What is Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)?
Business downtime can be costly. For small and medium sized businesses outsourcing disaster recovery is far less expensive than managing it in-house, DRaaS may be the solution they need to reduce business risk following an outage.
Deal to streamline government uptake of SaaS – Q&A with TechnologyOne CEO Ed Chung
It’s been working with our local and central government agencies on software projects for years.
Taking our Kiwi SaaS companies to the next level – we need to build capability
The Covid-19 pandemic may have presented major challenges for our tech companies, particularly when it comes to securing funding to grow.
Mailchimp founder on weathering a crisis and the power of freemium
The man behind the world’s most popular email marketing platform says businesses need to stay in tune with customer needs and pivot accordingly to survive the pandemic.
Mike and Philip Carden on Joyous, employee feedback SaaS startup
The Carden brothers speak about the beginnings of 'SaaS' and the market opportunity that helps them build up their startup Joyous - an employee feedback software.
Chapman steps up as CEO of Knoware, NZ’s largest SAS consultancy
Close to 20 years since its formation, co-founder and former managing director, Clare Somerville, is departing from her leadership of New Zealand's largest analytics software company. Cam Chapman is stepping up from GM into CEO role.
Smart communities – Microsoft intelligent security
Reece Gallagher is a Microsoft 365 specialist, working to help ANZ organisations transform their business by shifting to a modern workplace, centered around secure productivity and collaboration.