InternetNZ discloses vulnerability that can be used to carry out cyberattacks
The vulnerability, called TsuNAME, was noticed in February 2020 in the .nz registry.
eCommerce losses to online payment fraud to exceed $20 billion in 2021
NZ pricing exposed for Apple’s latest product announcements
Virtual shopping, augmented reality could soon replace tactile shopping - study
Adobe makes its mark on digital healthcare innovation
Navigating security threats beyond a compliance-centric posture
NZ startups show strong growth despite COVID-19 challenges
How quality IT support coupled with Microsoft Surface can improve efficiency
Time is money. Save both with a fleet of Microsoft Surface devices managed by Cyclone’s always-on IT Support team.
10 things you didn't know about Kiwi ICT company Advantage
Advantage is one of New Zealand’s most established IT providers with offices in Auckland and Palmerston North.
Kordia acquires Auckland-based managed IT firm Base2
Kordia Group CEO Shaun Rendell says it's a natural progression of the company’s services as IT and telecommunications converge.
Employees say Slack should stay after the pandemic
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, collaboration platforms such as Slack have become the primary communication tool for the majority of organizations
HPE, Facebook and Microsoft open up patent books in effort to tackle climate change
As part of the Low-Carbon Patent Pledge, the three companies have made ‘hundreds’ of royalty free patents available.
AWS launches machine learning training for business leaders
Amazon Web Services has launched free digital training courses in a bid to empower business leaders with machine learning knowledge.
COVID-19 hasn't dampened A/NZ entrepreneurial spirit, study finds
“Entrepreneurs are the engine-room of the business ecosystem and are vital for a healthy economy here in Australia, New Zealand and across APAC."
Google Cloud launches region picker tool for customers
The region picker is one way of partnering with customers to decrease carbon emissions, boost renewable energy usage and improve infrastructure sustainability.
Spark selects new platform for workers
Spark NZ has changed the way their employees work by selecting a new customer experience company.
Vodafone guilty of nine breaches of Fair Trading Act
In a ruling from the Auckland District Court last week, Vodafone NZ was guilty of being 'liable to mislead' consumers about the nature of its FibreX service.
University of Auckland selects AWS as strategic cloud provider
UoA will leverage AWS cloud to drive its digital transformation and enhance student engagement during online learning, which has been accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Adobe: The power of personalisation in the age of digital experiences
At present, large global organisations including The Coca-Cola Company, Hilton, The Home Depot, ServiceNow and Sony Interactive Entertainment utilise the Adobe Experience Platform as part of their digital experience strategy.
Apple jumps on the Bluetooth tracker bandwagon pioneered by Tile
Apple has entered the market for Bluetooth trackers, pioneered by companies like Tile - but as always, Apple puts its own spin on things.
With death of third-party cookies on horizon, Adobe provides marketers with alternative
Adobe says adopting a first-party strategy, whereby quality, permission-based data is placed at the centre of customer engagements, is the future.
Are personal loans considered as a taxable income?
Everyone in New Zealand must pay tax on their earnings, whether they are individuals, businesses, or organisations.
How 7 Eleven responded to Covid-19 using technology
A fascinating look at six key innovations that have driven success at 7 Eleven Australia.
Driving revenue from the Edge
It’s expected by 2023, 5G and Edge will provide $517 billion of revenue across manufacturing, heath care, transport, environmental monitoring and gaming alone.
Vonto launches updates to business insights app
Vonto has released new product integrations to its business insights app, to better support Australia and New Zealand’s startup and SMB community.
Apple TV gets 4K upgrade & features a new Siri remote
If you found yourself dreaming about the day your Apple TV could broadcast videos, TV shows, and movies in 4K, today Apple has made that dream a reality.
Data breaches enabling blackmail, extortion and intellectual property theft
Data breaches and cyberattacks are no longer just an online issue.
The sky’s the limit: Serko & Booking.com bring corporate travel to life
With travel comes the requirement for flights, rental cars, and hotels. Behind all of that is a Kiwi success story by the name of Serko.
SAS & Malala Fund predict impact of climate change on girls' education
Malala Fund will use these findings to encourage leaders at the 2021 UN Climate Change Conference and beyond to take action.
Hands-on review: D-Link AX3000 Wi-Fi 6 PCIe Adapter
D-Link’s DWA-X3000 AX3000 Wi-Fi 6 Adapter allows all PC users access to the new Wi-Fi 6 connectivity for faster network connections.
Real-time decisioning critical to meeting increased customer expectations
"Organisations have to work hard to provide a customer experience that stands out in an increasingly crowded marketplace."
KiwiNet fosters innovation with two new appointments
“Now more than ever, we need to accelerate emerging deep-tech start-up companies and research discoveries that offer new solutions to big global challenges."
Dynabook expands education laptop range with 11.6" Dynabook E-10S
The 1.15 kilogram laptop is 19.9 mm thin, designed to be lightweight and compact.
VMware, Vapor IO head Open Grid Alliance with plans to 'rearchitect the internet'
Dell Technologies, DriveNets, MobiledgeX and PacketFabric are all supporting the cause to evolve the internet.
Google adds protection in its fight against bad apps
Google has introduced a range of new policies to help protect users and guard against bad apps and developers, as it prioritises providing a safe experience to Google Play users and developers.
New Zealanders uneasy over automated decision-making
New Zealanders are uneasy with how automated decision-making systems are used in society, particularly by the Government, according to new research.
University of Waikato installs NVIDIA supercomputer to advance AI research
A supercomputer dubbed ‘The Ferrari of computing’ has been installed at the University of Waikato.
Jabra announces two new additions to PanaCast camera range
The new lineup includes the PanaCast 50 intelligent video bar and the PanaCast 20 intelligent personal camera.
Paperless office practices on the rise as COVID speeds up digitisation - study
"Paper was already becoming passé in many organisations, but this pandemic has dramatically accelerated its demise."
University of Waikato launches AI research institute 'Te Ipu o te Mahara'
Te Ipu o te Mahara, which means ‘A Receptacle of Consciousness’, is an institute that will explore real-time analytics in big data and machine learning.
No more 'pawswords': Why pet names shouldn't unlock your online accounts
Jingles. Bubbles. Arlo. Frankie. Buttercup. They're all terrible password choices.
NETGEAR announces availability of next-gen WiFi 6 offerings for SMBs
According to NETGEAR, the Insight Managed WiFi 6 AX1800 Access Points, and the WAX610 line of devices deliver up to 70% faster speed to devices than its WiFi 5 predecessor.
Apple creates sweeping carbon removal fund
The US$200 million fund has set its goal to remove ’at least one million metric tons of carbon dioxide annually from the atmosphere’ — equivalent to the amount of fuel used by over 200,000 passenger vehicles.
Brantas brings tech to the hospitality sector in post-COVID New Zealand
"We see an opportunity to enhance the existing hospitality experience by adopting and merging some of the world’s latest hospitality technologies.”
Apple introduces first iMac to feature M1 chip
“M1 is a gigantic leap forward for the Mac, and today we’re excited to introduce the all-new iMac, the first Mac designed around the breakthrough M1 chip.”
NZ's productivity & innovation lags behind Singapore, Denmark - report
However, the report notes that these frontier firms can be up to 45% less productive than comparable frontier firms in other countries.
Spark, CCL awarded APAC growth partner of the year awards for Fortinet
The companies awarded APAC Growth Partner of the Year have leveraged their customers’ digital transformation requirements to increase their product and service offerings, thereby meeting customer demands and simultaneously growing their business.
Microsoft pledges to bridge 'disability divide' with renewed commitment to accessibility
Microsoft says it’s doubling down on accessibility in order to bridge what the World Bank has dubbed the ‘disability divide’.
In brief: The top announcements from Adobe Summit 2021
“The pandemic has shown that brands that put a laser focus on customer experience management come out in front," says Adobe's Anil Chakravarthy.