DataRobot launches centralised machine learning hub
Following the acquisition of ParallelM, DataRobot augments its enterprise AI platform with centralised deployment, monitoring, and governance for machine learning models.
NZ's global alliances put it at risk for cyber attacks, expert says
Tech not a threat: NZ must embrace change
Step aside: Employees think they'd do a better job than the boss
What will NZ's workplace of the future look like? We've got the trends.
Time to include multi-factor authentication in your cybersecurity strategy - WatchGuard
Congestion in NZ's cities adds to employee strain
BP signs up as latest Xero partner
BP has become the latest company to sign on to e-invoicing solution Xero Connect.
Lack of investment in talent biggest barrier to martech adoption - Adobe
While Retail, Manufacturing and Wholesale industries responded with the greatest understanding of the value of marketing technology, Government and Tourism sectors are lagging behind.
Stairway to hell: Scams, ransomware, and $6.5m gone from Kiwis' pockets
In just a three month period this year, New Zealanders reported more than 1000 cybersecurity incidents and financial losses of $6.5 million to CERT NZ.
Smarter customer service starts with intuitive phone systems
Aircall’s phone system has features like automatic call logging, in-call note taking, and real-time dashboards to make the most of your customer support resources.
Hands-on review: The middle-of-the-road 2019 iPad Air
Apple's 2019 iPad Air falls squarely in the middle of the workhorse iPad Pro and the entry-level iPad in terms of price point and specification.
Digitally transform without fear with consistent security policies
DX carries increased risk, especially as organisations extend their network operations further afield with Operational Technology (OT) and tap into new opportunities with 5G.
Hands-on review: Lenovo ThinkPad Carbon X1 (6th Gen)
The 14-inch Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon with Windows 10 Professional is certainly a good investment for a durable work laptop – and it definitely ticks all the boxes.
No drop wasted: Kiwi company utilises AWS to power growth
Kiwi company Trickle, is committed to helping hospitality organisations in New Zealand to ‘go green’ and reduce beer wastage.
VR boom shows no sign of slowing
The virtual reality market will exhibit a 42.2% CAGR, as big brands move to offer an advanced user experience says Fortune Business Insights.
Forget disruption, you should be worrying about our lack of tech
According to the new report, ‘New Zealand, technology and productivity’, it isn’t that New Zealand has too much technology it’s that we don’t have enough.
Kiwi tourism startups making tracks in NZ and abroad
“There’s been talk of the New Zealand tourism industry slowing down. Because of that, I think it’s more important than ever that New Zealand fosters innovation in the tourism industry, and that’s exactly what Lightning Lab Tourism has been about."
SMBs cite security, backup & recovery as top business concerns
Cybersecurity, backup and data recovery are important, but most SMBs sit between the two lowest levels of IT maturity.
Grow NZ Accountants plans to disrupt NZ's 'dying' accounting industry
New Zealand’s accounting industry is ‘dying’ – and it’s a case of innovate or fade away before automation displaces traditional business accounting entirely.
AI: Urgent action needed to address NZ challenges
"But to take full advantage we need to act now, be the agile innovators we are and not wait for a fully-formed national strategy to arrive first."
Application shielding startup RedShield raises $14m
RedShield CEO and co-founder Andy Prow says that taking capital from a New Zealand private equity player was a strategic choice.
Soft skills increasingly important for IT career growth – SolarWinds survey
SolarWinds conducted a survey and had responses from 177 technology professionals from across the globe, including those from public and private sectors.
Jail time for woman who failed to pay $740,000 PAYE
Inland Revenue prosecuted Nicola ‘Nicky’ Dargie for failing to pay PAYE, leading to the liquidation of all of her businesses. It’s not the first time she has been convicted.
Katana Technologies releases anti-ransomware solution
Financial losses to cyber-attacks in New Zealand reported between 1 April and 30 June were $6.5 million, up from the $1.7 million reported in the previous quarter.
GitHub amps up vulnerability reporting capabilities
GitHub has announced new capabilities that make it easier for developers to report vulnerabilities directly from their repositories.
Security flaw left Android phones open to SMS phishing attacks found
Check Point Research discovered the vulnerability impacts phones from Samsung, Huawei, LG, and Sony.
Chch's Ministry of Awesome offers startup exchanges in Australia
Christchurch-based Ministry of Awesome is partnering with The Business Centre in Australia to offer Canterbury startups a connection to New South Wales and the Australian market.
All the details on Apple’s newest iPhones
Apple unveiled its latest range of iPhones today focusing on camera improvements on top of the standard performance updates users have come to expect.
Artificial intelligence to play crucial role in NZ way of life
"We need to consider AI in all sectors, including health, education, agriculture and banking. AI will be useful in almost every way of life in New Zealand."