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Samsung TVs to bring Kiwis Spark Sport
Samsung Electronics New Zealand has announced its support for the Spark Sport smart TV app, in a move that makes it the first brand to do so.
Gallery: Lenovo’s glamorous top local partners for 2018
The awards recognise excellence after a successful year in channel growth.
Spark predicts what 2018 will be like for Kiwi enterprises
"The attacks used against corporations are always shifting, therefore the way in which we defend and respond is constantly evolving too."
Photo gallery: Lenovo honours local partners at gala awards
Dicker Data, Ingram Micro, Datacom, Data#3 and New Era IT were among the winners at this year’s Lenovo Business Partner Gala Awards, held on Saturday.
NZ energy retailer shifts into cloud after nine month migration
It’s clear that digitisation is continuing its steady march onward, with another major Kiwi company migrating to the cloud.
Equinox IT snares Spark Digital digital transformation expert
Equinox IT has hired industry veteran David Reiss, joining the company after 14 years at Spark Digital.
Spark Digital's tech takes Skybus services to new heights
Skybus commends Spark digital as the reason why its Auckland Airport to city bus service is now a internet hub for customers and tourists.
Spark Digital inks first Kiwi commercial Galaxy S7 deal for Samsung
Spark Digital has made the first commercial sale of Samsung Electronic's new flagship Galaxy S7, with a deal for 1600 devices for Opus.
Revera nets $45-$60 million Inland Revenue data centre contract
Revera has won an NZ$45-$60 million contract to design and supply data centre services for New Zealand's Inland Revenue.
Spark snaps up CCL in $50m deal
Spark New Zealand has acquired CCL for $50 million in a move designed bolster Spark’s cloud services capabilities and its South Island business.
NZ Govt TaaS supply panel named
Spark Digital, Vodafone and Datacom are among the 12 companies appointed to the New Zealand Government telecommunications-as-a-service supply panel.
Spark Digital wins APAC Partner of the Year for Trend Micro
Spark Digital has scooped the top Asia Pacific honour at Trend Micro’s 2015 Global Partner Summit, bringing home the Asia Pacific Partner of the Year.
Spark Digital taps mobile for temporary fibre WAN alternative
Spark Digital is leveraging mobile to deliver a WAN service for Kiwi companies still waiting for fibre installation.
NZRB undergoes business transformation with Spark Digital
New Zealand Racing Board has signed a five-year deal with Spark Digital to redesign its IT infrastructure and change how it delivers internet services
Southern Institute of Technology upgrades with Allied Telesis
“SIT needed a world class vendor with proven technology to help them move to a future-proof, next-generation solution.”
Spark Digital launches app marketplace for businesses
Spark Digital has launched a fully integrated software-as-a-service marketplace enabling businesses to buy and manage software from an app store.
Rising stars shine in Microsoft NZ Partner Awards
Newcomers mounted a challenge to the familiar faces at last night’s Microsoft New Zealand 2015 Partner Awards, and the winners were...
Spark Digital snaps up Cisco award
Spark Digital has taken out top honours as Cisco’s Innovation Partner of the Year at the vendors Partner Insight Awards.
Spark Digital signs M2M deal with world's largest electronic security firm
The 5-year deal provides ADT with access to Spark Connected Mobility service allowing it to expand into regions where analogue is unavailable.
Spark Digital focuses on cloud and data centres with new leadership
Spark Digital has today announced Mike Smith will join the company’s leadership team in a newly created role as general manager for Cloud, Infrastructure and Data Centres.
Spark Digital new head of marketing a "real coup"
Spark Digital has today announced the appointment of Mark Redgrave as its new head of marketing.
Spark joins Dunedin’s Gigatown party
Spark Gigabit broadband plans and GigaWiFi coming to Dunedin next year
Ernst and Young chooses Spark Digital as NZ telco partner
Ernst and Young (EY) has chosen Spark Digital as its partner for all New Zealand telecommunications services.
InterCity buses offer free onboard Wi-Fi with Spark
From this summer travellers and tourists will benefit from seamless 3G and 4G mobile Wi-Fi across New Zealand’s largest passenger transport network.