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Third platform driving IT services spend
ANZ is expected to record a small increase in IT services growth next year, with the overall APeJ IT services spend forecast to grow 6.5%.
The end of an era for the NZ IT industry
The first of December signals the end of a family’s role in a business that has been delivering IT solutions to Kiwi businesses for almost 25 years.
Cloud to drive IT services spend up in 2016
Cloud is expected to drive IT services spend up in 2016, with hosting infrastructure services a key growth area for the channel.
Geeks on Wheels rolls into new HQ
Geeks on Wheels has a new headquarters in the centre of the nation’s capital, open extended hours, seven days a week.
Datacom topples Spark as NZ's biggest IT services provider
Datacom, the privately-held IT services firm, surpassed Spark New Zealand as the country's biggest information technology services provider.
Boom times for cloud services as NZ businesses jump onboard
Cloud-based services in NZ are expected to record a staggering 15-27% CAGR out to 2019 according to a new IDC report, with IT budgets also on the up.
IRD happy with business transformation-lead Accenture
The Inland Revenue Department is happy with lead provider Accenture to overhaul its 30-year-old information technology system in a major transformatio
Rackspace targets ANZ region with DevOps offering
Rackspace, the managed cloud company, has announced it’s launching its DevOps Automation Service in Australia and New Zealand.
Channel partners choose managed services over public cloud
A new Canalys survey shows managed services are more important to the channel than the public cloud.
Expo invites SMBs to weigh up supply partners
Inaugural event offers unique opportunity to compare providers of services like telecommunications and IT.
Kiwi reseller snaffles Aussie business
MiIT lands two clients with 'one stop shop' solution, plans to set up across the Tasman before the year is out.
Innovation key for 2012
Reduced IT spend look set to become the new norm in 2012, forcing CIOs to ‘just get on with it’ according to industry analysts IDC, who also predict changes ahead for service providers.
2010 IT services market ends on a high
The number of deals signed in Q4 made for an unexpected boom in the fourth quarter across Asia Pacific, says Ovum.