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Exclusive: The challenges of integrating emotion into technology
"Emotionally connected customers are more likely to recommend you to others, make repeat purchases, trust your advice, and remain loyal longer."
Tech with heart: Datacom kicks off annual hackathon in Auckland
“Innovative thinking & a deep understanding of what drives people are what give technology solutions substance," says Datacom Group CEO Greg Davidson.
Datacom report revenue growth despite overall loss
"Datacom’s strategy and new organisational structure position us well to meet current and future client needs."
Veeam provides Hastings District Council with new data management platform
The Council serves nearly 75,000 citizens and has 550 employees across 17 sites.
Datacom Group undergoing major structural reshuffle
Datacom Group is now aligned into four market-facing businesses, which focus on specific geographies or sectors, including AU, NZ and international.
Three Kiwi smart city projects shortlisted in IDC APAC Awards
Auckland City Council and Datacom have three projects between them that have been shortlisted as finalists in three of the 12 award categories.
Australian Cyber Security Research Centre appoints Rachael Falk as CEO
"She will ensure that CSRC collaborates with academia, industry and government to deliver industry-driven cybersecurity outcomes."
Datacom’s local govt app launches issue-reporting feature
It is free for people in the community to use and is already in use by a number of councils in New Zealand and Australia.
Rescue Run 2018 - Have you got what it takes to save a life?
This year Youthline joins the line-up of life-saving organisations that you can support by joining the 2018 Rescue Run.
Datacom to move around the corner for the sake of 10Gb fibre
Datacom is making the move from its office in Findon to new premises in Franklin Street in July this year.
CERT NZ's Advisory Board extended for another six months
“I’m pleased all existing Board members have agreed to stay on and advise CERT NZ as we work through the refresh of our cybersecurity action plan."
Enterprises must move at startup speed or risk disruption - study
A whitepaper by ZeroPoint Ventures says NZ enterprises are failing to innovate at the speed necessary to drive long-term impact and success.
Kordia completes IoT network that reaches 94% of population
The Sigfox network was built by IoT rollout experts, and Thinxtra network partner, Kordia.
Photo Gallery: Veeam A/NZ ProPartner Awards
A gallery of photo highlights from Veeam's 2018 awards.
Veeam recognises A/NZ partners at ProPartner awards in Sydney
The annual awards dinner saw a variety of partners recognised over 14 categories.
Datacom takes data center services to Australia with AirTrunk
Datacom Group CEO Greg Davidson calls the deal a game changer for Datacom’s offerings in Australia and a key part of the organization’s strategy.
TaaS panel supplier round-up - the big four and more
Since its launch in 2015, the TaaS panel has undergone a fair few changes, especially in recent days. We have a look at who is doing what, right now.
Y-tech workshops getting youth into technology
The event includes speeches by inspirational New Zealand tech personalities from Datacom, the Mind Lab, and GirlBoss.
Schneider Electric announces the winners of the APC Partner Awards
The awards are designed to celebrate the individuals and partners who have contributed to the success of APC by Schneider Electric.
Kiwi institution picks up major Australian Govt. contract
This contract builds on Datacom Connect’s successful customer care operations for other significant government clients.”
Top partners recognised at HPE awards
Ingram Micro, Spark and Datacom win big at the 2017 HPE Partner Awards
Photo Gallery: The 2017 Dell EMC Partner Program Awards
See who were named the winners at the first local awards event since the tech giants’ merger.
Canberra Data Centres, NextDC, Datacom...Frost & Sullivan names Australia's top companies
One of the big winners of the night was Metronode, who was named Australia’s Data Center Service Provider of The Year.
Microsoft challenging Spark, Datacom & other traditional IT services players, report finds
“Security has the highest stated importance from an investment perspective."