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Aussie company takes home four awards for 'inspiring ICT innovation'
Ajilon, the systems integrator, and key client Landgate have been shortlisted in four categories at the WAITTA INCITE Awards.
Hybrid Cloud solutions offer the best of all worlds
Softsource, a leading ICT systems integrator, today announced the launch of its next generation Infrastructure as a Service offering.
Kiwi productivity at an all time low... Is technology the answer?
“The Govt understands these services need to be transformed in order to improve productivity and they appreciate technology is the way to solve it."
The 21st century ICT race is on, says Labour
“The opportunities opened up by the ICT revolution are jewels which our competitors overseas are chasing too."
RXP well positioned for continued growth
“The ability to evolve and grow our business organically has been a key driver to our success."
New Zealand ICT sector looking rosy
“Software developers, ICT systems and business analysts, for example, are in high demand reflecting NZ's growing technology services sector.”
Kiwi founded Information Leadership named ICT Vendor of the Year
“We’re delighted to have our passion for delivering customised and effective information management solutions recognised in this way.”
New ICT grad school set to pump NZ tech industry
“ICT is a fast-paced and rapidly-changing industry, which demands innovative approaches to education and training."
Wellington has a new ICT grad school
Wellington is set to be home to a new ICT Graduate School, designed to set the standard for advanced ICT education and fuel growth in the industry.
Deloitte study reveals the ICT job crisis in Australia
In Australia there is a decreasing amount of skilled ICT professionals entering the workforce, just when demand is through the roof.
Huawei targets Australian ICT education space
"Information technology is transforming the way we teach, learn and administer in the education world,” says Dong Wu from Huawei.
NEC wins DFAT contract
NEC has won a four year contract to manage DFAT's ICT global support centre services.
Kiwi companies recognised for ICT innovation on world stage
Six New Zealand companies have been selected as finalists in this year’s World Summit Awards for creativity and innovation in ICT.
Wellington Council: We choose you Dimension Data
Dimension Data has been chosen as the preferred supplier to deliver shared ICT infrastructure services to the Wellington region.
ICT NZ's fastest growing export sector
Technology is now New Zealand’s third largest GDP export, with ICT’s contribution growing by $1.282 billion from 2009 to 2013.
Kiwi cloud companies, making tracks in London
“It’s now New Zealand’s third largest export. The UK’s a really important part of that and we see it growing significantly over the next few years."
Government ICT spend to exceed $6.2 billion by 2018
Government spend to exceed $6.2 billion by 2018, driven by cost savings and efficiency gains and improving service delivery investments.
How the ICT sector is changing
The New Zealand ICT sector has experienced a moderate rise in sales and a significant change in service offerings, says Statistics New Zealand.
How ICT links families and early education
Linking family and community is one of the four key principles of the early childhood curriculum, and ICT has become a critical component of this.
Australian video streaming solutions distributor looking for NZ resellers
"We’re looking for New Zealand resellers. We’re really busy in Australia and Singapore, and we want to get something going in New Zealand as quickly as we can."
Kiwi DTS acquires ITtelenet and focuses on IP voice
Brendan Ritchie, DTS, CEO, says the acquisition of ITtelenet signals a clear focus on IP voice and increased market share.
New Zealand retains rankings in key ITU ICT development index
The report pointed to market competition and best-practice ICT regulation as the key drivers of affordable ICT services.
Wellington pitched as high tech capital to expat Sydneysiders
Grow Wellington chief executive Gerard Quinn says there are over 2000 job vacancies available in the Wellington region at present, many in the sectors of ICT, engineering, healthcare, accounting and government.
More women landing ICT internships in New Zealand
A record breaking number of female tertiary students from the Summer of Tech programme were placed in paid internships with hi-tech companies in Wellington and Auckland.