Kiwibank stories - Page 2
New Kiwibank campaign imitates FPS game
‘Green ops’ ties a gaming motif into serious cinema-style promotion.
Hitachi wins Kiwibank virtual storage deal
The vendor has had a big win with quite a deep agreement to use it's virtualised storage systems.
Automated shut-downs a success
Kiwibank saves thousands by giving PCs evenings and weekends off.
PostShop finder app hit iTunes
New Zealand Post launches a PostShop finder application for iPhone.
Kaseya opens Auckland service centre
New Zealand and Ireland-based facilities to offer customers round the clock support and a more responsive, professional service.
2010 TUANZ Innovation winners announced
The 19th annual TUANZ Innovation award winners were revealed at a special ceremony in Auckland last night.
New Zealand-specific PlayStation news ahoy!
A press release has just landed from PlayStation packed with news specific to New Zealand. Read on to find out when Gran Turismo 5, PlayStation Move and new PS3 SKUs hit our shelves, and learn all about the MUBI service!
Connector offers Ruckus WiSE Guy training
Distributor becomes the only authorised training partner to offer Ruckus WiSE Guy certification in New Zealand.
See Metallica in Sydney with Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock
Activision New Zealand is giving 10 Kiwis a chance to catch the metal monsters at the Sydney leg of their World Magnetic Tour! Read on to find out how you can be in with a chance.
Vodafone snags Samsung’s Galaxy
Android-powered smartphone now available in New Zealand with a smaller model due next month.
Renaissance announces Direct Sales team
Direct sales into New Zealand education institutions and enterprises seen as a major growth area.
$50 million up for grabs
The New Zealand Venture Investment Fund has up to $50 million for innovative young New Zealand companies.
Mortal Kombat 'Shadows' trailer released
A gory new trailer drops for the upcoming Mortal Kombat reboot. Viewer discretion: features music by Disturbed.
HACKER’S DELIGHT: HACKS YOU CAN DO IN 5 MINUTES OR LESS
Here are ten (plus a few more) hacks that will get you well on the way to becoming a bona fide hacker in no time.
Strewth - Aussies face more web laws
fter raising a hue and cry with its planned mandatory internet filter, the Australian government is pondering a law requiring ISPs to disconnect users who don’t have a firewall...
YouTube too popular” to kill
Viacom called the ruling “fundamentally flawed and contrary to the language of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act."
Finland de clares broadban d a le gal ri ght
With recent developments such as Section 92A and the ACTA negotiations suggesting removal of internet access as a punishment for crimes such as copyright infringement, the questio
Trade Me switches onto SIP with the help of CallPlus
Smart businesses use smart technology to identify high-value customers and then lavish attention on them.
Why use an old landline to dial, when you can have VoIP?
Once the preserve of early adopters, VoIP is now a common form of voice delivery in the New Zealand workplace.
Exit Interview - Matt Crockett
On July 1st, four years to the day that he took over as the boss at Telecom’s wholesale division, Matt Crockett will wake up and no longer be a paid-up, senior member of New Zealand’s telecommunications industry.
From across the Tasman
Australia and New Zealand have been leading the world again, this time in what seems to be the crazy idea of government getting back into the "telco biz" as investors in networks.
New line in communication
Vector is leading the alliance of 19 lines companies and independent fibre companies called the New Zealand Regional Fibre Group (NZRFG).
Future perfect: telco in 2015
As we sit in what are the most tumultuous times that telecommunications has ever seen, I’ve been wondering what the eventual calm after the storm might look like.