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Scott Bartlett to head Kordia's Aussie & NZ operations
Kordia has announced that Scott Bartlett will be taking up the role of Group CEO, responsible for both the company's NZ and Australian operations.
Kordia adds managed security service provider to title
Telecommunications firm Kordia NZ to integrate AlienVault USM platform to security arsenal.
Kordia speaks out against Chorus and NZ Telco infrastructure
"New Zealand’s UFB network started off with such promise. Do we really want Chorus becoming the NBN of New Zealand?"
Thinxtra Kordia partnership moves IoT from talk to action
"The partnership will allow enterprises and Government to progress from talking about the Internet of Things, to the widespread deployment of it.
Kordia half year after-tax profit soars 5683%
Kordia has smashed its forecast half year after tax profit, more than doubling its forecast to record $5.8m profit despite a $10m security spend.
Kordia ups cyber-security game with $10.2m Aura acquisition
Kordia is expanding its cyber-security portfolio, snapping up up Wellington-based Aura Information Security in a $10.2 million deal.
Opinion - It’s all upside for Kordia from here
A lot has happened for Kordia in recent years. We take a look at how the company has transformed itself into a key provider for large enterprises.
Kordia partners with Vadacom for NZ's medium enterprises
Kordia's partnership with Vadacom bundles feature-rich phone system with lines and data for MEs - no capital expenditure required.
Kordia targets backup and recovery with new service
Kordia has launched an enterprise backup and recovery service which it claims has saved trialists up to eight hours a month on backup procedures.
Kordia launches new streaming platform, scores Parliament contract
The new streaming platform provides an end-to-end solution to remove all the complexity of delivering video feeds to the internet.
Kordia enters partnership with Vadacom, expands NZ offerings
Kordia has partnered with Vadacom to deliver a cloud-based PBX solution with lines and calling bundled together in one bill.
Kordia dips a toe into the NZ medium-enterprise market
Kordia is targeting medium-enterprise (ME) businesses, diversifying its offerings to provide technology and service options at more affordable prices.
Kordia turns to profit in 1H as Australian business improves
Kordia Group, the broadcasting and telecommunications network operator, turned to a profit in the first half on an improved performance at its Austra
Kordia first Australasian telco to go live with Microsoft Azure
Kordia, the Auckland based telecommunications provider, has gone live on Microsoft Azure’s ExpressRoute service.
Web security as a business enabler
Westcon Imagine 2014 - Can security boost productivity? For some Kordia customers, that’s certainly proving to be the case.
Planning important in leap to fibre, says Kordia
Before making the jump to fibre, there are some things to consider. Kordia's Murray Goodman outlines them and a possible planning process.
Kordia takes hit following poor Aussie results...
Kordia Group has posted a loss of $8.6 million for the year ending June 30 – down 336% on last year's $3.7 million profit.
State of Orcon; Timeline of events…
Orcon’s on the market, again. Less than a year after Kordia sold the ISP to a buyer group of Kiwi businesspeople, the firm is once again being touted to bidders. Check out Techday’s run-down of events during the past twelve months...
Finally, a Lync solution that works...
After trying numerous internet service providers to get its Microsoft Lync unified communications services operational, an Auckland-based IT services provider turned to Kordia for its Microsoft Lync certified OnKor offering.
State of Orcon; We dig the dirt
"I can assure you the company is solvent," Orcon chief executive Greg McAlister says. "Every month as an organisation our board has to have confidence that the business is solvent and they do."
What got Kiwis talking in the NZ Channel market last year...
Geoff Hunt, Des Ling, Alicia Keys, a struggling Trade Me rival, the Samsung S4, the newly released Microsoft Office, a desperate Renaissance, a $80m telco sale plus more - find out what made the news during 2013 in the New Zealand channel market...
Farewell to analogue as digital switchover completed
With a quick press of a button, Broadcasting Minister Craig Foss has brought to an end more than 60 years of analogue television and moved television broadcasting across the country into the digital world.
Kordia Connect - helping SMBs connect the dots of convenience
Both the use of phone and internet are crucial tools for any business of any size, whether it be in New Zealand or across the world.
Kordia's NZ business ready for analogue TV switch-off
Kordia Group has boosted after-tax profit 46 per cent to $10.7m ($7.3m in FY12) for continued operations in the 12 months to 30 June 2013.