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NZ Could Become Offshore Outsourcing Destination

Tuesday, 17 February 2004, 10:30 am | IDG

IT industry and Government must work closer together to make New Zealand an offshore outsourcing destination says IDC More >>

NZ building the ‘Advanced Information Society’

Tuesday, 24 June 2003, 5:58 pm | IDG

Research released today shows New Zealand is placed within the most advanced countries in the world in terms of our ability to access and absorb information, a massive jump of 11 places from 2002 rankings, says IDC. More >>

Portables market projected to grow 14.5% says IDC

Thursday, 12 June 2003, 3:50 pm | IDG

IDC forecasts that shipments of portables will reach 140,000 units in New Zealand by 2007, representing a growth of 14.5% CAGR from 2002, where unit shipments for portables were 71,237. More >>

Security Software market experiences growth

Friday, 6 June 2003, 2:31 pm | IDG

In a recently released report, Australia and New Zealand Security Software Forecast 2003 – 2007, IDC estimates that the New Zealand market for security software was NZ$35.99 million in 2002. This market has a CAGR of 17.1% and will reach NZ$89.1 ... More >>

Printer Market Weathered a Weak Q1 says IDC

Thursday, 5 June 2003, 2:20 pm | IDG

New Zealand's economic situation deteriorated in the first quarter of 2003, as a combination of factors such as the rising exchange rate against the US dollar, the power crisis and geopolitical concerns regarding the war in Iraq and the outbreak ... More >>

Revealing the 20 Best Places to Work

Tuesday, 21 January 2003, 8:35 am | IDG

These are just a snapshot of how New Zealand's best employers are treating their workers. The stories are revealed in the new Unlimited Best Places to Work, New Zealand largest employee survey. More >>

PCs & The Internet - NZ Beginner's Guide Released

Friday, 6 December 2002, 10:50 am | IDG

"An Absolute Beginner's Guide to Buying a PC and Connecting to the Internet" has just been published by IDG, publisher of PC World and Unlimited. More >>

Minister Unveils New Biotech Magazine

Tuesday, 19 November 2002, 3:40 pm | IDG

Just some of the curious and controversial stories in the first issue of new science and business magazine, Biotech Unlimited. More >>

Unlimited Wins Seven Magazine Awards

Monday, 28 October 2002, 9:04 pm | IDG

Unlimited magazine last week won seven awards - more awards than any other title at this year's New Zealand Magazine Awards. The haul takes to 35 the number of design and journalism awards won by the business magazine in just four years, including ... More >>

iMag's last issue November

Friday, 11 October 2002, 6:50 pm | IDG

iMag, published by IDG Communications, will cease publication after its November issue. iMag debuted a little under two years ago and has grown strongly, garnering a number of publishing awards and amassing a loyal following of some 91,000 readers* ... More >>

>>FFWD Into the Future

Thursday, 19 September 2002, 6:13 pm | IDG

IDG's new publication for the home entertainment and consumer electronics market will be titled >>FFWD from its launch in November. More >>

Record Newsstand Sales For Leading Magazines

Wednesday, 24 April 2002, 5:02 pm | IDG

Latest newsstand results show PC World, Internet Magazine and Unlimited, the leading newsstand titles from publisher IDG Communications Ltd, have all turned in record breaking sales performances - confirming the upward trend for magazines in general ... More >>

NZ Businesses Get A Helping Hand Into E-Business

Friday, 22 February 2002, 10:49 am | IDG

A recent survey of local firms* found a low level of participation in e-business. A guide, launched this week, should encourage more businesspeople to take the plunge online. More >>

IDG launches new IT training web site

Wednesday, 9 January 2002, 12:00 am | IDG

IDG Communications today launches TeachMe (teachme.co.nz) - an independent web site listing IT training and education courses from top IT training providers in New Zealand. More >>

New Zealand IT Spending On The Rise

Wednesday, 14 November 2001, 5:38 pm | IDG

A survey of top business decision makers has revealed that nearly half of all businesses surveyed intend spending more on information technology in the next 12 months than they did last year. Most of the rest will keep on spending as much as they did last ... More >>

Magazine Awards Hat-Trick For Publisher

Friday, 5 October 2001, 4:29 pm | IDG

triple victory for publisher IDG Communications at Magazine Publishers Association Awards, held last night in Auckland. More >>

Fast50 Co. Quest Shows NZ Business In Good Heart

Wednesday, 29 August 2001, 1:02 pm | IDG

We know where you are, but not what you do: The search for New Zealand’s 50 fastest growing businesses is throwing up some early regional trends, with entries now closed in the inaugural corporate growth search. More >>

Innovation And Can-Do Attitude Reaps Rewards

Tuesday, 10 July 2001, 8:40 am | IDG

Projects as varied as providing apparel for New Zealand’s Defence Force, a motor vehicle crash analysis system and the world’s first internet-based wool trading system were amongst the winners at the Computerworld Excellence Awards, held in Auckland ... More >>

Computerworld Excellence Awards - Winners

Tuesday, 10 July 2001, 8:39 am | IDG

WINNERS CEO IT Vision Jack Matthews, Telstra Saturn CIO of the Year Tony Darby, Auckland Regional Council Excellence in the use of IT for Decision Management Land Trans More >>

SearchNOW becomes the largest NZ Search Engine

Monday, 2 July 2001, 3:58 pm | IDG

New Zealand search site SearchNOW.co.nz has indexed over 3.2 million local web pages - making it easily New Zealand's largest search engine. More >>

 

 

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