ASB offers Google Pay - but some people will miss out
ASB customers have until July 16 to make the switch, before ASB Virtual is closed down permanently.
GitHub Desktop evolves for improved workflow support
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IRD shuts down fraudulent direct debit scam
Is the pain of resetting passwords finally over?
Zoom forges partnerships and adds channel programme
Air NZ recruits drones for aircraft maintenance checks
Air New Zealand will now use drones to inspect its aircraft fleet as they undergo heavy maintenance checks in Singapore.
Kiwi marketers urged to jump on the video advertising train
With digital-only advertising in New Zealand surpassing television advertising, New Zealand markerters are being urged to embrace video in their marketing mix.
NZ SMBs getting caught up in tech tool hype
The average SMB will use eight different cloud applications despite no noticeable improvement in profit or productivity.
Impact Hub boosts Waikato’s social enterprise scene
This month Impact Hub Waikato opened in Cambridge. The hub aims to support and expand the region’s social enterprise sector.
Cybersecurity 101: How to start protecting your organisation
Commercial losses, a damaged reputation or disruption to operations are all possible when your business is the victim of a cyber-attack.
Troovo brings robotics-powered payments solutions to enterprises
According to Troovo, globally in 2019, there are 115 billion wholesale payment transactions forecast, and virtual card spending is expected to go beyond $1 trillion by 2022.
SMEs take note: End of financial year creates oppportunity for business growth
"Waiting until the end of June to consider how to make the most of EOFY will make it difficult to manage the baseline tax and financial requirements, let alone make time for advanced business planning."
Air NZ soaring high for third consecutive year as NZ’s most attractive employer
Air New Zealand was recognised for its financial health, use of the latest technology and strong reputation.
AgritechNZ unveils major initiative to boost production
“With the need to feed the world’s population of 9.8 billion people by 2050, AgritechNZ is looking at ways New Zealand can scale up its food production."
Vodafone begins Voice over LTE (4G) rollout, a first for NZ
Vodafone has introduced VoLTE (4G) sites throughout Auckland’s North Shore. This is the first VoLTE offering in New Zealand, and the first of a nationwide approach for Vodafone.
Whitepaper: Are you getting your money’s worth from your SIEM?
Many organisations are struggling to keep pace with the speed in which hackers are attacking their systems.
New Tauranga office enables Datacom’s plans for regional growth
“We’re delighted that Datacom is expanding its presence in the Tauranga region."
Kiwi 'Gen Zers' crave learning & development in their jobs
Gen Z employees have clear career ambitions that first appear at university and follow them into the workforce, the study claims.
Are businesses spoiled for choice when it comes to their security options?
"Businesses need to understand which of the myriad available solutions will deliver real results."
CASE STUDY: Prototyping key to success when challenging design assumptions
Central Innovation helped Nura leverage CAD software SOLIDWORKS to refine and prototype the Nuraphone, culminating in a product that won the Best Innovation in Headphones category at consumer goods conference CES this year.
Frost & Sullivan’s key factors for selecting a SIEM
“In practice SIEM is either an enabler in reaching a higher tier of productivity and proficiency; or a retardant due to limitations in adaptability and scalability."
Renewed concerns over use of personal data, according to survey
“There is wide appeal for more permissions over how organisations access their identity data, and the choice to view and manage this in one secure place."
Seagate delivers first EXOS 16TB HDD and new drive for SMB NAS
The company has also released the Ironwolf and IronwolfPro high capacity hard drives for home and SMB NAS.
Chorus suspends Clearvision Communications from UFB work
“The changes we have made following the release of the independent report are already having a positive impact."
NZ's education sector must move fast to support edtech
New Zealand’s education sector needs to face up to automation and the way it will affect people’s jobs in years to come – and it needs to move quickly to do so.
LogMeIn expands cloud identity capabilities with new offerings
Many small and medium-sized companies don’t have the resources to implement robust security programs.
How AI & big data will shape Kiwi hospitality
Kiwi businesses can now achieve better customer service and better business results, thanks to AI and big data.
Trust and personalisation key to winning customer experience
“Today, CX technology has the power to secure, enhance and stimulate a brand’s relationship with a consumer – but it should not define, nor limit them.”
HPE to offer entire portfolio as-a-Service by 2022
HPE GreenLake aims to reset the digital opportunity for customers by providing a robust as-a-Service portfolio.
Print management key to helping IT department
“By using an integrated print management and document capture solution with seamless interoperability, IT teams can become more efficient and their time and knowledge can be spent adding value elsewhere."