Adobe Symposium unleashes innovations for the customer experience
“Every company must transform and maniacally focus on the customer experience."
Kordia launches nationwide broadcasting service
Genesis launches virtual power plant platform
Apple recalls 2015 MacBook Pros because they could catch fire
Canstar Blue’s SMB Internet Provider award winners are...
Tech Futures Lab to offer AWS Academy training
Entries now open for Trans Tasman Innovation and Growth Awards
D-Link Launches the DWL-7620AP Wireless Access Point
Designed for both small to medium businesses or larger enterprises, the DWL-7620AP provides administrators with a medium to large scale Wi-Fi network deployment solution.
Dropbox fuels collaborative workspaces with latest updates
Dropbox is introducing what it calls the ‘biggest user-facing change in the company’s history’, as it moves to become a central collaboration platform for teams, tools, and content.
Breach checking website Have I Been Pwned is up for grabs
The man behind the popular breach checking website Have I Been Pwned is stepping down from his esteemed post as sole manager of the site.
Protecting your business against online threats
Kordia helps organisations navigate minefields in cyberspace with its consultancy services, insights, and advice.
Facebook: 'We'll pay you if we can track your apps'
After years of tracking people with various forms of implied (and explicit) consent, Facebook is now allowing people to opt-in to being market research guinea pigs.
Spark Foundation puts Givealittle up for sale
Spark New Zealand’s charitable arm ‘Spark Foundation’ is eyeing up the sale of popular Kiwi not-for-profit crowdfunding platform Givealittle.
Zoom forges partnerships and adds channel programme
Zoom has released several enhancements and partnerships for its software-based conference room solution Zoom Rooms.
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.
Fantastical virtual reality art show comes to Tauranga
Two artists from different disciplines have collaborated on a show that utilises virtual reality to take attendees into imaginative lands.
Auckland startup raises $4.1m from top Silicon Valley investors
The duo initially developed software for other businesses until they decided to commercialise their internal product Termius, which was originally created for their own use.
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.
How LogRhythm’s UEBA mitigates and manages user risk
SANS surveys stipulate that user actions like falling for phishing attacks represent the biggest cyber threat for businesses.
UiPath brings automation skills to A/NZ students
UiPath is partnering with New Zealand academic institutions to train students for an increasingly technological workplace, primarily focusing on automation and robotics training.
Dropbox champions A/NZ data sovereignty with local service
Dropbox has launched its local hosting environment for Dropbox Business customers in Australia and New Zealand, providing more options for those customers to store their files onshore in Australia.
Inland Revenue moves to help investors get tax rate right
Inland Revenue is moving to help make sure investors, including KiwiSavers, get on the correct prescribed investor tax rate.
'Sittingitis' is the new taboo in the office
Despite numerous health warnings on the negative effects of prolonged sitting, people continue to sit too much.
How big data is enhancing the worlds food chain
We explain how one German firm is using big data to feed the worlds growing population.
New DocStar automation tool optimises order to fulfilment process
“With DocStar ECM Sales Order Automation, organisations can do more with fewer resources."
Evaluating a SIEM’s speed and scalability
SIEMs are supposed to consume log and event information from endpoints, security devices and network flows, while providing a dashboard for analysts to drill down into events.
Trade Me backs the Wonder Project to inspire Kiwi kids
The Wonder Project aims to get children excited about science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) in a way that’s both fun and engaging.
Kiwis love the humble podcast, survey finds
It’s official – New Zealanders love listening to podcasts – and those under 45 years of age seem to love them the most.
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."
Kiwi employees increasingly unsatisfied at work
“A new financial year is fast approaching, which traditionally brings fresh activity to the jobs market as new budgets are set and employers look to add to their headcount.”
Epson FastFoto FF-680W: The world’s fastest personal photo scanner
The FF-680W is able to scan photos as fast as one photo per second at 300 dpi at up to 36 photos per batch.
Whitepaper: How to cash in the value of your company's data
A crucial problem remains in that we don’t have a unified, comprehensive way to value data to enable it to be freely traded.