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Police raid Microsoft whistle-blower
One of the rumour mill’s hardest workers was raided by the police yesterday, at what appears to be the wishes of Microsoft.
Microsoft tops CIO vendor list
Chief information officers named Microsoft their most indispensable "mega-vendor" during a recent survey this week.
Oo look! Microsoft mobile strategy might not be stillborn after all.
New research indicates Microsoft's mobile strategy has some run in it yet.
Microsoft's Maori commitment during 2012
Microsoft New Zealand continues their look back at 2012, remembering their work during the past twelve months.
Microsoft NZ looks back at 2012
Software giant's Kiwi division evaluates the year 2012, documenting company highlights.
US Army recruits Microsoft
US Army, Air Force and DISA expand access to Microsoft technologies through cost-saving modernisation agreement.
Microsoft rings in New Year with retail boost
Software giant begins 2013 with the announcement of more retail store locations.
Channel in focus for Microsoft
Internal staffing changes don’t signal a disinvestment in the New Zealand channel, Microsoft’s Chris Ichter tells Heather Wright.
Microsoft: 12 reasons company's use Microsoft Dynamics
During Microsoft's ReImagined event, the software manufacturer outlined why Microsoft Dynamics can drive revenue and serve customers.
Kiwi stores caught selling pirated software
Microsoft New Zealand reveals unsecure supply chains creating emerging cybercrime threat across the industry.
Microsoft senses hands on need for mobile device
Software manufacturer details plans for a sensor bracelet allowing users to control a range of equipment using hand gestures.
List Sell Trade set for launch?
New online trading website set for launch today, days after closing its online operations.
List Sell Stop Trading
Second Trade Me rival postpones its launch this week as List Sell Trade goes down less than 24 hours since going live.
Brent Colbert leaves Microsoft amid restructure
Director of Partner Strategy across New Zealand made redundant after eight years with the company as the software maker begins internal restructure.
Microsoft reports first quarterly loss in 26 years
Why the news isn’t all bad for the Redmond-based tech company.
What’s Microsoft got planned for Monday?
US journalists invited to mystery event early next week.
Registrations open for TechEd 2012
Build-up begins for New Zealand's biggest technology event.
System Center 2012 launched in Auckland
Focus on application deployment, cross-platform support 'from the metal up', and building for the future in the cloud.
Australian government to Apple, Microsoft: please explain
Authorities launch inquiry into why consumers and businesses pay more than those overseas for software and downloads - should we do the same here?
Auckland students provide eyes for the blind
Unique app that 'crowdsources' audio descriptions of smartphone photos takes out New Zealand Imagine Cup final.
Half-price 'Excel on Steroids' courses in May
Chance for small and medium business owners to learn to get more out of Microsoft's ubiquitous spreadsheet tool.
Creative software shaping employee satisfaction
Leading New Zealand assistance provider First Assistance has taken a significant step towards decreasing its staff turnover by improving training meth
The rise and rise of virtualisation coexistence
Determining 2012’s top virtualisation trend in is a no-brainer
Microsoft champions same-sex marriage
Tech giant endorses diversity ahead of vote on marriage equity legislation in home state of Washington.