SAP Concur: Manual expense management holding back SMBs
“Fundamentally, automated expense management systems help SMBs target areas they’re likely to lose money on."
10 times malware proved that MacOS isn't bulletproof
Scam warning: Fake Google reviews and business listings targeting the vulnerable
Why AI algorithms are only as good as the data they’re fed - Snowflake
Govt gets serious about drone regulation in NZ
The Epson FastFoto FF-680W – an all-in-one photo and document scanner
Frost & Sullivan: How SIEM is either an enabler or a retardant
Kiwi tech company creates AR experience for new home builds
AR studio Reactar created a mobile platform called homeAR that helps buyers of new homes decide how their house should look.
Whitepaper: Measuring SIEM’s ability to create actionable defence
Many organisations are struggling to keep pace with the speed in which hackers are attacking their system.
ComCom grants clearance for Infratil to acquire shares in Vodafone
The Commerce Commission has granted clearance for Infratil Limited to acquire up to 50% of the shares in Vodafone New Zealand.
Fintech the new normal, survey finds
"The fact 55% of people use fintech on a regular basis highlights the staggering rate of the digitalisation of our everyday lives,"
Looking to land your dream job? Build your soft skills, says Hays
According to Hays latest Salary Guide, soft skills could be the differentiator between a successful or failed job search.
How digital document management can help training organisations boost compliance
“RTOs relying on paper documents are putting their organisation’s funding at risk."
NZX-listed PaySauce raises $1.5m
"we have evolved into a platform to streamline interactions between employees and employers," says PaySauce CEO Asantha Wijeyeratne.
HubSpot goes freemium with new CRM offering
Customers can now send emails, manage ad campaigns, and analyse marketing efforts as part of HubSpot’s free centralised platform.
Why data is the key to Finance/HR collaboration
Looking at a key part of the digital transformation puzzle for large organisations.
Report: Using UEBA to increase security analytics effectiveness
To facilitate more effective cybersecurity, businesses need to accommodate larger data sets with more advanced analysis of the data.
Nintex and Adobe extend e-signatures to Microsoft SharePoint
Enterprises using Nintex for SharePoint both online and on-premises now have access to the e-signature capabilities of Nintex Sign.
NZ's international tech reputation on the rise
"The delegation was impressed with the companies and how well the New Zealand tech ecosystem collaborates together and with government."
Govt announces Business Connect platform for SMBs
The $7.1 million platform will be called Business Connect, with the aim of integrating multiple services throughout one digital platform.
A quick overview of Microsoft Dynamics in 2019
We quickly explain where Microsoft's business applications unit is at in 2019.
Amazon admits storing Alexa recordings until users take action
Amazon’s Alexa voice service is storing all user voice recordings and transcripts on its servers by default – and people who want to delete those recordings must do so manually.
FintechNZ: Most NZ companies don't report cyber incidents
"There are some fundamental basics that a company can put in place with no or minimal cost. People and staff still pose a great risk, so cybersecurity issues need to be high on the management agenda.”
Solo business owners without partnerships 'hold NZ's economy back'
Going it alone can be the hardest way to run a small business, and some will even go as far as saying that solo business owners are ‘holding back New Zealand’s economy’.
UK tackles mapping challenges for self-driving vehicles
Great Britain is taking charge on developing global standards for high-definition mapping essential for the safe deployment of self-driving and autonomous vehicles.
Dunedin startups commit to waste minimisation
A group of Dunedin locals with a passion for waste minimisation put their collective heads together last weekend, as part of Startup Dunedin’s inaugural Waste Jam.
DevOps amongst most sought after skillset
The survey found 53% of respondents believe technical skills have the highest impact on the effectiveness of an organisation or department.
Callaghan Innovation seeks incubators to fuel NZ’s deep-tech growth
Successful incubators will help to develop technical and scientific research in New Zealand, and ensure technology translates to successful commercial outcomes.
Check Point research discovers new variant of mobile malware
“Agent Smith” malware automatically replaces installed apps with malicious versions without a user’s knowledge or interaction.
Singapore Tourism Board calling Kiwis to join new pilot programme
The Singapore Tourism Board is calling for local and international companies to join the Singapore Tourism Accelerator.
Video conferencing: How to make interviewing less awkward
“If businesses are going to use video-based interviews in their hiring process, they need to make the experience engaging."
KiwiNet secures funding from MBIE for research commercialisation of deep tech
KiwiNet runs a range of activities to empower the people who commercialise research.