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Tomizone acquires mystery MSP to give revenues a $1 million boost
The company says the acquisition is consistent with their growth strategy of acquiring businesses with complementary offerings.
Tomizone appoint new group MD in Aussie push
The company has appointed Matt Adams to the position, effective immediately, with a goal to grow its Australian presence.
New global CEO steps up for Tomizone
Tomizone's new chief executive, Geoff Wanless is eyeing up opportunities presented by internet of things to drive Tomizone growth moving forward.
Tomizone takes over Aussie banks
Tomizone, the managed WiFi services provider headquartered in Auckland, is rolling out its services to 200 more bank retail branches throughout Aussie
Where is Auckland's free Wi-Fi?
Auckland Council offers free Wi-Fi to residents and visitors to certain parts of the city. What parts?
Tomizone signs new Wi-Fi deal with Christchurch airport
Kiwi Wi-Fi success story Tomizone inks new deal with Christchurch International Airport, providing free Wi-Fi to six million passengers a year.
Tomizone seeks global CEO as Simms steps down
Kiwi Wi-Fi success story, Tomizone, is on the hunt for a new CEO, with co-founder Steve Simms, stepping down from the key role.
Kiwi company signs major North American partner
Kiwi Wi-Fi software company Tomizone has expanded its international footprint, signing a major service delivery partner in North America.
Auckland Council drops WiFI gender question following backlash
Auckland Council is removing a pop-up on its free Tomizone Wi-Fi, which asks users to select if they are male or female.
Tomizone, AU$5 million the richer, executes growth plan
Kiwi Wi-Fi company Tomizone is gearing up for a major assualt on international markets after securing AU$5 million in public capital funding.
Tomizone eyes major expansion following capital raising
Kiwi managed Wi-Fi service company Tomizone completes AU$5 million capital raising today as international sales pipeline 'explodes'.
Tomizone says Gidday Mate with Aussie acquisition
Tomizone ramping up for Australian expansion with reverse takeover on ASX
Tomizone set to unblock GayNZ.com
WiFi provider Tomizone is acting fast to reverse the blocking of Kiwi website GayNZ.com, after being originally blocked by internet filters.
Silicon Valley style 'NZ Computer Museum' edges closer to reality
Ambitious Auckland waterfront tourism attraction signs first of many sponsors.
Tomizone acquires Jimojo to expand Oz operations
Purchase of Jimojo and iRoom creates Australia’s largest accommodation Wi-Fi footprint.
Free wi-fi for Christchurch
Tomizone opens up its wi-fi hotspots in Christchurch to allow news and information to flow more freely.
Skype partners with Tomizone
Wi-fi hotspots across New Zealand to be made available to those with a Skype Access account.
Sophos gives away Mac anti-virus
No charge, no time limit and no registration. So what's the catch?
Your portable Office
We investigate how mobile devices are changing the way small businesses operate throughout New Zealand.
Location, location, location
Location-based advertising is still in its infancy, but according to a new study from ABI Research, businesses are primed to spend $US1.8 billion on it in 2015 as part of their overall mobile marketing budgets.
In the Water For Wellness
Next February, Greg Sharp, Managing Director of IT solutions and support company base 2 will attempt to swim the length of Lake Taupo to raise awareness of prostate cancer.
Finding friends – and customers
Engaging people when they’re out and about is the latest craze in social media, spearheaded by foursquare (foursquare.com)
USB s spread malware – survey
USB devices are a major emerging threat to the security of data in SMEs, according to a survey conducted by Panda Security.
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