ASB offers Google Pay - but some people will miss out
ASB customers have until July 16 to make the switch, before ASB Virtual is closed down permanently.
Insider threats & breach reports: Why security needs more investment
The all-in-one machine to meet your printing and scanning needs
How AI & big data will shape Kiwi hospitality
NZ's education sector must move fast to support edtech
SMEs take note: End of financial year creates oppportunity for business growth
Dropbox fuels collaborative workspaces with latest updates
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.
RapidFire Tools helps MSPs and SMBs navigate cybersecurity liability
Many cyber insurance policies require businesses to adhere to specific conditions in order to be paid out if a claim is filed.
Air NZ recruits drones for aircraft maintenance checks
Air New Zealand will now use drones to inspect its aircraft fleet as they undergo heavy maintenance checks in Singapore.
Frost & Sullivan’s key factors for selecting a SIEM
“In practice SIEM is either an enabler in reaching a higher tier of productivity and proficiency; or a retardant due to limitations in adaptability and scalability."
Kiwi marketers urged to jump on the video advertising train
With digital-only advertising in New Zealand surpassing television advertising, New Zealand markerters are being urged to embrace video in their marketing mix.
Zoom forges partnerships and adds channel programme
Zoom has released several enhancements and partnerships for its software-based conference room solution Zoom Rooms.
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.
Facebook: 'We'll pay you if we can track your apps'
After years of tracking people with various forms of implied (and explicit) consent, Facebook is now allowing people to opt-in to being market research guinea pigs.
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.
Breach checking website Have I Been Pwned is up for grabs
The man behind the popular breach checking website Have I Been Pwned is stepping down from his esteemed post as sole manager of the site.
Dropbox champions A/NZ data sovereignty with local service
Dropbox has launched its local hosting environment for Dropbox Business customers in Australia and New Zealand, providing more options for those customers to store their files onshore in Australia.
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.
How to price data for trade in the data economy
A crucial problem remains in that we don’t have a unified, comprehensive way to value data to enable it to be freely traded.
Telco backhaul services: ComCom says no further intervention required
"We will consider the need for new regulated backhaul services in a review that we are required to undertake some time before 2025."
GitHub Desktop evolves for improved workflow support
GitHub Desktop has evolved to version 2.0, bringing more capabilities to developers that better support workflows.
So you want to build a viral app: Tips from an industry guru
Plenty of people hope their app will make them rich, but only a few apps ever make it.
Alibaba Cloud aims for further global expansion with new features
Includes further integration with Kubernetes, enhancements for big data and virtualisation, and service support for SMBs.
CASE STUDY: Prototyping key to success when challenging design assumptions
Central Innovation helped Nura leverage CAD software SOLIDWORKS to refine and prototype the Nuraphone, culminating in a product that won the Best Innovation in Headphones category at consumer goods conference CES this year.
Kiwi company looks to reinvent commercial real estate investment
“Through a tech-enabled marketplace we’re going to give more people the opportunity to invest in these assets while offering lower minimums, lower fees, greater transparency and increased liquidity compared to analogue incumbent."
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.
Soul Machines creates digital human for skincare firm SK-II
Meet YUMI, a digital human that can help sort out skincare needs.
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."
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.”
Air NZ soaring high for third consecutive year as NZ’s most attractive employer
Air New Zealand was recognised for its financial health, use of the latest technology and strong reputation.
Whitepaper: Are you getting your money’s worth from your SIEM?
Many organisations are struggling to keep pace with the speed in which hackers are attacking their systems.