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Managed Services
Tomizone acquires mystery MSP to give revenues a $1 million boost
The company says the acquisition is consistent with their growth strategy of acquiring businesses with complementary offerings.
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Managed Services
Tomizone appoint new group MD in Aussie push
The company has appointed Matt Adams to the position, effective immediately, with a goal to grow its Australian presence.
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Tomizone
New global CEO steps up for Tomizone
Tomizone's new chief executive, Geoff Wanless is eyeing up opportunities presented by internet of things to drive Tomizone growth moving forward.
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Wi-fi
Tomizone takes over Aussie banks
Tomizone, the managed WiFi services provider headquartered in Auckland, is rolling out its services to 200 more bank retail branches throughout Aussie
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Auckland Council
Where is Auckland's free Wi-Fi?
Auckland Council offers free Wi-Fi to residents and visitors to certain parts of the city. What parts?
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Tomizone
Tomizone signs new Wi-Fi deal with Christchurch airport
Kiwi Wi-Fi success story Tomizone inks new deal with Christchurch International Airport, providing free Wi-Fi to six million passengers a year.
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Tomizone
Tomizone seeks global CEO as Simms steps down
Kiwi Wi-Fi success story, Tomizone, is on the hunt for a new CEO, with co-founder Steve Simms, stepping down from the key role.
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Tomizone
Kiwi company signs major North American partner
Kiwi Wi-Fi software company Tomizone has expanded its international footprint, signing a major service delivery partner in North America.
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Auckland Council
Auckland Council drops WiFI gender question following backlash
Auckland Council is removing a pop-up on its free Tomizone Wi-Fi, which asks users to select if they are male or female.
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Tomizone
Kiwi Wi-Fi company takes it to the Aussies
Tomizone has bolstered it's international expansion, inking a deal with Kordia Australia which will see its Wi-Fi offerings deployed across Australia.
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Wi-fi
Tomizone, AU$5 million the richer, executes growth plan
Kiwi Wi-Fi company Tomizone is gearing up for a major assualt on international markets after securing AU$5 million in public capital funding.
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Wi-fi
Tomizone eyes major expansion following capital raising
Kiwi managed Wi-Fi service company Tomizone completes AU$5 million capital raising today as international sales pipeline 'explodes'.
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Tomizone
Tomizone says Gidday Mate with Aussie acquisition
Tomizone ramping up for Australian expansion with reverse takeover on ASX
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Tomizone
Tomizone set to unblock GayNZ.com
WiFi provider Tomizone is acting fast to reverse the blocking of Kiwi website GayNZ.com, after being originally blocked by internet filters.
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Wi-fi
Silicon Valley style 'NZ Computer Museum' edges closer to reality
Ambitious Auckland waterfront tourism attraction signs first of many sponsors.
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Wi-fi
Tomizone acquires Jimojo to expand Oz operations
Purchase of Jimojo and iRoom creates Australia’s largest accommodation Wi-Fi footprint.
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Disaster Recovery
Free wi-fi for Christchurch
Tomizone opens up its wi-fi hotspots in Christchurch to allow news and information to flow more freely.
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Mobility
Skype partners with Tomizone
Wi-fi hotspots across New Zealand to be made available to those with a Skype Access account.
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Apple
Sophos gives away Mac anti-virus
No charge, no time limit and no registration. So what's the catch?
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Apple iPhone
Your portable Office
We investigate how mobile devices are changing the way small businesses operate throughout New Zealand.
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Apple iPhone
Location, location, location
Location-based advertising is still in its infancy, but according to a new study from ABI Research, businesses are primed to spend $US1.8 billion on it in 2015 as part of their overall mobile marketing budgets.
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Apple iPhone
In the Water For Wellness
Next February, Greg Sharp, Managing Director of IT solutions and support company base 2 will attempt to swim the length of Lake Taupo to raise awareness of prostate cancer.
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Apple iPhone
Finding friends – and customers
Engaging people when they’re out and about is the latest craze in social media, spearheaded by foursquare (foursquare.com)
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Apple iPhone
USB s spread malware – survey
USB devices are a major emerging threat to the security of data in SMEs, according to a survey conducted by Panda Security.