TINTON FALLS, N.J. and AUCKLAND, New Zealand, July 2, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Commvault (NASDAQ: CVLT), a global leader in enterprise backup, recovery, archive and the cloud, today announced Two Degrees Mobile Limited (2degrees), New Zealand's newest full-service telecommunications provider, has extended its engagement with Commvault to include the deployment of Commvault HyperScale™ Software to support the modernisation of its data protection and management infrastructure.
Apr 27 - The Commerce Commission is launching a formal study into the country's fibre services to get a better handle on the nature of New Zealand's networks and operations in anticipation of a new policy framework currently being considered by legislators
Apr 23 - Rival telecommunication companies are working together to crack down on international phone scams plaguing the industry. The NZ Telecommunications Forum (TCF) has today released a draft code of practice for cellphone and landline providers, including Spark, Vodafone and 2degrees, …
Mar 28, 2018 - New Zealand’s government may not have evicted any Russian spies this week but its Privacy Commissioner today joined international allies blasting Facebook for a lax attitude to data privacy
The first real-world tests of 5G mobile technology in New Zealand have begun on the streets of Wellington. However, there are still a number of hurdles, both technological and bureaucratic, to overcome before consumer access becomes a reality.
Mar 12, 2018 - On Thursday, March 15th, 2degrees will turn off its 2G mobile network. Devices that only connect via 2G will cease to operate. They will no longer be able to make or receive calls or texts, or call emergency services (111). Phones and devices that use 3G or 4G are not affected and will continue to operate as they do today.
Jan 16, 2018 - Its Monday evening just on 7:00PM with dinner and dishes done and dusted so its now time for a bloke to relax in front of TV. On goes TVOne, first choice really, being a bit loyal and now its a habit. However change is in the wind!
Nov 30, 2017 - Would you like to listen to what amount to verbal tweets while you are driving: short 42 second messages from friends, musicians, news reporters, thought leaders, comedians and others? Well, technology from ASX-listed Israeli company HearMeOut will interest you. The company has developed a platform and smartphone apps to do just that, and has now made its service accessible while driving. HearMeOut says its platform “enables users to share and listen to 42‐second audio posts through the platform’s native feeder on other social networks, such as Twitter or Facebook,” and that through its app, “people can…