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Datacom today announced they have entered into a 3-year contract with the Department of Home Affairs to provide client enquiry services as part of the Department’s programme to modernise its visa and citizenship services.

Following the recent announcement that vulnerabilities have been detected in Intel and AMD processor chips, Datacom has been monitoring our managed service customer environments and working with our vendors to mitigate the impact of the vulnerabilities for our clients.

Datacom, one of Australasia’s leading IT service providers, has received the Frost & Sullivan 2017 Australia Contact Center Services Growth Excellence Leadership Award for market-leading growth and business innovation.

Craig Boyce, Chairman of Datacom Group, announced today that Greg Davidson, who is currently CEO Datacom Systems New Zealand and Australia, will succeed Jonathan Ladd as Datacom Group CEO from April 2018.

Datacom, New Zealand’s largest IT service provider, today announced that its subsidiary, Datacom Data Centres, has begun an aggressive NZ$45m expansion to be completed in the 2017/2018 financial year.

Datacom is making some changes to its senior executive lineup, with a focus on the A/NZ Federal Government Practice (in Wellington and ACT).

Datacom, one of Australasia’s leading IT service providers, is proud to announce that ‘Alex’, the Intelligent Assistant implemented for partner IP Australia, has been recognised with an award at the 4th Annual Intelligent Assistant Awards in San Francisco.

Extraordinary: design a future where technology provides a better society was the theme this year for Datacom’s annual hackathon, Datacomp. Using technology to create new solutions that have social impact grew out of Datacom’s desire to support local communities while also creating sustainable social enterprise ideas.

Datacom is pleased to announce Nilesh Magan as the winner of this year’s Datacom Imagine Cup Scholarship. The scholarship offers Mr Magan a paid three-month internship and an additional three months continuous mentorship working in Datacom’s Microsoft/Azure group in Auckland.

Unifies five Auckland offices into a single collaborative environment focused around ‘customer obsession’