Wellington news stories - Page 3
Rapid expansion of Uber NZ continues with Wellington
Uber NZ is continuing to grow with Uber Wellington now live.
Calling all hackers... Wellington Hackathon fast approaching
On November 1-2, geeks, freaks, and residents are coming together to hack Wellington City in the heart of Miramar, Wellington’s creative suburb.
Capital-gains as ICT pros earn more in Wellington...
If you’re part of the tech sector in Wellington, the great news for employees is you’re likely to earn the most staying put in the capital.
What makes Wellington great in the global ICT space...?
A tech-orientated city brimming with potential, Wellington continues to excel both at home and abroad...
Wellington IT pros… What are YOU earning?
Who’s earning what in the tech capital of New Zealand? We take a look.
2degrees unveils free Wellington WiFi trial
"If the trial is successful, it has the potential to be used as a blueprint for 2degrees’ WiFi offerings in other parts of the country."
NZ ICT market dries up as professionals seek lucrative contracts
A skills shortage is being felt in New Zealand’s booming ICT industry where professionals are reverting to contracting to reap the financial rewards.
Wellington Council privacy breach - FAQ
Following news that Wellington City Council's parking services contractor, Tenix Solutions, inadvertently released personal information of 120,000 New Zealanders, here are some FAQs to help put Kiwi minds at rest.
Wellington Council admits accidental data leak reached 120,000 Kiwis
Late last month, Wellington City Council's parking services contractor, Tenix Solutions, inadvertently released bulk personal information to an individual who made a routine information request earlier this year.
Wellington makes its high-tech mark internationally
Wellington is the high-tech capital making its mark internationally, with the region having the greatest number of New Zealand’s fastest growing high-
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Solar energy for Wellington schools
Teachers and students in 16 Wellington schools will be soon able to analyse their solar energy usage online thanks to a new joint venture between Wellington City Council and Genesis Energy.
Chorus awaits Wellington earthquake approval
Telco hopes to return to buildings across Wellington, Seddon and Blenheim today pending structural examinations following yesterday's earthquake, admitting network disruptions could be possible.
Capital gains as ICT demand grows
ICT talent in Wellington will continue to be in high demand throughout 2013.
Wellington goes wild for smartphones
Hands up who remembers old-school rotary-dial telephones? It seems they’re fast becoming a distant memory for most Kiwis.
CityLink changes capital’s connectivity
Newly named CityFi, the premium network aims to become ‘less clunky’ and more convenient allowing customers to easily log on without usernames or passwords.
Payroll in the cloud
Wellington company clocks up $2 billion in payroll transactions.
Wellington firm adds rupee symbol to font range
Technology design firm among the first typefoundries to issue new symbol.
Wellys goes Wi-Fi for all
Wellington City to offer free, public Wi-Fi in time for Rugby World Cup.
SAS conference comes to Wellington
Software and services event expected to draw in 250 IT executives from around New Zealand.
Sitecore and Cucumber partner for continued growth
Sitecore continues to solidify its presence in New Zealand with the expansion of its partner program to include Tauranga-based online strategy, creative and project management agency, Cucumber.
Play Rock Band, win prizes
Wellingtonians! Live out your rock-and-roll fantasies live on stage at the San Francisco Bath House, support a good cause and possibly win prizes while you're at it! Musical talent optional!
TelstraClear launches HD T-Box
TVNZ partnership signed for high definition personal video recorder and free channels.
IPANZ Excellence Awards finalists named
The finalists for the Institute of Public Administration New Zealand (IPANZ) Gen-i Public Sector Excellence Awards have been revealed.
Porn yes, vids & music, no
Downloading porn is okay, but downloading copyrighted video or music is less so, according to a new survey.