The Treasury has just announced the latest iteration of their data visualisation tool, Insights.
Some of our more recent achievements for clients and the work we do around free and open source software
Catalyst is announcing the introduction of all-of-government cloud pricing to enable the New Zealand government to successfully implement its Cloud First policy using onshore cloud services.
The Catalyst Cloud continues to grow, opening a third region in Hamilton to complement the existing regions in Porirua and Wellington. Customers now have more geographic diversity to support their disaster recovery and business continuity plans.
We're immensely proud of Koha developer Aleisha Amohia, who was a finalist in the NZ Hi-Tech Awards recently.
The cloud is practically magic. That said, business continuity and disaster recovery plans are still required in cloud-wonderland. Join us for lunch to learn strategies and methods for successful disaster recovery on the cloud. We will also discuss infrastructure and platform services available on the Catalyst Cloud, a local cloud solution - operated by NZ, in NZ and for NZ.
Congratulations to Catalyst partner the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) on a well-deserved Gold Quill Awards win last week.
Have you ever wondered how the Catalyst Cloud delivers prices in New Zealand comparable to global cloud providers?
Catalyst and REANNZ are proud to announce that the Catalyst Cloud is now available to all members of the REANNZ network for their research needs.