Programmable money will redraw the map of international trade
Those who control the most widely used currencies also control a great deal of the global economy, and it is time for New Zealand to get in the game.
Only 17% of banks have deployed digital at scale – report
Is an MSSP really a safe bet?
Not-for-profits struggling with digital skills shortage
The dawn of a new age: Google cracks quantum supremacy
AI capabilities power global IoT adoption
Kiwi fintech startup looks to expand following investment success
Gig economy fuels 'portfolio careers' as the new normal
According to HNRY founder James Fuller, the 'future' of work is actually the 'present' of work.
Inland Revenue cracks down on multinationals' tax obligations
“If they don’t play by the new rules, we will know who they are, and they should expect we’ll be in touch."
Hands-on review: The 10.2" Apple iPad (Seventh Generation)
It's a highly mobile assistant packing a laptop-sized punch.
Get the best out of AWS
From DevSecOps to customised cloud, you want to ensure your money pays for real results.
Australia 13th largest user of open source in the world
Australia is the 13th largest user of open source in the world, a new report released by GitHub has revealed.
Talent acquires Kiwi IT recruitment company
The global IT recruitment specialists have bought ManpowerGroup NZ’s IT business, Experis.
Hackers access NordVPN server, users unaffected
While being connected to the server, the hacker could only see what an ordinary ISP would see, but it could not have been personalised or linked to a particular user.
Exclusive: How metrics are becoming everything in marketing
Client research across New Zealand and Australia has shown that clients value being able to track the success of their media campaigns and measure the effectiveness of their teams.
Adobe rolls out improvements to Document Cloud
Now users can turn their smartphone into a serious PDF tool, and much more.
Why VoIP solutions are the future of phone systems
Chorus is considering potentially decommissioning copper lines in places where fibre is available, meaning homes and businesses in these areas would have to move to fibre.
NZ information security award finalists revealed
The iSANZ Awards were established five years ago to recognise the achievements of New Zealanders in the country’s information security (InfoSec) and cybersecurity field.
All work, no play: 2degrees survey finds Kiwi SMBs won't take a break
‘No holidays please, we’re SMBs’. That’s the sentiment coming from almost 1000 Kiwi small businesses, according to a study by 2degrees.
Adobe extends digital experience portfolio to SMB and mid-market
SMB and mid-market brands are increasingly looking for enterprise-grade capabilities that fit their unique needs – agility, scalability, flexibility and value – to maintain and future-proof their success.
Kiwi bosses set to take the plunge for charity
“Our tamariki and rangatahi overcome many obstacles in this ever-changing world so we are asking bosses across New Zealand to accept their own challenge."
Getting value from software observability
Organisations now routinely mine software performance data to achieve ambitious business results, says New Relic.
Hands-on review: The ASUS Lyra Voice is a smart router with the power of invisibility
It looks no different from a set of standard Bluetooth speakers, and it easily blends itself into any corner of the house.
Interview: How culture drives success in DevOps
Collaboration, communication, breaking down silos, and psychological safety are key elements of the DevOps journey.
Hnry and CFFC urge Government to reconsider KiwiSaver for the self-employed
Hnry CEO James Fuller says that without any equivalent of the employer contribution, the majority of independent earners aren’t engaging with KiwiSaver at all, as they don’t see it as being a valuable investment.
APAC lights the way for women in executive roles
Organisations in Asia Pacific and the United States have more women in management than organisations in Europe – and globally, female representation on boards has doubled in the space of just 10 years.
Slack backs automated communication workflows
Slack is rolling out a new way for users to create customised workflows that automate the most routine processes and communications.
'Money men' failing Kiwi businesswomen, says Beany founder & CEO
"If Beany's experience is anything to go by then Kiwi businesswomen are being let down by the money men who've for too long decided which ventures fly and which fail,” de Bievre says.
CompTIA and community to offer free tech certifications
Association will provide 3,000 students aged 25 and under with free training and certification exam vouchers.
NZ's agritech sector 'urgently' needs to focus on AI
"In the end, how we progress in shaping New Zealand’s place in the worlds food system will depend on how boldly we step up to the AI horizon."
InternetNZ begins quest to replace .nz registry
This is an important project that will improve New Zealand’s domain name system - reinforcing its reliability and security.