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MuleSoft opens Melbourne office, snags ex-Aruba sales manager for Aussie team
"These investments build on MuleSoft’s longstanding commitment to the Asia Pacific region and continued demand from leading organisations."
join.me brings team video to mobile, starting with iOS
The popular online meeting and collaboration tool, join.me, has introduced a new and innovative way of connecting with your team.
How do NZ's SMEs really feel about cyber security, connectivity and more?
“By making it easy as possible for businesses in every sector to adopt the newest technologies, NZ’s economy will become even more competitive."
Intel kicks restructure into hyper-drive
“These actions drive long-term change to further establish Intel as a leader. I am confident that we’ll emerge as a more productive company."
New RBI tower brings greater connectivity to Kauaeranga Valley
“Broadband and mobile coverage to Kauaeranga Valley will ensure residents can use fast broadband, while visitors who come here can stay connected."
It’s good news for NZ’s internet: Hawaiki announces cable plans
Hawaiki Cable has confirmed it will build a submarine cable linking New Zealand, Australia and the United States.
Information security professionals may not be prepared for IoT after all
"Even with awareness of vulnerable devices at an all time high, information security professionals are not equipped to address the growing threats."
Victoria train lines to get mobile connectivity upgrade
“The Andrews Labor Government is committed to fixing mobile blackspots throughout the state and particularly along our major regional train lines."
Growing discord between demand for WiFi and building design
In the digital world where mobility reigns supreme, there is a growing gap between expectations of wireless customers and those who design buildings.
Connectivity tech drives innovation in rural New Zealand
The fourth annual MobileTech conference will take place in March next year and focus on innovative productivity tools for the rural sector.
Kordia Connect - helping SMBs connect the dots of convenience
Both the use of phone and internet are crucial tools for any business of any size, whether it be in New Zealand or across the world.
Rethinking the connected home
Resellers need to rethink network platforms and devices for the connected home, says Brad Findlay, Cisco Home Networking Business Unit New Zealand country manager.
VoIP-enable your customer’s workforce
VoIP, smartphones and better network connectivity allow cost-effective integrated voice communications for the mobile workforce and offer new revenue opportunities for resellers, says Cameron Beattie, Conversant founder and managing director.