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Fujitsu delivers BYOD service for enterprises
Fujitsu has introduced the next generation of ‘market-making’ cloud platform service, enabling CIOs to harness the broad potential of cloud with the complete business agility and innovation that cloud delivers.
Govt claims new desktop computing service "helps agencies work together"
A new all-of-government desktop computer service will make workplaces more flexible and help agencies work together more closely to deliver better public services, according to Government Chief Information Officer Colin MacDonald.
Fujitsu aims to 'liberate enterprises' with new mobile solution
Fujitsu aims to helps enterprises achieve greater employee productivity by enabling mobile access to secure data, applications and communications, with the launch of Fujitsu Managed Infrastructure Service Managed Mobile.
Fujitsu claims leading Data Centre ANZ Provider prize
The ‘Peak Vendor’ status is awarded to the highest performing and fully committed vendor in ANZ, identifying the leading vendor in the local market providing a solid choice for local buyers.
Five in a row as Fujitsu NZ's profit grows
Company says "successful, innovative implementations of solutions into private and public sector customer projects contribute to sustained profitability."
Fujitsu rolls out global cloud strategy
Company reveals a global strategy, "strengthening every aspect of its end-to-end portfolio of services and solutions for cloud."
A keen eye on ICT sustainability
Working with Fujitsu, renewable energy company Meridian Energy has sought to improve its performance as it seeks to achieve sustainable ICT best practice.
Three in a row as Fujitsu ANZ grows
Early investment in cloud and data centre offerings results in major new accounts, generating faster-than-market growth across the region.
DC to market Fujitsu server range across ANZ
Agreement expands enterprise class server infrastructure into mid and upper channel markets.
NZ firms missing energy cost cutting measures
Latest report suggests ICT sustainability must shift from idealism to commercialism.
Exol/Simms to exit Dell and pickup Fujitsu
Express Online (Exol) and Dell are parting company after three years, but it appears Exol will instead distribute Fujitsu’s full range of tablets, ultrabooks and laptops across NZ.
Drawing the line: When not to outsource
Outsourcing is proving its worth to private and public sector organisations around the world...
Sustainability: Should CIOs still care?
We talk to three kiwi experts on Green IT and what it means today.
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).
The tech behind Weta Digital's success
Visual effects company's CIO talks about ensuring her staff have enough computing power to work their magic.
Fujitsu offers free cloud trial
"It will also allow organisations of all sizes to test the suitability of the cloud locally.”
Promotions at Fujitsu NZ
General manager, sales bumped up to managing director as former boss becomes CFO of Fujitsu ANZ.
Unisys disputes Fujitsu ISO 20000 claim
Fujitsu's recent claim that it's the first vendor in New Zealand to achieve ISO 20000 accreditation is wrong, says Unisys.
Fujitsu unveils Global Cloud Services portfolio
Australia and New Zealand are the first regions outside Japan to get Fujitsu's standardised global cloud offering.
Fujitsu catapults Toyota into the cloud
Toyota's mission critical Dealer Management System to be trusted to the cloud in a new three-year deal.
Fujitsu New Zealand scoops ISO gong - Updated
Three offices in Wellington and Auckland have received the ISO 20000 award.