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Sage offers ERP X3 Industry Solutions Program
Sage Business Solutions has rolled out its ERP X3 Industry Solutions Program, which it says signals ‘a new strategic approach’ and will enable the company to further develop its ERP solution for the mid-market, Sage ERP X3.
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HDS Makes Play for clouds
Hitachi Data Systems says it is ‘making a major channel play’ with the launch of the first products in a portfolio of converged data centre solutions designed to automate, accelerate and simplify cloud adoption.
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Debtor Daddy launched with Xero connection
Save time and energy with this innovative new service that automatically chases your debtors.
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10th anniversary approaches for MEF
Predictions suggest Carrier Ethernet market will continue to grow.
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Huge growth forecast in business software market
Analyst’s report predicts 8.4% increase in Asia-Pacific region.
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New Facebook suit launched
Vinklevoss twins return to court a day after giving up Supreme Court appeal.
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Getting IT Right improves IT
Providing businesses with a framework to improve IT is the goal of recent updates to the Getting IT Right website.
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Bankless currency exchange site makes NZ debut
A person-to-person currency exchange site has expanded its operations to include New Zealand.
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Charge your mobile in the woods
A new USB-enabled saucepan allows users to charge their cellphone without a power outlet
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Southern Cross successfully trials 100Gbps equipment
Southern Cross Cables expect to hit 100Gbps target ahead of time.
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Xirrus appoints new ANZ country manager
New country manager brings 'unbeatable experience' to the wireless networking company
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Ministry of Science and Innovation fleshes out senior team
The fledgeling Ministry of Science and Innovation has finished up its deputy chief executive hirings
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Net24 sells Cables Direct operation
TechDay spoke with Jon Tyce of Accounting Direct about the company's recent acquisition of the business from Net24
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Sir Richard Branson to speak at MS partner meet
The founder of the Virgin Group will address attendees at Microsoft World Partner Conference
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Ning and Ustream team
Ning and Ustream aim to make live audio and video stream available from any device
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Domino's NZ: mobile is way of pizza ordering future
Domino's Pizza has high hopes for its new mobile ordering site.
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Internet traffic to multiply sevenfold by 2015
Internet traffic set to septuple by 2015, with video accounting for large portion.
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Coaching a championship team
Contact Centre Consultant Kelly Brickley shows you how to get improved performance out of your contact centre team.
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Plan for disasters
CCiNZ, in partnership with CRM Consulting, recently hosted an event on Business Continuity and Disaster recovery planning.
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Here’s looking at you - Video face-off looming
After a couple of decades of pixelated promises, videoconferencing and its big brother telepresence are shaping up to be a game changer, offering quality face time and smart interactive tools at the desktop or at meeting rooms that resemble TV studio
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Greening the data centre
The first and most important step to any ‘greening project’ is the recognition that simple, effective solutions exist right now, and often don’t entail a significant investment
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Cloud as foundation for sustainable organisations
There are plenty of green benefits from Cloud computing, says Alison Rowe, Global Executive Director Sustainability, Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand.
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CA puts Cloud in a box
CA Technologies' Cloud in a Box offering allows businesses to deploy cloud services in a matter of hours
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Fitch follows suit with Telecom downgrade rating
Credit ratings organisation Fitch is the second such organisation to downgrade Telecom in light of Chorus split announcement