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The New Zealand Customs Service has successfully migrated its CusMod border management system onto Datacom’s new Govt.Container service. Govt.Container is a brand new cloud service from Datacom that enables sizeable existing heritage applications to be evolved and updated more quickly and cost-effectively

Datacom has officially opened its new office in Tauranga, bringing together over 80 staff from two smaller offices in Tauranga and Mt Maunganui into a much larger space. The new office can accommodate 40 additional people leaving room for significant growth. Datacom has a long standing presence in the regions, and this expansion is a demonstration of the company’s ongoing commitment to support regional economic development through job creation and business growth.

Porirua City Council is the first New Zealand council to go live with Datacom’s new smart council and community cloud based solution, Datascape. The council was looking for a digital and mobile solution that would put customers and the community right at the heart of its organisation and Datascape was chosen as the best match for such a need.

Datacom today announced it has received the 2019 Dell Technologies Global Alliances Technical Excellence Partner of the Year Award. This global award recognises Datacom’s technical excellence in achieving great results for customers while leveraging Dell Technologies.

Datacom has relaunched its Gloucester data centre in Christchurch to mark the completion of a $52 million expansion and upgrade of its four New Zealand data centres. The Gloucester expansion cost $9.7 million and has more than doubled the server rack space, as well as significantly upgrading infrastructure and resiliency

Datacom today launched Hybrid Cloud services into North Queensland using Microsoft’s Azure Stack, and underpinned by Dell EMC’s VxRail Azure Stack. The services, to be delivered out of the new North Queensland Regional Data Centre (NQRDC), will provide customers in the region with faster and more efficient internet and data services.

Hack Tairāwhiti 2.0 launches today, and builds upon the success of last years’ event in Gisborne which fostered indigenous innovators who act locally & expand globally. In 2018 the 48 hour hackathon brought together Maori tech exporters and the country’s top tech talent in a collaborative environment to solve a range of business problems.

Datacom welcomed the Hon. Michael Keenan, Minister for Human Services and Digital Transformation, to Datacom’s customer care and IT Hub in Adelaide, South Australia.

Datacom partners with MBIE to help emergency services locate emergency 111 smartphone calls more quickly and accurately

Datacom has delivered the first stage of Datascape, a brand new smart council and community cloud solution to Shire of Manjimup in Western Australia. The Shire’s initial priority is to use Datascape to help it engage more closely with its community.

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