Hays: Jobseekers must 'self-disrupt' their career in 2020
taking calculated risks, not raising salary too early and highlighting transferrable skills for a sideways move are all ways people can land a job in the next year.
Hands-on review: Apple AirPods Pro
Hands-on review: Microsoft Surface Pro 7
Business security performance impacting bottom line - Thycotic
APT groups conducting more targeted intrusions – Accenture
Kiwis adopting great savings habits but overestimating returns
Black Friday alert: Financial botnets targeting e-commerce apparel sites
Supercharge your Agile skills this summer
Assurity is offering a massive promotion on its Agile courses, taught only by professionals in practice at Assurity.
G2 ranks the best software from A/NZ
The team at G2 evaluated 22,500 global reviews for Australian and Kiwi vendors to determine the Best 25.
Adobe & Microsoft deepen integrations across Experience Cloud & Adobe Sign
Adobe and Microsoft have teamed up to integrate several of the companies’ popular products, to help accelerate customers’ digital transformation efforts.
Check Point signs new distributor for Aussie SMB market
"Their market share, extensive and skilled partner channel, and strong collaboration with Australia’s leading telecommunication carrier made this an easy choice for us."
Kiwis need to prioritise online security during Black Friday sales
"Although fake sites and scams have become more sophisticated over time, it’s not that hard to protect yourself."
How smart load balancer choices make e-Commerce painless for SMBs
In its most basic form, a load balancer directs users to the best performing accessible server.
Automation Anywhere advances IQ Bot to extend Intelligent Document Processing
“IQ Bot’s latest release further simplifies the automation journey by empowering business users to easily harness AI and machine learning to rapidly automate document-centric processes by themselves."
New Caledonia to connect to Hawaiki cable by 2021
"New Caledonia will be able to enjoy the multiple benefits of Hawaiki’s international connectivity and boost the development of its digital economy, both locally and in the Pacific region.”
Lack of PCI DSS compliance putting payment security at risk
Organisations across Asia Pacific are demonstrating stronger payments security compliance compared to other parts of the world, however global trends indicate that payments security compliance has dropped for the second year in a row.
New 'future director' for Spark board
"Ana's background in corporate transformation, commercial strategy and customer delivery will bring relevant experience to our board meetings."
It’s all about partnership: Secrets of success in supporting and improving legacy applications
With the rise of SaaS, the funding to continue to maintain an in-house IT team has been reducing, leaving IT management with the constant pressure to provide more with less.
Sennheiser fuses Microsoft Teams into newest wireless speaker
Sennheiser’s latest office product brings Microsoft Teams capabilities to the forefront of workplace collaboration through audio.
ANZ Bank warns businesses and customers of phishing scam
"This sole purpose of this elaborate phishing scam is to harvest the login credentials of ANZ customers so the criminals behind this scam can break into their bank accounts."
Spare space in the car? Kiwis can now make a little money by shipping stuff
Lonelyseat is a new service that connects drivers with people who need parcels or objects shipped around the country.
Study: Business has never been better for cybercriminals
“Cyber security is only as strong as the weakest link, but with the majority of organisations not understanding current password best practice, we’re not off to a great start."
New study seeks to uncover pros and cons of the gig economy
Censuswide highlights the opportunities and challenges of gig economy work with a specific focus on Deliveroo.
Micro 3D printing technology wins NZ engineering award
Micromaker3D creates detailed submillimetre structures for applications such as sensors, wearables, point-of-care diagnostics, and micro-robotics.
Over 80% of people living with a disability say recruitment bias exists
The data was found in a survey of 1,033 people by recruiting company Hays, who raised this issue in conjunction with the International Day of People with Disability (IDOPwD) today.
NZ takes #2 spot in best markets for women entrepreneurs
New Zealand is second only to the United States for being the most conducive country to women’s entrepreneurship, a new report from Mastercard revealed today.
Apple rolls out the 2019 MacBook Pro
Flex your fingers, Apple MacBook fans - because it’s time for the 2019 iteration of the famed notebook line that never dies.
AI revolutionising insurance and finance services in New Zealand
Artificial Intelligence is said to be one of the most revolutionary forces for the insurance and financial trades in New Zealand, according to a new report by the AI Forum of New Zealand.
NZ's financial sector primed for AI, research finds
New Zealand urgently needs to increase its focus on the core foundations needed to operate in an AI enabled future.
Interview: Microsoft's Diana Kelley talks talent gaps and D&I
Kelley recently spoke at Microsoft Asia’s new Experience Center, where she talked through her experience as a security CTO, as well as IoT security, what’s ahead in 2020, and diversity and inclusion both in the cybersecurity sector, and in technology.
TablePlus prepares to launch database management app for Linux
TablePlus, a creator of GUI tools for relational databases, has provided a sneak peek of its new Linux app, due for release at the end of November.