NZCS news stories
Behind the scenes of Kiwi distributor NZ Computer Sales
New Zealand Computer Sales was established in 1995 to provide New Zealand businesses and beyond with quality, affordable, ready-for-use electronics.
NZCS asks, what’s in a name?
Members vote overwhelmingly in favour of name change. We investigate.
Crunch time for cloud providers
The soon-to-be-renamed New Zealand Computer Society (NZCS) has released the full version of its Cloud Computing Code of Practice.
NZCS releases draft 'CloudCode'
Feedback sought for document setting out standards for cloud providers.
NZCS seeks partners for schools project
Contributions needed to help drive programme promoting ICT as a career: CEO.
IT industry to establish code of practice for cloud
Businesses and advocacy organisations combine to develop standards around new technology.
IRD re-thinks decision on failed software
Dunne says businesses will still be able to claim tax deductions.
You’re all talk
Did you ever realise how pivotal headset technology is in setting the pace of business? asks Mike Powrie, Managing Director for Jabra, Australia and New Zealand
In the right headspace
As contact centre stress levels skyrocket, in comes BE Intent with its calming workplace wellness tools that aim to move staff into a more constructive state of mind. BE Intent CEO Suzanne Hall and PhD Developer Dr Sam Alexander reveal more
Cresting the adoption wave
Is there a market for hosted contact centre solutions? From basic PBX functionality to sophisticated call centre technology.
We’re ready to collaborate
While not a UFB bidder, TelstraClear, like all telcos, will nevertheless be impacted by the roll out of a new fibre network.
Get down to brass tacks
Operating in a dynamic market, telcos are facing exponentially increasing requirements for network bandwidth, growing competition from non-traditional
Open access fibre heralds a new industry paradigm
The sooner New Zealand’s fibre to the premises build is underway the better, says Nigel Purdy, General Manager of Hawke’s Bay’s local fibre company, UnisonFibre
The skinny on SIP
What is SIP trunking technology and how can it benefit New Zealand businesses? James Meharry, Product Marketing Manager, CallPlus, answers nine FAQs.
The Jury’s out on SIP
For something that many industry insiders are calling "the next big thing in telecommunications", finding information on SIP and SIP trunking was more difficult than Rachael Sutton first imagined it would be.
IT leaders gather to celebrate 50 years of innovation
The New Zealand Computer Society drafts in big names for a one-off conference "like no other".
Seagate and Samsung tackle SSD together
Joint development and licensing agreement signed to create the future of solid state drives for enterprises.
IE9 available soon
Microsoft has announced that the beta version of its new web browser, Internet Explorer 9, will be available for download soon.