Instant messaging has taken a step forward with the industry’s standards body approving an open source-developed protocol.
Stories by Andrea Malcolm
Research by recruitment and training company Spherion suggests that experience in Microsoft's .Net platform could be the most in-demand IT skill in coming months.
Melbourne's Metropolitan Ambulance Service is using software developed at Auckland University to optimise its use of vehicles and equipment.
Everyone talks about the importance of customers, but Canadian professor Brent Gallupe says managing relationships with suppliers actually has more effect on the bottom line.
Sun is to ship all of its key software products packaged with the Solaris operating system in synchronised quarterly releases.
A New Zealand company has developed an encryption product which lets organisations use their own encryption algorithms instead of public keys.
With Sun Microsystems Inc.'s show of support for Linux on Intel, what is the future of the Sparc chip? Will it go the same way as Digital's popular but doomed Alpha processor?
A storage area network implemented to handle TVNZ's business applications could ultimately support its highly specialised audiovisual requirements.
Email from New Zealand sailors aboard Navy frigate Te Mana on duty in the Persian Gulf is making its way home via satellite.
EMC's Symmetrix storage servers have long been the domain of mainframe-heavy organisations such as banks and government departments, but the newest, modular offerings in the range aim to push down into the Unix and Windows markets.
From monitoring lahars to managing frog species, the Department of Conservation in New Zealand is engaged in a raft of projects using Microsoft's .Net development framework.
The struggle to keep material on websites fresh and compelling is driving organisations to implement content management systems of all shapes and sizes.
From monitoring lahars to managing frog species, the New Zealand Department of Conservation is engaged in a raft of projects using Microsoft's .Net development framework.
IT analyst company Gartner Asia-Pacific is warning of consolidation in the IT services market with companies such as EDS, Unisys and Fujitsu as possible takeover targets.
Are you in point-to-point hell? It's how Aaron Kumove, managing director of Wellington-based Horizon Consulting, describes the Sisyphean task most organizations face of managing the connections between their various IT systems.