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  • 2degrees makes market-changing Windows smartphone affordable Offers Nokia Lumia 800 free with new ‘talk as much as you like’ plan With the recent launch of the Nokia Lumia 800, Microsoft and Nokia hope to change the shape of New Zealand’s smartphone market. Now, 2degrees plans to make it easier for businesses and consumers to get their hands on it. 2degrees Chief Sales Officer, Mark Cleary, says 2degrees will offer the latest Windows Phones to customers, and make them more affordable for Kiwi businesses and consumers.
    Article - 2012-03-15 17:00
  • MasterCard Survey Reveals Trends in Mobile Uptake and Purchasing Habits New research[1] by MasterCard into online shopping has revealed that two thirds of New Zealanders have access to the internet through their mobile phones making them ready to start purchasing. The high rate of mobile internet penetration is a key enabler for the mainstream adoption of mobile commerce and positions New Zealand well to become a regional leader in this rapidly developing sector.
    Article - 2012-03-22 14:00
  • New Zealanders are among the highest users of overseas ATMs in the Asia-Pacific region and they like the convenience and safety of accessing their funds from abroad rather than loading up on cash prior to departure, according to Visa’s second annual Cash Access Survey.
    Article - 2012-04-10 16:24
  • The Government’s ultra-fast broadband (UFB) initiative is now underway in New Plymouth, bringing real gains to schools, medical facilities, businesses and residents. Minister for Communications and Information Technology Amy Adams this morning joined with Ultrafast Fibre Ltd to deploy the first UFB network in the New Plymouth CBD. Under the UFB initiative Ultrafast Fibre is contracted to roll out fibre-optic cable to about 163,000 premises in Hamilton, Tauranga, Wanganui, New Plymouth, Hawera and Tokoroa.
    Article - 2012-04-18 17:00
  • If you own a business or are part of the management team of a business you will no doubt be aware of the advantages to be gained by installing and using a customer relationship management or CRM system. This is an extremely valuable asset to your business as, no matter what kind of business you have, your relationship with your customer is of the utmost importance. If you are not sure if you have the right system in place for your business, you should consider just how valuable customer relationship management is to that business.
    Article - 2012-04-25 01:00
  • New Zealand robotics teams mentored by Massey University engineers have won the VEX Robotics World Championships in the United States for the fourth time running. Overall world champions are Onehunga High School, with other groups from the Kiwibots New Zealand team winning three of the four division championships. Otumoetai College, Tauranga, are the Mathematics Division Champions; Lynfield College, West Auckland, are the Science Division Champions; and Onehunga also took the top prize as Engineering Division Champions.
    Article - 2012-04-27 01:00
  • Dell today announced new hardware and software additions to its Virtual Network Architecture portfolio, an open networking framework for efficient IT management and workload intelligence. Dell introduced the Dell Force10 MXL 10/40GbE switch, its first 40 gigabit blade server switch for the Dell PowerEdge M1000e blade system, designed to support demanding workloads in traditional, virtual, public and private cloud environments.
    Article - 2012-04-27 21:05
  • American photographer Mitch Dobrowner has been announced as this year’s winner of the coveted L’Iris d’Or - the 2012 Sony World Photography Awards Photographer of the Year.
    Article - 2012-04-30 14:50
  • New Zealand – May 2, 2012: Polycom, Inc., (NASDAQ: PLCM) the global leader in standards-based unified communications (UC), today announced that it has established a new Solutions Centre and office in New Zealand, located in Auckland’s Central Business District (CBD).
    Article - 2012-05-02 15:31
  • In a New Zealand first, Wellington commuters can now “touch” their mobile phone to pay for their bus and taxi fare, thanks to 2degrees’ new Touch2Pay offer.  Using selected 2degrees handsets, this simpler, faster way to pay means no PIN, signature or cash are needed. The service is now operational in Wellington, where over 200,000 Snapper cards have already been issued.
    Article - 2012-05-04 01:00