Kordia stories - Page 2
Kordia launches Women in Tech scholarship at the University of Waikato
The scholarship is established to acknowledge and support up-and-coming female talent and future technology leaders.
Kordia's new IoT store encourages NZ businesses to 'have a go'
Chances are there will be at least one IoT use case in every business, and there’s a demonstrable return on investment.
Kordia introduces Direct Routing for Microsoft Teams
The development makes Kordia the first telecommunications provider in New Zealand to enable this functionality.
Carbon Black updates endpoint security solution
Cb Protection 8.1 includes a new “File Delete” feature, allowing customers to meet PCI DSS standards to replace legacy antivirus.
Fitzroy Engineering selects Kordia for SD-WAN rollout
“With reduced total cost through centralised management, the appeal of SD-WAN is apparent."
Kordia carries out NZ's first live 4K UHD TV broadcast
We’re entering the new age of 4K broadcasting right here in New Zealand this week.
Suffered a data breach? Here’s how you manage the fallout
From a communications perspective, an incident response plan should do one thing: reassure your customers that you care.
Wise Group selects Kordia for 54 site SD-WAN rollout
SD-WAN will increase the overall flexibility, performance and capabilities of Wise Group’s Internet-based applications.
Look before you leap: An expert's take on the pros and cons of SD-WAN
At present SD-WAN has no agreed standard and, with so many vendor options in the market, it’s important for businesses to do their homework.
Ex-Dimension Data executive secures new sales role at Kordia Solutions
“We very much look forward to having him on board here at Kordia.”
Taitokerau Fibre Networks and Kordia upgrade Northland fibre link
Taitokerau Fibre Networks is 80% owned by three Iwi of Te Taitokerau (Te Rarawa, Ngati Whatua and Whaingaroa).
Mayday calls & drones: Ten things we bet you didn’t know about Kordia
The company can trace its heritage all the way back to the early 1920s when the AM first broadcast was made.
Telco market: ComCom sums up the biggest moves of 2017
The increase in IoT networks came after one specialist IoT network, KotahiNet, commenced operations in 2016.
Kordia completes IoT network that reaches 94% of population
The Sigfox network was built by IoT rollout experts, and Thinxtra network partner, Kordia.
Self-monitoring trash cans & smart dairy herds: Spark rolls out IoT network
“While we currently have 60% of rural and urban New Zealand covered, we’ll be working to extend that to 70% by July this year."
Exclusive interview: Kordia CEO tackles one of tech's biggest issues
"The tech community is very male, very pale and it's at risk of going very stale."
Kordia ditches old business model in media division makeover
Kordia New Zealand is giving its media and broadcast division an extreme makeover in a move to ramp up its presence in the media market.
How smaller Kiwi telcos are gaining market share
But why are we seeing an increase in market share by the smaller telcos at a time where fewer and fewer exist?
Exploring why culture is key to effective cybersecurity
Human error, oversight – or plain old gullibility – are all a hacker’s dream.
Interview: Aura Information Security explores Cybersecurity-as-a-Service
Aura Information Security’s Michael Warnock on solving mid-market concerns around cybersecurity.
NZ firms pick up the pace on cybersecurity savviness
“Over half of New Zealand businesses now acknowledge their risk of falling victim to cybercrime."
Kordia & Unitec launch Cyber Excellence Scholarship Programme
Kordia and Unitec will nurture NZ's future cybersecurity talent as part of a new scholarship programme for Bachelor of Computing Systems students.
Kordia ramps up RedShield push with new appointments
Kordia has upped its cybersecurity play with the appointment of a cyber security country manager and a channel manager to push RedShield.
Using robotics, IoT & data analytics to clean up NZ’s waterways
“There is now a push to make all New Zealand’s waters and rivers swimmable again."