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Spark’s robot wins big in Sydney
“It confirms for us that our approach to automation and what we are achieving is resulting in some great success.”
Spark refreshes Netflix offer for broadband customers
Customers who have already signed up for 12 months of Spark's 'Netflix on us', can now access a further 6 months.
Lightbox changes its platform in preparation for Lightbox movies
"We’ve decided to move to the Brightcove platform, which will give us the capability to expand and develop Lightbox."
How Spark’s transformation strategy impacted their bottom line
“As indicated at the end of the previous financial year, the transformation programme has associated costs of change."
TaaS panel supplier round-up - the big four and more
Since its launch in 2015, the TaaS panel has undergone a fair few changes, especially in recent days. We have a look at who is doing what, right now.
LPWAN market about to boom, hand-in-hand with IoT - IDC NZ
The low power WAN market is about to get competitive thanks to the rise of IoT, according to a new IDC NZ report.
The Warehouse Group creates new executive role to drive "crucial" IT transformation
“Our strategy is to fix the retail fundamentals and invest in our digital future."
Cisco, Samsung, Spark & Jupl push healthcare tech into Aussie market
The solution evolved as a result of thousands of hours of collaboration between Samsung, Cisco Jasper, Spark and Jupl.
Spark expands TaaS to offer end-to-end solutions
Spark offers services across the TaaS portfolio that include Cisco’s hosted collaboration solutions.
Revera picks up Dr. Lance O'Sullivan's company as first Azure Stack customer
"It works well with connections into the rural Far North; our teachers and community volunteers say the app is much faster than it used to be."
Survey reveals Kiwi telcos leaving consumers dissatisfied
"Vodafone needs to spend less on flashy advertising and more on sorting out its service."
Grant McBeath steps in as interim CEO of Spark HMB
Former CEO Jason Paris will take up an appointment with a global company offshore.
ComCom revisits backhaul study as Telco Act goes before parliament
The report was put on hold while the Government focused on its review of the Telecommunications Act.
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?
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."
Top digital opportunities for Kiwi SMBs going into 2018
"Technology will bring new ways to save time and money, but also bring increased competition.”
Top partners recognised at HPE awards
Ingram Micro, Spark and Datacom win big at the 2017 HPE Partner Awards
Who is going to buy Vocus NZ?
The Vocus Group is reportedly looking for $500 million for its NZ assets as it tries to decrease debt and steady the ship.
Lightbox and The Mind Lab team up to inspire young Kiwi inventors
“Mind Lab Kids is all about fun, discovery, collaboration and confidence building...”
ComCom makes final decision on what major telcos will contribute to $50m levy
Some providers pass the levy contribution onto consumers through a charge on their monthly bills.
Spark turns on 4.5G in central Taupo
Spark announced that Taupo has become the 30th site capable of achieving the fastest mobile data speeds in the country...
Microsoft challenging Spark, Datacom & other traditional IT services players, report finds
“Security has the highest stated importance from an investment perspective."
What will a telco be worth in 2018?
Big telcos buy small ones, and in recent years this has happened at a rapid rate in New Zealand, which means there are now fewer left to buy.
Deloitte celebrates winners of 2017 Top 200 business awards
"Some may have thought 2degrees were biting off more than they could chew, but the company changed market pricing and has shaken up the duopoly.”