Datagrid takes their carbon neutral vision south
Internationally backed data company 'New Zealand Datagrid' plans to build a carbon-neutral $1bn data center in Makarewa near Invercargill.
Report - Nine tips for tech companies to maximise growth
Kiwi high-growth companies have 40% more salespeople than non-high-growth firms, according to the 2018 Market Measures survey.
Survey to explore high-performing tech firms' marketing secrets
The ninth annual Market Measures survey aims to gain feedback from at least 300 New Zealand tech firms about how they market and sell their products.
IT community asked to give a little - or a lot - in fundraising drive
The Kiwi IT sector has a chance to give back to a man who has given much to the sector, with a fundraising drive for cancer treatment for David Downs.
Kiwi businesses need to engage more with Asia opportunities - NZTech chair
Kiwi firms are keen to establish business ties with Vietnam and other Asian countries, according to Mitchell Pham, chairman of NZTech and FinTechNZ.
A brief history of Claudia Batten & her contribution to tech in NZ
Batten believes that New Zealand must be part of the digital world to close the geographic divide, remain relevant, and increase its prosperity.
There's no stopping this Kiwi startup
Wellington-born startup, AREA360, has received $5.5 million investment from a US technology venture group, and is expanding into the American market.
Kiwi company Milmeq wins innovation award after doubling export revenue in two years
Milmeq, which designs, engineers and manufactures systems for primary food processing, has doubled export revenue in the past two years.
Kiwi VMob expands into Japan and US markets
Co-investment from New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE) spread over three years will help VMob expand into these markets.
Silicon Valley tech trip fast-tracks business growth
Successful trade mission to America for Kiwis as companies follow up potential breakthrough leads in the industry.
Online advertising specifications
New specs for online ads unveiled: Formats include HTML to Flash with size limits set for optimal display across platforms.
Print advertising specifications
NetGuide and TechDay unveil their latest print ad specifications, guiding businesses on how to prep for impactful visual marketing.
Pacific Fibre raises $5.5 million
Pacific Fibre secures NZ$5.5m to link Australia, NZ, and the USA with fibre optic cable, backed by San Fran investor Peter Thiel.
Dawn of War II collector's edition detailed
THQ unveils collector's edition for Dawn of War II: Retribution, featuring exclusive wargear, art, and a treasure trove for fans, out March 4.
Myspace on the ropes again
News Corp's struggling social network site is shedding half its global workforce as part of a major restructure.
FileMaker begins 2011 with a 60% discount
FileMaker launches a bold 60% discount on its business database app for iPhone and iPad, aiming to boost mobile productivity.
Verizon iPhone confirmed
Verizon finally confirms iPhone 4 availability from Feb 10, ending months of speculation and pairing Apple's tech with Verizon's network.
Mighty Ape launches Marketplaces - squares up to Trade Me
Mighty Ape challenges Trade Me with the launch of its innovative 'Marketplaces', transforming how people sell pre-loved entertainment items online.
Building World Class Companies
New Zealand has plenty of world class ICT intellectual property - the challenge is to leverage off it to build global scale companies and that’s where the government can help.