Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Who is Enlighten Designs?
Today, Techday speaks to Enlighten Designs founder and CEO Damon Kelly, who discusses the company's business journey, a recently signed partnership with an Australian digital services provider, and its vision for the future of web design.
HubSpot boosts SMS marketing capabilities with MessageMedia
NZ tech exports to reach $16 billion before 2030
NZ-based smart meetings startup PlayBooks launches in A/NZ
Spark and Vodafone get behind InternetNZ's digital inclusion action plan
Spark removes data caps on wireless broadband
AVR Lab named exclusive distributor for AR glasses OEM
InternetNZ tackles increased cyberattacks with new partnership
"We want to arm our customers with the best possible defence against known threats on the Internet."
A complete buyer’s guide to HCM technology
Let us help you narrow down your search with a few important things to consider before selecting an HCM vendor. Click here.
Acer announces 5G convertible with 24hr battery
The company states that the convertible notebook is designed for professionals who frequently travel.
Google & Lenovo launch first meeting room kits for Google Meet
Google Meet Series One meeting room kits are engineered for hybrid working environments, such as those in the office and in remote locations
Govt funds research into solar tsunamis, decolonising algorithms and more
With $187 million in grants going to research across Aotearoa New Zealand, we look at a few of the tech-related projects that have been given funding.
Remote working brings benefits to businesses, but it's not without its challenges
"Now, its time to reflect and analyse this, to see what positive patterns have arisen that we need to reinforce and what negative patterns we see, that need to be changed."
Xero revamps Starter plan to support businesses during COVID crisis
"History has shown us that following downturns there is a business resurgence."
SecOps opens new Cyber Defence Operations Centre in Auckland
Privacy Commissioner John Edwards officially opened the centre this week, recognising SecOps’ efforts to provide managed security services to New Zealand businesses.
2020 has profoundly changed how we work – so what now?
To navigate these changes now and into the future we need to build adaptable technologies and resilient workforces that can adjust on the fly.
COVID: Kiwi organisations less prepared for disasters than Australia
A large proportion of New Zealand businesses need support to ensure the continuity of their operations.
QNAP new rackmount NAS designed for hybrid cloud
The quad-core TS-x32PXU series rackmount NAS includes dual 10GbE SFP+ and dual 2.5GbE for hybrid cloud environments.
Proofpoint launches new SMB focused security awareness training
Proofpoint has launched security awareness training for small to medium businesses (SMBs) with the aim of reducing successful phishing attacks and malware infections to almost zero.
Google starts Android 11 rollout - a taste of what's new
Android 11 is now live – but if you don’t have one of the ‘selected’ OnePlus, OPPO, Pixel, realme, or Xiaomi phones, you might be in for a bit of a wait.
Getac releases updated fully-rugged tablet
The UX10 is an update on its previous model with the latest processor, storage and connectivity tech.
Hands-on review: The 2020 iMac is as 'pro' as desktops can get
This year’s iMac is a beast. It ticks all boxes from design to display, internals, camera, mic and speakers. It even has the Apple T2 Security Chip for additional security.
Aruba unveils channel award winners + SMB and partner strategies
"We remain fully committed to delivering products, programs and services that support their business goals and helping partners grow their opportunities."
A sneak peek at HP's new line of laptops, PCs, monitors & printers
HP’s vision for its new range of PCs, printers and services is to make remote working ‘as productive, connected, and secure as possible’ as businesses adopt hybrid workplaces.
Firms that use social as a 'megaphone' miss out on transformation - Hootsuite
Organisations often limit social to the marketing department, but instead it should be connected into the ‘lifeblood and workflow’.
National Party announces $1.29 billion tech policy ahead of election
The policy, announced today, pledges to create 100,000 jobs in the industry by 2030 if the party is elected next month.
Hands-on review: PNY HP flash drives
PNY sent over a selection of their new HP authorised flash drives for us to put through their paces.
COVID-19 defined work practices may be here to stay, new study shows
The report examined employee expectations in a post-COVID workplace and found that 89% want at least one COVID-19 practice adopted permanently in their day-to-day lives. On average, just 11% of respondents are happy to return to how things were.
Vodafone brings xone IoT platform to Aotearoa
The platform is a localised version of a solution belonging to the Vodafone Group, providing key in-country functionality to technology.
Kiwi company creates cross-company collaboration app
FutureWork Studio has developed Hive, an app which creates an internal talent marketplace within an organisation.
Four ways AI can ease tedious, everyday tasks
Technology has made many ‘impossible’ things possible. Here are some examples.
Businesses ditch legacy systems for cloud-based communications
There are five good reasons why embracing cloud-based communications and collaboration is a business priority
A/NZ firms turn to analytics & BI for support during COVID
Workforce issues and new ways of working, adapting to shifts in the economy and the market, driving revenue and managing cashflow are top-of-mind for businesses.
Fiverr launches platform to bring freelancers closer to business
Fiverr says it wanted to create an integration that could fit into an organisation’s workflow and become ‘part of the digital onboarding experience’ for employees, meaning freelancers can access email, Slack, Dropbox, and the Fiverr Business team account.
Artificial intelligence key to NZ's economic future - report
"During this time, the value of human-machine collaboration has never been clearer."
Employee experience critical in return to ‘new normal’, study shows
A disciplined return to work for Aucklanders and beyond is crucial to aid in New Zealand’s economic recovery, according to recruitment and HR specialist Randstad.
Microsoft NZ expands senior leadership team
Microsoft New Zealand has announced the expansion of its senior leadership team, with the appointment of Nigel Parker to the newly created role of customer success unit lead.
Adobe releases 'Liquid Mode' to make PDFs more mobile-friendly
Adobe has a vision for the digital document, and it goes beyond large desktop or notebook screens to encapsulate other modern ways of working, such as mobile devices.
NZTech chief hopeful for greater diversity in tech sector
With the most diverse board ever, Muller has released a statement that highlights greater inclusion as the tech sector thrives in a pandemic-hit NZ.
Hands-on review: The Jabra Elite 45h headphones
For a headset coming in at under $200, Jabra has packed in an array of features that appeal to the budget-conscious that demand a quality sound experience.
UNESCO completes major progress on establishing foundation of ethics for AI
"We need a robust base of ethical principles to ensure artificial intelligence serves the common good. We have made this process be as inclusive as possible since the stakes involved as universal, she explained.”
Phishing scam imitates SharePoint & OneNote for nefarious clicks
Sophos researchers say that the attackers take a slightly different approach to the standard ‘fake login’ phishing email.
Microsoft launches program to help people with disabilities excel in tech
Microsoft wants to help people with disabilities excel in their technology careers, which is why it has launched a first-of-its-kind pilot program to achieve those goals.
Performance monitoring & how it drives low-cost efficiency
Business users explains how performance monitoring helped him reduce cloud costs by 50%, among other business benefits.
ServiceNow extends Microsoft partnership with new Teams functionality
Powered by ServiceNow’s digital workflow platform, the Now Platform, the new capabilities are also said to improve agent productivity by enabling them to more effectively collaborate and complete key tasks in Microsoft Teams.
HPE launches new storage solution for SMEs
Hewlett Packard Enterprise has unveiled the next generation of its HPE Modular Smart Array (MSA), HPE MSA Gen 6.
Why Lenovo ThinkBook is better than the competition
ThinkBook: Wherever you go, your laptop is along for the ride.
COVID-19: Is technology New Zealand's silver bullet?
"The New Zealand technology sector continues to thrive and support the New Zealand economy during the global pandemic."
Business culture key to delivering effective cybersecurity
Cybersecurity requires not only technology, but a security culture in your workforce.