Desktop as a service (DaaS)
A provider hosted and managed end-to-end desktop service that can accommodate virtual and traditional desktops and a variety of service and management models.
Domain name system (DNS) service
The DNS service provides for the moderation, registration, and management of .govt.nz and .parliament.nz domain names for central and local government.
In many cases a 4th level domain (4LD) will meet your needs, for example socialreport.msd.govt.nz. You can set them up yourself.
Enterprise content management as a service (ECMaaS)
The ECMaaS comprises 3 hosted solutions that help agencies manage information assets and improve the way they create, store, distribute, use and reuse their information and content.
Human resources information system (HRIS)
A cloud-based human resource management offering using SAP Success Factors cloud services. HRIS offers a full suite of HR management components with modular functionality you can select as your needs demand.
Infrastructure as a service (IaaS)
A managed and hosted infrastructure solution that contains four core services: data centre services, utility compute, storage, and back-up services to government agencies.
IT managed services (ITMS)
IT Managed Services provides technology support, service delivery management and service aggregation for an agency's ICT requirements, including the integration of third party ICT services within a common service delivery framework.
One.govt provides a fully managed suite of telecommunication network and security services, suitable for all agencies regardless of scale.
Secure encrypted email (SEEmail)
SEEMail secures email traffic over the internet between participating New Zealand government agencies. It is approved to protect information classified as IN-CONFIDENCE, SENSITIVE or RESTRICTED
Shared workspace (SWS)
The Shared Workspace is a private, secure space where people can share information. It is primarily designed so government agencies can collaborate online with each another and their non-government partners. It is rated to hold information up to the government level of In Confidence.
Telecommunications as a service (Taas)
TaaS delivers a range of cross-government telecommunications and managed security services to allow agencies to easily connect with their customers and each other. TaaS services include WAN, LAN, Wi-Fi, voice (mobile, PABX and public network access), unified communications, contact centre and managed security services.