Stories by David Watson
Telecom New Zealands's Australian subsidiary AAPT has lost its eftpos services account with the Commonwealth Bank.
Recruitment agency Spherion's Asia-Pacific division has been sold to recruitment and HR management firm Ross Human Directions.
HP’s “Adaptive Enterprise” doesn’t appear to amount to all that much in the minds of its customers or industry watchers.
The calling in of the FBI indicates the seriousness of the theft of Cisco software source code, but local customers are taking it in their stride.
While the bridging of the Tasman is in the news with calls for a single border, the effects of closer relations can already be seen in a call for IT services to a planned joint New Zealand-Australian regulatory body.
Wi-Fi wireless networking technology is being used to bring digital advertisements to retailers at Auckland airport.
Vodafone has confirmed that Nokia has been selected to build its 3G network in New Zealand and Australia.
The Australian and New Zealand operations of IT recruitment, technology and outsourcing provider Spherion are up for sale, following the decision by its US parent to divest its overseas operations and focus on the US market.
The Australian and New Zealand Quest JD Edwards user conference in Melbourne last month was a success, despite the absence of PeopleSoft.
Even the experts can fall victim to security lapses.
The New Zealand Land Transport Safety Authority is looking for improvements in work practices and workflow out of a new document management system from Australian provider Objective.
Telecom New Zealand Ltd. is considering an XML (Extensible Markup Language)-based voice recognition system which will allow customers to carry out billing transactions without speaking to customer service staff.
Data warehousing and business intelligence look set to benefit from emerging banking industry requirements.
Implementing Baan 5 over a worldwide virtual private network means Christchurch-based Tait Electronics can not only now achieve the kind of supply chain transparency that will let it see a transaction in Hong Kong as it happens.