Stories by Darren Greenwood

Comindico CEO and staff ousted

Net-based telco, Comindico, promises a fresh focus on voice products after a strategic review forced the departure of 36 staff.

Christchurch hotel caters to IT needy

Business travellers in Christchurch seeking some IT support can find it at a hotel created by a former teacher at Bill Gates' old school in Seattle.

IT managers gamble on short staff

New Year's Day is a perennial challenge for IT managers in the gambling industry, when the busiest time of year must be met with minimal staff.

Forestry firm cuts into data clog with new ERP

Forestry giant Juken Nissho is replacing a clump of old enterprise systems with the latest version of JD Edwards software in an attempt to produce faster reports for head office in Japan and cut down on duplication.

ANZ stung by reaction to virus liability clause

After a chorus of criticism from rivals and banking specialists, Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd. (ANZ Bank) is reviewing its policy of holding customers liable for any damage caused by viruses spread from their computers to the bank's systems.

Auckland couple develop virus blocker

Auckland couple Dave and Margaret Watson say they have invented a virus stopper that tackles the problem from a direction different to other antivirus software.