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Telecom CEO praises analogue phone response
Paul Reynolds applauds a "fantastic response" that's seen almost 10,000 old phones donated to the people of Christchurch.
Vodafone Christchurch update - March 2nd
Network functioning with no congestion despite the increased network load.
2degrees restores Christchurch network
Company no longer experiencing network issues and is dealing with traffic well, says Chief Executive Eric Hertz.
Free managed cloud servers for ChCh businesses
Rackspace is offering Christchurch-based firms free managed cloud servers to help in their recovery.
Kiwi app devs support New Zealand Red Cross appeal
100% of the proceeds from 31 iPhone apps will be donated to the New Zealand Red Cross appeal until March 5th.
Oxygen IT, Maxnet offer Christchurch server collocation
Christchurch-based computer firm Oxygen IT has teamed up with Maxnet to offer free server collocation to businesses affected by the earthquake.
2degrees Christchurch network - If it’s important, call
2degrees has made significant progress in restoring mobile services so customers can use their phones again.
March 8th census cancelled
The government has announced that the March 8th census will not be held following events in Christchurch.
Free wi-fi for Christchurch
Tomizone opens up its wi-fi hotspots in Christchurch to allow news and information to flow more freely.
Latest Christchurch communications updates
2degrees and Vodafone issue joint update on Christchurch communications services.
Microsoft issues Christchurch customer update
Company offers support options for Microsoft customers and partners in rebuilding IT capability.
People encouraged to fill out census form online
Update: Statistics Minister Maurice Williamson and Government Statistician Geoff Bascand have announced the March 8th census will not be held.
Vodafone, 2degrees, Telecom, Gen-i issue ChCh updates
Click through for all the latest updates from New Zealand's telecommunications companies about coverage and services in Christchurch.
Telecom asks for analogue landline phones
Old fashioned corded analogue phones, that don't require a power source, can be donated at any Telecom retail store.
Google launches Christchurch response site
Google has just launched a special site that puts the most important information about the situation on one webpage.
NetSafe issues quake scam warning
Scammers are already using the Christchurch earthquake as an opportunity to rip people off.
Earthquake rocks Christchurch
Click through for updates on the events unfolding in Christchurch following today's major earthquake.
New channel appointments - Feb 2011
Connector Systems, HTC and Acronis have all signed up new talent. Details inside.
Crysis 2 PC demo inbound
Xbox LIVE Gold subscribers have had their chance with a multiplayer beta, and now a demo is headed to PC in the not-too-distant future.
Review: Acronis True Image Home 2011
Acronis True Image Home is a program designed to make the often confusing and convoluted (but no less essential) process of backing up your computer as painless and as simple as possible.
Review: Acronis Disk Director 11
Here’s a tool for maximising your computer’s disk space – something previously the realm of the tech-savvy only – in the most user-friendly manner possible.
Acronis launches online portal for channel partners
Backup and recovery software producer Acronis has unveiled its new channel program for Australia and New Zealand, including a partner portal (http://partners.
Review: Acronis True Image 2009
Backup software is just about the most dull software on the planet, but with the increasing amount of digital data we all possess these days, it’s also quite vital. Acronis’ True Image 2009 offers the ability to back up your entire PC - or just selected folders.