APAC lights the way for women in executive roles
Organisations in Asia Pacific and the United States have more women in management than organisations in Europe – and globally, female representation on boards has doubled in the space of just 10 years.
NZ-based Brave New Coin launches crypto management platform
Australian fintech uses AI to disrupt banking industry
Kiwi software startup and AWS create new tool to empower businesses
Growing enthusiasm for Inland Revenue's new provisional tax option
ComCom faces security breach from stolen computer equipment
Registration for Sprout Accelerator open; $500,000 up for grabs
Jasper raises $2.3m led by European real estate investment giant
Proptech startup Jasper has raised $2.3 million in a funding round led by pan-European investment and asset management firm M7 Real Estate.
Avast launches SaaS-based secure internet gateway for SMBs
Digital security provider Avast has announced a new ‘always-on’ solution for channel partners, who in turn can deliver these services to small and medium businesses (SMBs).
IBM outlines why the 'boom' moment is key to better security
“Often I’m talking with people on the worst day of their business’ life.”
Skills Bright Sparks finalists announced
Young Kiwis from all over the country are demonstrating a passion for environmental issues and a passion for keeping the planet safe.
Fintech startup Hnry raises $2.15 million in investment round
Hnry was designed to make life easier for contractors, freelancers and other independent earners, providing an online service that takes care of their financial admin.
Don’t leave security behind in your digital transformation
Security transformation is about consolidating your security services into a coherent whole that eliminates gaps between DX services.
Gartner: Top 10 government tech trends
“Public sector leaders expect government CIOs to find ways technology can reduce costs, create efficiencies and improve outcomes for citizens and businesses."
The fourth Industrial Revolution is here and now
The fourth Industrial Revolution is underway, driven by the Softwarisation of Everything.
Ping Identity releases self-service IAM solution
The solution addresses common tasks across the Ping Intelligent Identity platform with simple, self-service workflows and standardised templates that can be delegated to business users.
Ola brings Apple Pay to ridesharing for Australia and New Zealand
Ola has become the first major rideshare platform to integrate Apple Pay in Australia and New Zealand. The Apple payment system will be a lead feature of a major upgrade for the app, according to a new report.
Montoux celebrates growth with new Courtenay Place office
Wellington-based insurtech Montoux is celebrating a new era of growth with a new office on Wellington’s bustling Courtenay Place.
LEGO's journey through digital innovation and beyond
As one of the 500 most valuable brands in the world, the company’s global success didn’t come without struggles.
Kiwi startups head to San Francisco for TechCrunch Disrupt
The Kiwi startup founders, recent graduates of ecentre’s Sprint Global programme, will join around 10,000 people interested in the startup and technology world at the TechCrunch Disrupt event.
Finalists for the 2019 Broadband Compare TUANZ Awards revealed
"It is great to see such a diverse range of finalists recognised and highlights what a great position connectivity in New Zealand is in."
Christchurch hosts two events to inspire social entrepreneurship in NZ
This month Christchurch has hosted two key events designed to encourage social entrepreneurship and innovation within New Zealand, with a particular focus on climate change and sustainability.
Vodafone begins 4G calling rollout
Vodafone has rolled out 4G Voice over Long-Term Evolution (VoLTE) calling across Auckland, with Wellington, Christchurch, and Queenstown soon to follow suit in December.
Got an old mobile phone lying around? Recycle it for free
If you’ve got an old mobile phone lying around that you know you’ll probably never use again, now’s the time to recycle it for free.
AWS EC2 strengthens compute power for ML applications
Amazon EC2 will leverage G4 instances to boost resources required to tackle computationally demanding tasks that could benefit from additional GPU acceleration.
Company-X encourages girls to rule NZ's tech industry
There aren’t too many women in STEM fields because there is an unconscious bias against women. This doesn’t just come from men, but other women too.
Quarter of a million up for grabs for charities through Vodafone NZ Foundation
Vodafone New Zealand Foundation is calling on registered charities to apply for $250,000 of innovation grants.
Social software & collaboration ripe for innovation, says Gartner
“The future of social software and collaboration will leverage new capabilities like social analytics, virtual personal assistants (VPAs) and smart machines,” says Gartner's Craig Roth.
Artificial intelligence creates 'significant' opportunity for New Zealand
The urgency for a national approach is emphasised by many of New Zealand's peer nations investing significantly in research and development, AI start-ups and growing talent.
You're invited to QNAP 2020 TechDay: Leveraging digital technologies to transform your business
QNAP 2020 TechDay will demonstrate its latest technologies to help businesses succeed in digital transformation, and to help them realise the near-limitless potential of future IT trends.
Christchurch firm sells AR tech to US retail marketing giant
Christchurch software development firm Smudge has sold a lucrative slice of its augmented reality (AR) technology to an American firm called InContext Solutions.
Marketing expert shares insights about digital disruption
Marketers should consider three things when they confront the ‘incoming headwinds of digital disruption’: Organise, optimise, and optimism.