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Keeping assets in order
A new asset management system has automated maintenance scheduling at Port Taranaki and given it just-in-time management of its spare parts inventory.
Kiwi CMS makes 'game changer' list
High profile technology editor adds kiwi CMS to top 30 global CMS list
IBM sucks SUN's NZ blood business dry
New Zealand Blood Service management system moved from SUN servers to IBM systems.
SAS conference comes to Wellington
Software and services event expected to draw in 250 IT executives from around New Zealand.
Sitecore and Cucumber partner for continued growth
Sitecore continues to solidify its presence in New Zealand with the expansion of its partner program to include Tauranga-based online strategy, creative and project management agency, Cucumber.
Telcos fail at customer service
New Zealand banks outshine telecommunications companies when it comes to customer service, says a new report.
Update: 10k winner hangs up on Apple
The winner of Apple's $10k prize, for downloading the 10 billionth app, hung up on iTunes VP Eddy Cue thinking it was a prank caller.
Shock as Schmidt cashes up $335 million from Google
Outgoing CEO of Google, Eric Schmidt, is cashing in over $335 million of the company's stock.
LittleBigPlanet 2 Interview
Media Molecule's Creative Director, Mark Healy, talks Game Console through Sackboy's mouth-watering second coming.
Ericsson names new country manager
Alfred Ling has been appointed to the position of Ericsson New Zealand Country Manager.
Bring Your Own Device, Voice Virtualisation Key Trends for the Future
Mobile phones will dominate, with businesses moving to a 'bring your own device' strategy and voice virtualisation will take on more importance in business' networks, according to survey results taken by Mitel.