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We are a New Zealand company with a large global user base for our web based project management software All our SaaS servers are located at the LayeredTech/Fastservers data center in Chicago. They have given us 6-7 years of solid performance with plenty of available staff for onsite 24/7 support at all times. I […]

Continue reading about The reason I don’t use NZ Hosting companies for SaaS (yet).

I’m loving seeing the adoption of social media by our New Zealand Government and in particular, John Key (Prime Minister). Well done John! Looking back, I don’t think this would have worked with Labour, as Helen Clark wasn’t exactly what I’d call an ‘approachable’ lady, but the Nats  have done it well! John Key is […]

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I noticed yesterday that Rod Drury – CEO of has decided to quit blogging. I wish him all the best and know that he’ll still be hard at work, but as a software CEO myself, I can also appreciate that there is little time in the day to blog, tweet, msn, txt or chat online – there’s simply too much to do. I also saw in the comments that people were wanting to know of any other New Zealand technology or entrepreneur blogs. There are heaps, but here’s a list to get people started. (Send me any others and I’ll keep expanding the list)

Continue reading about So Rod Drury’s stopped Blogging? What other New Zealand tech and entrepreneur blogs should we read now?

This is an update to the SWAGS (Silly Wild Ass Guess) post about accuracy of research published online.

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Ever seen stats and numbers in a research article that seemed a little off?

Continue reading about SWAGS – Interesting, but can you trust the research?