Adobe welcomes NZ country manager to its team
Adobe is welcoming Colin Rebairo as its New Zealand country manager, following continued momentum in the local market.
Google can now translate pics of te reo Māori
Report: Using UEBA to increase security analytics effectiveness
Amazon admits storing Alexa recordings until users take action
Retail study challenges myth that digital natives only shop online
A quick overview of Microsoft Dynamics in 2019
Hands-on review: The 6th Gen Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon
Responsible AI starts with responsible leaders - PwC
Responsible practices in artificial intelligence (AI) starts with how each individual organisation plans to strategise, design, develop, and deploy the technology.
Video conferencing: How to make interviewing less awkward
“If businesses are going to use video-based interviews in their hiring process, they need to make the experience engaging."
How to derive maximum value from business data
The most valuable companies in the world derive value from the data they control.
Ambit accelerates expansion in Australia with Sydney office launch
“We look forward to partnering with Australian companies to ensure that they are well placed to be resilient to future change."
FintechNZ: Most NZ companies don't report cyber incidents
"There are some fundamental basics that a company can put in place with no or minimal cost. People and staff still pose a great risk, so cybersecurity issues need to be high on the management agenda.”
Solo business owners without partnerships 'hold NZ's economy back'
Going it alone can be the hardest way to run a small business, and some will even go as far as saying that solo business owners are ‘holding back New Zealand’s economy’.
3D printing enabling PC customisation
"If you want your PC build to be truly unique, 3D printing your parts is a fun and cost-effective way to do so."
Kiwi company selected for global startup programme
AI software firm Aider has been named as one of 10 startups to take part in Mastercard's Start Path programme.
Singapore Tourism Board calling Kiwis to join new pilot programme
The Singapore Tourism Board is calling for local and international companies to join the Singapore Tourism Accelerator.
KiwiNet secures funding from MBIE for research commercialisation of deep tech
KiwiNet runs a range of activities to empower the people who commercialise research.
Are we unprepared for the jobs of the future?
"Training, learning and development are critical to technology-enabled workplaces, yet many organisations are failing to deliver."
CERT NZ report: Unauthorised account access a growing problem
New Zealanders reported direct financial losses of $1.7 million. While that is still a substantial loss, the figure is a 71% drop from the previous quarter.
SparkLabs Cultiv8 demoday kicks off in September
SparkLabs Cultiv8 designed the event to bring together entrepreneurs, investors, corporates, media and government to focus on how food is created, distributed and consumed, and consider how this can be done better.
Using data to drive decision-making in the digital era – BOARD International
Business intelligence tools can be useful aids for executives weighing up their options and deciding which way to jump.
Sydney & Melbourne amongst world's top places for women entrepreneurs
"Every day I meet inspiring women in Australia and New Zealand, so it is heartening to see Sydney and Melbourne rank in the top 15 cities globally in our WE Cities Index report."
Scam warning: Fake Google reviews and business listings targeting the vulnerable
"Essentially people are doing this because people are easy to scam when they are anxious, desperate or in trouble."
NZ needs to tackle predicted Libra onslaught - BlockchainNZ
“The disruptive effects of Libra could arrive in New Zealand as early as next year."
The Epson FastFoto FF-680W – an all-in-one photo and document scanner
Featuring Epson ScanSmart software, the FastFoto FF-680W scanner is also a powerful document scanner.
Health app to track Kiwis' diabetes medication
Researchers will use the app, designed by Zoom Pharmacy, to report on how patients keep up with medication.
Retiring Baby Boomers to deepen skills shortages in NZ
As New Zealand’s Baby Boomer generation gradually retires from the workforce, their exit will create a knowledge and experience vacuum."
UK tackles mapping challenges for self-driving vehicles
Great Britain is taking charge on developing global standards for high-definition mapping essential for the safe deployment of self-driving and autonomous vehicles.
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.
10 times malware proved that MacOS isn't bulletproof
Mac users need to come to terms with the fact that their devices are not immune from attack.
ComCom grants clearance for Infratil to acquire shares in Vodafone
The Commerce Commission has granted clearance for Infratil Limited to acquire up to 50% of the shares in Vodafone New Zealand.
Why AI algorithms are only as good as the data they’re fed - Snowflake
If this data is of poor quality or contains bias, this will have a significant impact on subsequent decisions made by the software.