A/NZ consumers expect a stellar customer experience, Adobe finds
Personalised and seamless experiences are the magic words for businesses that want to keep their customers happy – and if automation is done right, most consumers will embrace it too.
Whitepaper: Equipping your DNS with security, availability, and integrity
Kiwi employees increasingly unsatisfied at work
Bold UK spinoff for Kiwi beauty software company
Auckland startup raises $4.1m from top Silicon Valley investors
New DocStar automation tool optimises order to fulfilment process
UiPath brings automation skills to A/NZ students
Trust and personalisation key to winning customer experience
“Today, CX technology has the power to secure, enhance and stimulate a brand’s relationship with a consumer – but it should not define, nor limit them.”
WeRobotics launches global drone data challenge
The winner will receive $235,000 for using drones and data in unique ways to address local challenges and big topics such as humanitarian aid.
Apple recalls 2015 MacBook Pros because they could catch fire
Apple has issued a worldwide recall of older MacBook Pros, due to serious battery overheating and fire risks.
Seagate delivers first EXOS 16TB HDD and new drive for SMB NAS
The company has also released the Ironwolf and IronwolfPro high capacity hard drives for home and SMB NAS.
Kordia launches nationwide broadcasting service
“With this unique new service, we’re making an ad-hoc broadcast simple and cost-effective. This means customers can reach a bigger audience and build credibility.”
Kiwis love the humble podcast, survey finds
It’s official – New Zealanders love listening to podcasts – and those under 45 years of age seem to love them the most.
Insider threats & breach reports: Why security needs more investment
Insider threats (those that come from within your organisation) are a serious concern - here's why.
Inland Revenue moves to help investors get tax rate right
Inland Revenue is moving to help make sure investors, including KiwiSavers, get on the correct prescribed investor tax rate.
Adobe AI detects Photoshopped faces as war against fakes continues
Adobe and researchers at UC Berkeley in the United States have teamed up to create a way of detecting image edits that were made with Photoshop Face Aware Liquify feature.
Whitepaper: Key considerations to improve cost efficiency with SIEM
Frost & Sullivan Research VP Michael Suby suggests that security alerts will increase in both volume and diversity as enterprise networks and systems expand.
NZ owned e-scooter service rolls into Wellington
Following a growing global trend, New Zealand-owned electric scooter share company Flamingo is launching in the capital June 18.
Epson FastFoto FF-680W: The world’s fastest personal photo scanner
The FF-680W is able to scan photos as fast as one photo per second at 300 dpi at up to 36 photos per batch.
Techday expansion continues with new CFOtech site
“After numerous requests from clients, we are launching CFOtech in our three key geographies to educate this financial audience about technology.”
How big data is enhancing the worlds food chain
We explain how one German firm is using big data to feed the worlds growing population.
Using SOLIDWORKS to prototype products from scratch
The Nuraphone headphones needed to be able to measure hearing sensitivities across the frequency spectrum and personalise the output for each individual.
Zoom forges partnerships and adds channel programme
Zoom has released several enhancements and partnerships for its software-based conference room solution Zoom Rooms.
Trade Me backs the Wonder Project to inspire Kiwi kids
The Wonder Project aims to get children excited about science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) in a way that’s both fun and engaging.
How LogRhythm’s UEBA mitigates and manages user risk
SANS surveys stipulate that user actions like falling for phishing attacks represent the biggest cyber threat for businesses.
LogMeIn expands cloud identity capabilities with new offerings
Many small and medium-sized companies don’t have the resources to implement robust security programs.
'Sittingitis' is the new taboo in the office
Despite numerous health warnings on the negative effects of prolonged sitting, people continue to sit too much.
Fantastical virtual reality art show comes to Tauranga
Two artists from different disciplines have collaborated on a show that utilises virtual reality to take attendees into imaginative lands.
Yamaha’s new speakerphone for open offices
The YVC-330 portable USB and Bluetooth speakerphone features SoundCap technology to make collaboration and meetings possible in open plan offices.
HPE to offer entire portfolio as-a-Service by 2022
HPE GreenLake aims to reset the digital opportunity for customers by providing a robust as-a-Service portfolio.
Business management proving a struggle for Kiwi SMEs
"Money management and cash flow are always one of the biggest concerns for small business owners. When you're working up to seven days a week managing sales, people, marketing and regulations, then fast, simple access to finance is crucial."
Protecting your business against online threats
Kordia helps organisations navigate minefields in cyberspace with its consultancy services, insights, and advice.