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Ray White Selects Tableau Software For Enterprise-Wide Deployment To More Than 5,000 Employees

Ray White Selects Tableau Software For Enterprise-Wide Deployment To More Than 5,000 Employees

Australia's No. 1 Realtor deploys Tableau Server across nearly 1,000 offices in Australia, New Zealand and Southeast Asia.

One Of A Kind New Zealand Business Asks: ``What Recession?''

One Of A Kind New Zealand Business Asks: ``What Recession?''

9 February 2009 - Wellington-based business Private Box is reporting a major increase in business over the past three months, while other companies nationwide lay off staff and international firms shut down local branches.

Exclusive SBS Customer Investment

Exclusive SBS Customer Investment

9 February 2009 - SBS Bank is delighted to be able to offer the SBS Premier Bond - an outstanding capital investment paying a high rate of interest.

Economy Needs Surgery, Not Band Aid, Says PEC

Economy Needs Surgery, Not Band Aid, Says PEC

The Productive Economy Council today reminds the government that 80 percent of mortgage holders are still stuck on inflated interest rates while the cost of money has plummeted.

Complications Arise In Local Government Administration Of Building Consent Process

Complications Arise In Local Government Administration Of Building Consent Process

8 February 2009 - An initiative of local government officials to establish a building products assessment and evaluation business raises more complications than solutions says the Building Industry Federation.

Business Group Outraged Te Papa Giving Free Graffiti Lessons

Business Group Outraged Te Papa Giving Free Graffiti Lessons

8 February 2009 - Auckland's leading retail district says it is outrageous that the Museum of New Zealand, Te Papa, has this weekend hosted a "graffiti workshop".

Internetnz Looks Forward To Fibre Future

Internetnz Looks Forward To Fibre Future

5 February 2009 - InternetNZ (Internet New Zealand Inc) today responds to the announcement by Communications and Information Technology Minister Steven Joyce in respect to cancellation of the Broadband Investment Fund.

Common Sense Prevails With Resource Management Act Reforms

Common Sense Prevails With Resource Management Act Reforms

5 February 2009 - Leading exporter, Glidepath Group, which wants to retain its New Zealand manufacturing base for its automated airport baggage handling and security systems, has welcomed changes to the Resource Management Act as being "common sense, good for business and good for community

Copyright Act: TUANZ Seeks Risk Mitigation Process For Major Users

Copyright Act: TUANZ Seeks Risk Mitigation Process For Major Users

5 February 2009 - TUANZ, the Telecommunications Users Association, has welcomed the release of the Internet Service Providers' draft Code of Practice on Copyright, but is looking to enhance it with an optional risk mitigation process for large end users of corporate IT networks.

Further Power Cuts In Auckland Unlikely

Further Power Cuts In Auckland Unlikely

5 February 2009 - A second transformer has been brought back into service at the Penrose Substation.

The repair work was ahead of schedule following continuous work over two nights.