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Spark to launch emerging tech innovation unit in 2019
The as yet unnamed unit will be headed by Claire Barber and focus on R&D, operating as a distinct unit from the main business.
Infosys aims to generate 1,200 IT jobs for Aussies
The company will open three Innovation Hubs and create new skilled jobs for graduates and professionals by 2020.
Government still stuck in the past? Not on GovTech's watch
What exactly is GovTech and what’s been happening in our capital city?
Commercial drones will only take off if safety is paramount
New Zealand’s commercial drone services could be ready within the next two years, but only if enough research is done to make certain that the public is safe.
CA ANZ prepares accounting industry for disruption
Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) has called on some of Australasia’s notable innovation communities to help future-proof the accounting industry.
The impact of digital disruption on IT departments
The ability to identify and respond to digital innovation will determine if your company sinks or swims.
Waikato businesses great at ideation but stumble at commercialisation, says expert
The Waikato might be one of the best at producing innovative ideas, but it’s not so good at commercialising them.
Why Kiwi businesses need to invest in innovation
"The research shows that companies who decide to invest in innovation can be rewarded by gains in productivity."
Ten new ways for everyone to achieve more in the modern workplace
Microsoft is introducing new capabilities in Microsoft 365 that make it possible for every person to do their best work.
Testing technology: Why Australia is the perfect sandbox for innovation
"With 25 million residents, the Australian market is ripe for experimentation and is representative of some of the world’s most competitive markets."
Vodafone launches its latest smart workplace of the future
"We look to reflect diversity in ages, culture and types of work so that there’s space for everyone," says Murray Dobson.
Exclusive: How open source is driving innovation in A/NZ
"Open source is quickly becoming mainstream and the community behind it just keeps on growing."
Christchurch's Ara Institute is about to get 'awesome'
The Ministry of Awesome and Ara Institute of Canterbury are combining their powers to launch a joint innovation hub in Christchurch.
Immersive storytelling: Adobe’s vision for VR/AR
Before the event, Adobe announced that they would be featuring VR and some of the ways they see it impacting the future.
Video: SIGGRAPH 2018 - The art and innovation
A five-minute video highlighting some of the most interesting moments in art and innovation at SIGGRAPH 2018 in Vancouver.
Datacom wins Adobe award
Adobe has gathered leading experience makers from around the world for Adobe Symposium 2018, which commenced today in Sydney.
Mahuki innovation accelerator welcomes future digital leaders
Te Papa’s Mahuki innovation accelerator has welcomed 10 teams to this year’s residency programme that will run over the next four months.
Security incident preparedness within reach of NZ businesses
New Zealand’s business community is in a prime position to learn from those who have already overcome challenges to balance risk with innovation.
Innovative EV projects receive $3.97m government funding
“This is about demonstrating the rapidly evolving technology that is making electric vehicles a practical option for a growing number of businesses."
SwipedOn CEO explains how his Tauranga SaaS startup went global
SwipedOn is a fast-growing Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) that is used in more than 2000 cities worldwide, and it all started in the Bay of Plenty.
Brothers behind Kiwi Connect scoop Kea Friends of New Zealand Award
With luck, our nation can help lead the way, by example, through the challenges of today into a beautiful tomorrow,” comments Brian Monahan.
Big retailers changing channel tactics to combat e-commerce - GlobalData
This includes implementing in-store technologies such as self-checkout counters, scan and pay mobile applications and unmanned stores.
Tech Data named Microsoft Global Indirect Partner of the Year
“Microsoft is a key partner for Tech Data and we are honored that Microsoft recognises the value our combined efforts bring to the channel.”
UC senior lecturer a finalist in Kiwi innovation awards
Dr Deborah Crittenden has been named as a finalist for her efforts in research behind an 'infinitely' rechargeable battery.