HCL Technologies launches first NZ delivery centre
The Hamilton facility will support global customers and partners and provide access to the latest IT services and digital business technologies.
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Delta launches NZ first: personal cyber insurance
“For the first time in New Zealand, families will really be able to significantly reduce their exposure to hackers and online criminals, but organisations will also benefit," says Delta CEO.
Much-anticipated Kiwi e-commerce platform launches
"Kiwis spent $4.2 billion online last year, and that figure is only going to get bigger."
Life changing or frustrating? New research looks into digital lifestyles
The report shows that globally consumers overwhelmingly agree that online digital technology has positively impacted their lives, despite the issues around performance and security.
Too quick to click: New Zealanders falling for phishing emails
New insights from CCL reveal that a significant amount of New Zealanders are still falling for phishing email scams, due in part to impulsive email behaviour.
Hands-on review: Belkin USB-C Mulitmedia Hub
Every new laptop owner needs something to solve their USB-C dilemmas. We look at a possible solution.
Opinion: UK tax agency proves crypto is the future of money
"This move by the UK’s tax authority cannot be viewed as anything other than another clear sign that cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum and XRP are not only part of mainstream finance, but also the future of money."
Spark recalls power back-up kit for wireless landline phones
Although Spark says it is not aware of any fire incidents or harm caused as a result of the defects, the company is recalling all devices immediately.
Forrester acknowledges Adobe as a leader in data management
"APAC has some of the highest customer expectations in the world, and delivering memorable personalised experiences in the moment has become critical for many brands’ success," comments Adobe's Steve Hammond.
Sennheiser's business ceiling microphone certified for Microsoft Teams
Sennheiser’s ceiling microphone the TeamConnect Ceiling 2 is now part of the official Microsoft Teams Rooms offer.
Kiwi employees embracing a future of AI
Kiwi employees are the most secure in their roles when it comes to embracing artificial intelligence in the workplace, compared to all other countries surveyed including, Australia, USA, UK, Germany and Japan.
Lack of C-suite and IT teams collaboration holding back DX - NTT
The report highlights the need for business leaders to change themselves, build a different environment, and set new behavioural priorities and performance indicators.
Online lending marketplace Harmoney records first profit of $7.2m
This is in comparison to the four-year-old company’s $1.8 million loss last year.
On the shoulders of open source, cloud stands tall – BlackLine
Open source changed software development, but its impact could pale in comparison to the public cloud, writes Pete Hirsch.
MYOB makes way for new CEO as Tim Reed steps down
MYOB is making way for new CEO Greg Ellis, as current CEO Tim Reed steps down and takes an advisory position with the company.
Govt support could turn NZ's game industry into billion-dollar boom
Grinding Gear Games’ hugely successful RPG Path of Exile has showcased the local gaming industry – last year Tencent purchased Grinding Gear Games for more than $100 million.
Simplifying collaboration in the changing workplace
Continuing advancements in technology and the rapid speed of delivery are driving incredible change in today’s workplaces.
Nintex announces new electronic forms capabilities
The new designer makes it easier to create digital forms to power automated workflows leveraging Nintex for Office 365 and Nintex Workflow Cloud.
Knock technology off its pedestal, expert says
"It's time to put technology in its place. It should not be front and centre in your business."
IPONZ launches online trade mark checker
The Intellectual Property Office of New Zealand (IPONZ) has now made it easier for people to check whether or not a word, image, or logo has been trade marked in New Zealand.
Slack tackles balance between productivity and security
The new features include more options to protect data without interrupting employees’ requirements to get work done.
ASB invests in blockchain-based trade provenance solution
The ASB bank funding grant fast-tracks the launch of the company focusing on a blockchain trading product.
How to use chatbots to free your staff from client FAQs
FAQ Bot answers the questions that are asked most often, and can be simply and easily resolved, but place a load on customer service staff.
Kiwi entrepreneur Mitchell Pham honoured in Asia
Pham has been recognised for his work in establishing Augen’s subsidiary in Vietnam, alongside New Zealand business partner Peter Vile.
Software firm Re-Leased wins accolades at ExportNZ Awards
Napier software firm Re-Leased has won the ExportNZ Hawke’s Bay ASB Exporter of the Year Award.