Digital Transformation / DX
Artificial Intelligence / AI
Internet of Things
Office 365 migration: avoiding the pitfalls
“However, it’s not as simple as just moving everything on to Office 365 – job done. There are pitfalls to be wary of."
Plan B snaps up Iconz, scales up cloud, data centre and networking
Plan B has snapped up pioneer ISP Iconz as it looks to scale up its cloud, data centre and networking services offerings.
How businesses are taking advantage of the cloud
Cloud computing in New Zealand has been widely available for several years, and its adoption has been rapid amongst large corporates.
Overseas vs local cloud vendors, according to ICONZ
Is it time to migrate to an overseas cloud vendor? Well, it depends.
13 areas to cover before every cloud migration
The tech industry is NZ’s third largest export earner and fastest growing sector. NZ’s hosting and infrastructure services were worth $767m in 2013.
Cloud computing - what are the next steps?
Cloud computing is a well-established business practice in NZ, the next step to leveraging it is to build organisation-wide competitive advantage.
New things ahead for ICONZ-Webvision's Deidre Steyn
After more than three years at ICONZ-Webvisions, Steyn has decided to go out on her own and start a consulting firm.
Why your CFO is your cloud computing partner
Deidre Steyn, ICONZ-Webvisions general manager, managed hosting, ANZ, makes the case for cloud computing, and offers tips on getting your CFO onboard.
Backup or replication? Why you actually need both
If you already have a backup solution, that’s great news. However, restoring from backups is never instantaneous.
Unlock the cloud, with no term contracts
Cloud computing offers processing power that is scale-able and flexible, allowing organisations to vary their needs. However, the majority of NZ-based
More on me: Deidre Steyn, ICONZ Webvisions
It may have been a long and winding road to get there, but for Deidre Steyn, the technology industry was always going to be a natural fit for her talents.
ICONZ-Webvisions: Cloud for the masses
UFB is levelling the playing field and boosting potential cloud uptake says Deidre Steyn, ICONZ-Webvisions general manager, managed hosting, ANZ.
At the helm of one of NZ's original success stories
Deidre Steyn tells David Williams how she is relishing the role of general manager at one of New Zealand’s original internet success stories.
Iconz-Webvisions reveals leadership change at the top
"The timing is perfect for iWV to re-assert our leadership in this arena."
ICONZ-Webvisions return to their internet roots
In a world suffering from serious time poverty, New Zealand’s hunger for Ultra Fast Broadband has reached breaking point.
SaaS: The Future for Software Developers
Many software developers have built their business from the ground up, starting with a can-do attitude and a few bits of kit in the garage.
Exeed signed up to the ICONZ-Webvisions distribution deal
Exeed is partnering with local cloud hosting provider ICONZ to tap offer resellers new cloud services.
Export yourself to the cloud
The NZ tech sector is well known for companies that are innovative, nimble and quick to market.
Grow your business not your server room
Where would you invest $100,000 in your business today if given the chance?
ICONZ-Webvisions appoints new Country Manager
Marketing Manager is promoted to Australia & New Zealand Country Manager
ICONZ-Webvisions help NZ companies expand
As business models change, Kiwi companies are looking to take advantage of the power of the internet, using cloud technologies.
ICONZ name change cracks Asia-Pacific cloud
Majority shareholder changes cloud computing experts to ICONZ-Webvisions.
ICONZ aims to break cloud barriers
Kiwi cloud computing specialists ICONZ have restructured their client packages based on customer demand and the results of a recent customer survey on barriers preventing businesses from shifting to the cloud.
How do I hype thee, let me count the ways?
Now I’m just as guilty as anyone when it comes to hyping the heck out of things and often ask myself why.