IP / Internet Protocol stories
NCS expands Microsoft collaboration, offering innovative solutions in Asia Pacific
NCS deepens its partnership with Microsoft, intending to provide unique IP and technology solutions for businesses and governments in the Asia Pacific, backed by a dedicated Microsoft growth engine.
NCS & Microsoft boost AI & cloud tech collaboration
NCS invests in an enhanced collaboration with Microsoft to expedite AI and cloud solutions' integration in APAC, ushering in innovation and growth.
Kiwi firms risk IP loss through unchecked AI use – report
Kiwi companies could lose their intellectual property through unchecked artificial intelligence use, warns Convergence.
Kordia Group appoints Joshua Reedy as new CISO
Kordia Group hires Joshua Reedy from Vodafone as Chief Information Security Officer, responsible for internal cyber security posture and team leadership.
WyreStorm partners with Sealoc for weatherproof AV product
WyreStorm has partnered with Sealoc to release the industry’s first weather-protected audio visual (AV) over internet protocol (IP) receiver.
WyreStorm unveils new video bars and an HD video system
WyreStorm has released new products, including two video bars and a high-definition (HD) video system, to improve customers' audio and video experience.
Organisations exposing highly sensitive protocols to public internet
More than 60% of organisations expose remote control protocol SSH to the public internet, while 36% of organisations expose the insecure FTP protocol.
768K day - the day the Internet breaks (again)?
Impending 768k Day could trigger web outages, mimicking the chaos of 2014's 512k Day disruption.
Making the most out of IPv6 deployment
IPv6 is the latest version of the Internet Protocol, which identifies devices across the internet so they can be located.
New Zealand’s IPO number one in the world, review finds
New Zealand's Intellectual Property Office has been ranked number one worldwide for its online capabilities by the World Trademark Review.
KPMG Australia ups ante, officially enters software market
KPMG Australia enters the software market with new digital services platform, launching R-D Edge and ESS Reporter tools.
Dell 'disaggregates' OS10; opens up new flexibility for data centers
Dell has launched its new ‘disaggregated’ OS10, which it says will provide new levels of software flexibility and programmability for data centers.
Microsoft to partners: Build your own IP
Building and monetising your own IP is a crucial factor in the success of channel partners, Microsoft says, with the company outlining some options.
Douglas Pharmaceuticals diversifies, shoots for near quarter-billion dollar turnover
Douglas Pharmaceuticals, New Zealand's largest developer and manufacturer of generic pharmaceuticals, is targeting annual revenues of $244 million.
GlycoSyn seeks new customers for drug ingredient worth 20 times more than gold
GlycoSyn is seeking new global customers for kifunensine, a key ingredient in the manufacture of a drug for the treatment of rare genetic disorders.
NZ tech firm nails down US wireless deal
New Zealand firm PowerbyProxi has signed an agreement with US semiconductor company Texas Instruments to supply wireless power and charging solutions.
Considerations for outsourcing Business Analysis
Outsourcing is probably one of the most debated topics within the software industry, read here for the pros and cons.
Kiwi tech firm acquires Australian rival
Time clocking and attendance software provider increases footprint across the Tasman.
Sony goes all in on mobiles
Ericsson bought out of 50% stake in handset business for NZ$1.8 billion.
Following the hedgehog’s path to success
A year ago, Maclean Computing looked to hedgehogs for inspiration. Chris Maclean tells Heather Wright how the prickly critter has spawned new business for the company.
Aastra rolls out local channel programme
Enterprise communications company Aastra admits it ‘hasn’t been here for [New Zealand] resellers 100%’ but says that’s all about to change with plans for the company to be ‘reborn’ locally.
Telecommunications 8 Review July 2010 industry voices Qualcomm Its a jungle out there
2G. 3G. 4G. Anyone who has even momentarily lingered around the world of mobile broadband knows it can be a jungle of Gs – or generations – out there.
Father of the internet to promote IPv6 in NZ
New Zealand set to accelerate adoption of IPv6, with 'Father of the Internet' Dr Vint Cerf to speak at key events.
Landcorp ditches satellite
Landcorp ditches satellite service for Araneo wireless broadband, improving communication between farmers and central office.