
2degrees, Mighty River Power and others to explain how they used Business Intelligence to improve their decision making.
New rules spread infrastructure burden
Commerce Commission says more companies will be required to contribute under new levy system.
Are NZ's health and education sectors ready for UFB?
The good news and the bad news in the Commerce Commission's second report.
Kiwis overpaying for fixed-line and mobile services
Commerce Commission says we match the OECD on broadband prices, but pay too much to use our phones.
Commerce Commission completes access reviews
Standard Terms Determinations altered ahead of Telecom demerger.
Gen-i lands Capital & Coast DHB deal
Multi-million-dollar telecommunications contract brings health board's services to Telecom's XT network.
Watchdog happy with telco's refund efforts
Commerce Commission and Telecom reach settlement over Fair Trading Act breaches.
Fibre Watch: Driven to distraction
InternetNZ's attempt to put the country's digital future on the political agenda could be overshadowed by the recent chain of disasters, not to mention the RWC.
Huawei barred from US emergency network
Commerce Department says Chinese company was blocked due to 'national security concerns'.
Govt opens National Cyber Security Centre
New Zealand not immune from growing cyber threat: ICT Minister.
Attempted upgrade shuts down 14 govt sites - Updated
A number of government websites including the Companies Office and the Ministry of Consumer Affairs have suffered a major technology issue.
Govt gives $1.8m to Auckland game developer
'The gaming industry is a lucrative sector and New Zealand businesses need to get a piece of the action': MP.
Telecom broadband regulation terms to stay
Commerce Commission says Telecom still faces limited competition in wholesale market.
The next Silicon Valley
Government launches two-pronged initiative to drive New Zealand's technology industry.
Govt agencies to improve data access
Release of non-personal and unclassified data could be boon for businesses.
Preperations paid off
Chris Dever, CIO for the Canterbury District Health Board, tells Henrietta Kjaer about how he and his team handled the Christchurch earthquakes – and about what it takes to make it in Health IT.
Just what the doctor ordered
The local District Health Board placing an order for several new C5v Mobile Clinical Assistant (MCA) tablet PCs from Motion following a huge success.