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Paessler brings monitoring capabilities to docker containers
“As adoption of container tech grows, it will also become more critical for enterprises to ensure the continuous operations of software containers."
Ricoh wins big for printer range
“Ricoh has a strong reputation for producing energy efficient devices. These awards demonstrate our continued commitment to customers."
Software, security, DevOps and big data: What's in store for networking?
Moving into 2016, more businesses are expected to leverage smart machines and transformative technologies to give them a clear competitive advantage.
Unisys wins NASA Research Center contract
Unisys has won a contract with NASA Langley Research Center (LaRC) to support the organisation's upcoming simulation and flight research mission.
Qual IT gears up to expand in Auckland region
Qual IT, the independent software quality assurance specialist, is looking to expand its footprint in the Auckland region with a new appointment.
NZTech and Canterbury Software Cluster join forces
"The alliance is focused on the fast-growing national technology sector, and is about combining and working together to ensure strong growth."
Cloud security market grows, driven by SMB and data centre demand
The global cloud security market is growing at a rapid rate, fuelled by high-volume data streaming needs of organisations.
Deloitte's biggest business and consumer technology predictions
Cognitive technologies, virtual reality, pro-PC millennials and the proliferation of smartphones will have a significant impact in 2016.
NZ Police teams up with Auckland software company to fight crime
“The Auror platform has been used by Police to prioritise high-risk offenders and more effectively deploy our resources to respond to crimes."
SD-WAN market growth not letting up
The software defined wide area network (SD-WAN) market is steadily growing as enterprises embrace mobility and look for ways to reduce expenses.
The digital economy is here: What it means for the enterprise
“To survive, and ultimately be successful, organisations will need a robust integration foundation that can bridge the physical and virtual worlds."
What the TPP means for NZ's tech sector
“We’ve raised these issues in the past because they’re a major concern for our industry. If we wait until the ink is dry on TPP, it’ll be too late."
CIOs: Software-defined technologies the way of the future
The drive for innovation is boosting demand for Software-Defined Technologies in the APAC region, says IDC.
Zendesk's ANZ team continues to grow
Zendesk, the software development company, has expanded its ANZ and Asia Pacific team with two new appointments and promoted a key team member.
Agile Innovation guru Langdon Morris coming to New Zealand
American innovation expert Langdon Morris will teach Kiwi companies the secrets of 'agile innovation' at a series of workshops around the country next
Making changes to your enterprise? How to ease the transition
Workforce management systems can assist with monitoring employees’ time, absences and productivity, however it’s important to ease the transition.
BDO brings real-time advisory service to New Zealand
BDO New Zealand is launching a nationwide roll-out of Xero add-on CrunchBoards, and says the real-time business advisory service is a game changer.
Credit Suisse downgrades Diligent to neutral ahead of new product spending
Diligent Board Member Services's plans to spend up ahead of its new product has seen the governance software developer's stock downgraded by Credit Su
CA Technologies brings IT Leaders Forum to Wellington
CA Technologies invites you to attend the CA IT Leaders Forum: Own The Future, taking place February 26 2015.
Four Questions for Optimum Client Service
When it comes to client servicing in accounting software solutions, there are four key questions you need to be asking.
Business software to hit US$7.3 billion
‘Impressive’ growth across all business software categories will see the business software market in Australia and New Zealand hit US$7.3 billion in 2015, with information management and security software leading the way, according to Ovum.
Kiwi software company opens second US office
Auckland-based enterprise authoring & content management firm continues to grow.