By Stephen Bell Wellington, Thursday, 20 December, 2007 The NZ Defence Force and Ministry of Social Development are taking a novel joint-bidding approach to refreshing their organisations’ desktop and notebook computers.
Archive for 2007
Xero loses sales exec, gains others UK and local appointments made By David Watson Auckland, Monday, 17 December, 2007 – Computerworld NZ Online accounting start-up Xero has lost another senior executive. Earlier this year, former chief financial officer Paul Gardner left, and now Anthony Bishop, who was recruited in April from global business intelligence software […]
If Java Web Frameworks is of interest then you should definitely attend Wellington’s Java User Group meeting this month, as Thilo Frotscher will be talking on this topic. Thilo is a Software Architect whom specialises in Enterprise Java, Web Services and XML. Thilo works as a freelancer he spends most of the year contributing to […]
MSD in negotiations with Gen-i and Vodafone. By Computerworld staff Auckland | Friday, 7 December, 2007 The Ministry of Social Development has ditched TelstraClear and is in contract negotiations with Gen-i and Vodafone for its telecommunications services. The new telecommunications service contract will provide for all data, voice and mobility communications connectivity throughout the ministry, […]
by Ken Lewis World leading New Zealand research has turned conventional thinking about computer use on its head, revealing that most of us spend as little as 2.4 hours a day actively engaged with our machines and nearly half of that is spent on emails or surfing the net.