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IDC recognises trio of smarter datacenter infrastructure vendors as IDC Innovators
“Technologies that improve the ability to manage the physical environment are essential."
Aussie CIOs: 'The road to the future is about understanding what you’ve got'
"Then bringing the different silos in your enterprise together in a collaborative way.”
Using education to accelerate the journey into next-generation technology
Individuals and businesses need to stay adaptable in order to succeed, or at the minimum, to survive.
New gateway opened to Chinese market for Kiwi SMBs
“Kiwis are amazing innovators but our businesses need to be closer to capital and consumer markets."
Tech innovators stepping up for Fieldays
The 2017 Fieldays Innovation Awards showcase emerging products and technology that will lead change in the rural sector.
Hitachi commits $1.25 billion to Aussie social innovation division
Hitachi is showing commitment to its Australian Social Innovation business by investing AU$1.25 billion over the next three years.
Uni of Auckland brings human life to AI with new Soul Machines venture
Artificial Intelligence that looks, thinks and reacts like humans is being developed right on Auckland's doorstep & may become a commercial venture.
Why China’s new cybersecurity law is a threat to international businesses and innovation
Under the veil of cybersecurity, regulators will have access to information that could benefit Chinese firms at the expense of foreign business.
HTC & Shenzhen Municipal Government to develop China's VR industry
Shenzhen Municipal Government will be working with tech giant HTC to start developing the VR industry in China.
CA's new ANZ chief on DX, what's happening in AU and his plans for the NZ market
"I’m actually quite excited about how much opportunity there is and how fast this digital transformation is taking hold in ANZ.”
Kiwi lifestyle at risk if NZ doesn’t up its tech game
“For such a relatively small and nimble country, I believe New Zealand is underperforming in the adoption of specific types of modern technologies."
IDC spotlight: Innovative start up vendors
"Innovative vendors are harnessing the benefits of cloud management for digital enterprise-ready network monitoring and visibility."
Museum analytics startup Dexibit wins top prize in Fintech Innovation Challenge
Dexibit has come out on top at the Fintech Innovation Challenge, walking away with a $5000 cash prize and business mentoring opportunities.
Unitec launches new high-tech research network to boost innovation and IP
Unitec's new high-tech research network has been launched to help boost the country's innovation and IP creation prospects.
Thai entrepreneurs to visit NZ and find out how Kiwis do tech business
"Their visit will really consolidate these connections and better connect New Zealand to the fast-growing Southeast Asia tech scene."
India is catching up in the global tech market, Gartner finds
"When comparing the technology entries for India and the rest of the world, we noticed that the overall technology lag is gradually closing."
CSC celebrates opening of Sydney Innovation Center hub
CSC has now officially opened its Sydney Innovation Center, situated in its regional headquarters at Macquarie Park.
You're invited: Ingram Micro Showcase 2016 – EARTHQUAKE UPDATE
Showcase 2016 provides the best opportunity of the year to network and experience demonstrations of the newest solutions, technologies and products.
IN PICS: Huawei Asia Pacific Innovation Day 2016
Huawei Asia Pacific Innovation day is in full swing in Sydney, Australia today, bringing together 150 industry experts, scientists & technologists.
Huawei's Innovation Day 2016 triumphs 'brilliance of exploration'
"Huawei promotes extensive collaboration between industry, academic, government & research, which is the basis for creating a healthy ICT ecosystem."
Hawke’s Bay to host first-ever National Māori ICT Hui
“The first National Māori ICT Hui will not only bring Māori in ICT together, but our aim is to also bring more Māori into the ICT industry."
Former Vietnam refugee embraces 'most important opportunity' as NZTech chair
NZTech is welcoming a former Vietnamese refugee to its ranks, as Mitchell Pham takes over as chair from Bennett Medary.
Innovation the key to igniting the New Zealand economy
As Microsoft Ignite NZ 2016 has unfolded in Auckland this week, it’s clear to me that the technology tools that will inspire and enable possibilities.
Waikato Uni student wins big with cyber security solution
“Most online survey results are not 100% secure and those systems that claim to be, only deploy end-to-end encryption."