9 Jun 2017

The Smart way to send your files

Posted in Company news, Security

We have all been there, close to throwing our cup of coffee across the room in sheer frustration while attempting to share large files under a tight timeline, only to have the email message bounce back. If you find yourself working with large files on a regular basis chances are you have experienced this exasperation, […]

31 May 2016

Lawyers’ concerns with the cloud justified but not barriers – LawTechNZ, a different perspective.

Lawyers’ concerns with the cloud justified but not barriers – LawTechNZ, a different perspective.

Last month Simon and I attended the LawTechNZ conference organised by e-Discovery. LawTechNZ is a platform to educate, showcase and encourage greater adoption of technology by lawyers and their firms. We attended as exhibitors, so instead of the usual summary on the sessions, which you can find here, we thought to provide an overview from […]

18 Apr 2016

Industry must work together to slow the tidal wave of SPAM [media release]

Industry must work together to slow the tidal wave of SPAM [media release]

The “hush-hush” attitude of professional services firms and their IT providers when they experience a data security breach is adding force to the tidal wave of cyber-attacks continuing to devastate New Zealand businesses. Wellington based IT firm Resolve managing director Simon Falconer said industry groups being hit with SPAM need to work together, alongside their […]

5 Dec 2014

59th fastest growing technology company in Asia Pacific

Posted in Company news

Resolve Technology was one of the fifty-one New Zealand technology companies to be included in the 2014 Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific index. Fifty-one companies ties the record for Kiwi companies in the Fast500 in 2009 and outpacing last year’s 40 companies. At spot 59, Resolve is also one of the twelve companies ranked in […]

8 Aug 2014

Resolve taps into growing cloud interest among legal firms

Posted in Company news, Legal

Originally published in Computerworld by Randal Jackson, 8 August 2014 Data sovereignty is an issue for the legal fraternity. There are no formal restrictions mandating that data be hosted only in New Zealand but it’s certainly top-of-mind with many legal practices when it comes to modernising their technology. “If there’s a commercial dispute, how do you […]

23 Sep 2013

Anatomy of a New Zealand cloud company

Posted in Company news, Legal

Originally published in ‘What is it Wellington – ICT from the edge of the world’ by Ian Apperley, 23 September 2013 The prospects of a Cloud company being successful in New Zealand, from the outside, seem small. We’re too far away, too expensive, don’t have the infrastructure, don’t have the redundancy, the security, or the […]

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