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Datacom has enacted our core Business Continuity Plans (BCP) in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and currently we have no reported cases of staff with the virus.

Datacom Group is pleased to announce Tony Carter’s appointment as the new chair of the board following the retirement of current chair, Craig Boyce.

Datacom’s very own, David Hull has been awarded with Palo Alto Networks’ top status, CYBERFORCE Guardian, under Palo Alto Networks Cyberforce technical recognition programme – the first Guardian in the APAC region and the 36th globally.

Auckland’s Unitec Institute of Technology, with New Zealand’s largest tech company, Datacom, is launching, a one-year vocational New Zealand Diploma in Cybersecurity. It is the country’s first tertiary institution to have developed a cyber qualification in the pre-degree space (Level 6).

Datacom’s local government business continues to grow with Wattle Range Council adopting Datascape, an innovative cloud-based system aimed at delivering better council services to 12,000 residents in the region.

Datacom is expanding its Western Australian operations with the opening of a new office in Perth’s St Georges Terrace.

Datacom’s Data Centre team won the DCD Asia Pacific region Data Centre Operations Team of the Year Award for successfully delivering four simultaneous large-scale build and upgrade projects, while ensuring 100% uptime and no customer disruption. The award ceremony took place in Singapore.

Datacom Group today reported Financial Year Results to 31 March 2019 (FY19). Datacom delivered another year of growth, with total operating revenue of $1.29 billion, an improvement of 17% over the previous financial year, and profit after tax of $42.02 million. The lift in profit is attributed to Australia’s improving performance.

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.

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