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NCS expands Microsoft collaboration, offering innovative solutions in Asia Pacific
Mon, 15th Jan 2024
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cloud services
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microsoft
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hybrid cloud
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.
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NCS & Microsoft boost AI & cloud tech collaboration
Mon, 15th Jan 2024
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cloud services
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hybrid cloud
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microsoft
NCS invests in an enhanced collaboration with Microsoft to expedite AI and cloud solutions' integration in APAC, ushering in innovation and growth.
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Kiwi firms risk IP loss through unchecked AI use – report
Tue, 7th Nov 2023
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compliance
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convergence
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productivity
Kiwi companies could lose their intellectual property through unchecked artificial intelligence use, warns Convergence.
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Kordia Group appoints Joshua Reedy as new CISO
Thu, 16th Mar 2023
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soc
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university of waikato
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computer science
Kordia Group hires Joshua Reedy from Vodafone as Chief Information Security Officer, responsible for internal cyber security posture and team leadership.
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WyreStorm partners with Sealoc for weatherproof AV product
Wed, 14th Dec 2022
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weather
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av
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ip
WyreStorm has partnered with Sealoc to release the industry’s first weather-protected audio visual (AV) over internet protocol (IP) receiver.
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WyreStorm unveils new video bars and an HD video system
Fri, 16th Sep 2022
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ai
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ip
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av
WyreStorm has released new products, including two video bars and a high-definition (HD) video system, to improve customers' audio and video experience.
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Organisations exposing highly sensitive protocols to public internet
Thu, 11th Aug 2022
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bi
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big data
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data analytics
More than 60% of organisations expose remote control protocol SSH to the public internet, while 36% of organisations expose the insecure FTP protocol.
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768K day - the day the Internet breaks (again)?
Mon, 17th Jun 2019
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network management
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sdn
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network infrastructure
Impending 768k Day could trigger web outages, mimicking the chaos of 2014's 512k Day disruption.
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Making the most out of IPv6 deployment
Fri, 16th Nov 2018
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network management
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network infrastructure
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sdn
IPv6 is the latest version of the Internet Protocol, which identifies devices across the internet so they can be located.
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New Zealand’s IPO number one in the world, review finds
Mon, 20th Mar 2017
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physical security
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intellectual property
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nz
New Zealand's Intellectual Property Office has been ranked number one worldwide for its online capabilities by the World Trademark Review.
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KPMG Australia ups ante, officially enters software market
Fri, 30th Sep 2016
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bi
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big data
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smartphones
KPMG Australia enters the software market with new digital services platform, launching R-D Edge and ESS Reporter tools.
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Dell 'disaggregates' OS10; opens up new flexibility for data centers
Fri, 22nd Jan 2016
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storage
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network infrastructure
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colocation
Dell has launched its new ‘disaggregated’ OS10, which it says will provide new levels of software flexibility and programmability for data centers.
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Microsoft to partners: Build your own IP
Wed, 2nd Sep 2015
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microsoft
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sharepoint
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digital marketing
Building and monetising your own IP is a crucial factor in the success of channel partners, Microsoft says, with the company outlining some options.
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Douglas Pharmaceuticals diversifies, shoots for near quarter-billion dollar turnover
Fri, 13th Feb 2015
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jobs
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us
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nz
Douglas Pharmaceuticals, New Zealand's largest developer and manufacturer of generic pharmaceuticals, is targeting annual revenues of $244 million.
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GlycoSyn seeks new customers for drug ingredient worth 20 times more than gold
Wed, 5th Nov 2014
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physical security
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cancer
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intellectual property
GlycoSyn is seeking new global customers for kifunensine, a key ingredient in the manufacture of a drug for the treatment of rare genetic disorders.
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NZ tech firm nails down US wireless deal
Tue, 7th Jan 2014
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market
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wireless power consortium
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powerbyproxi
New Zealand firm PowerbyProxi has signed an agreement with US semiconductor company Texas Instruments to supply wireless power and charging solutions.
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Considerations for outsourcing Business Analysis
Fri, 12th Oct 2012
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cloud services
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outsourcing
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project management
Outsourcing is probably one of the most debated topics within the software industry, read here for the pros and cons.
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Kiwi tech firm acquires Australian rival
Mon, 21st Nov 2011
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brisbane
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auckland
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idt nz
Time clocking and attendance software provider increases footprint across the Tasman.
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Sony goes all in on mobiles
Fri, 28th Oct 2011
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cloud services
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physical security
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ericsson
Ericsson bought out of 50% stake in handset business for NZ$1.8 billion.
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Following the hedgehog’s path to success
Thu, 1st Sep 2011
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it automation
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partner programmes
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it infrastructure
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.
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Aastra rolls out local channel programme
Fri, 1st Jul 2011
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microsoft
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uc
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mobility
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.
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Telecommunications 8 Review July 2010 industry voices Qualcomm Its a jungle out there
Thu, 1st Jul 2010
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amazon
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nz
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internet
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.
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Father of the internet to promote IPv6 in NZ
Wed, 1st Jul 2009
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cloud services
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nz
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government
New Zealand set to accelerate adoption of IPv6, with 'Father of the Internet' Dr Vint Cerf to speak at key events.
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Landcorp ditches satellite
Mon, 1st Jun 2009
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broadband
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satellite
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landcorp
Landcorp ditches satellite service for Araneo wireless broadband, improving communication between farmers and central office.