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Business Email Compromise hacks cost enterprises $2.3 billion
Compromised business emails have caused 17,642 enterprises worldwide to lose at least $2.3 billion, a new research paper from Trend Micro says.
The six biggest ICT trends at COMPUTEX 2016
COMPUTEX trade show showcased 6 big trends: Industry 4.0, market expansion to Asia, startup innovation, Internet of Things, virtual reality & gaming.
NorthTec student and Northland Inc bringing commercial 3D printing to life
Northland businesses will benefit from high-tech, commercial 3D printing thanks to an entrepreneurial NorthTec student and Northland Inc.
MASkargo ditches the mainframe, adopts cloud-based Unisys cargo management system
MASKargo, Malaysian Airlines' cargo division has switched its old mainframe system to Unisys Logistic Management System to improve operations.
The world of wearables: Users want panic buttons and location trackers
The most desired wearables right now are the Panic/SOS button, smart watch and the location tracker, an Ericsson ConsumerLab report says.
Crowdfunding crucial to Tech Valley growth, researcher says
A researcher from The Open Polytechnic released a statement saying that NZ's Technology Valley will need to depend on crowdfunding for future growth.
Self-driving cars: Great for safety, but they'll lose the insurance industry $20 billion
The new self-driving cars will be good for road safety, but will hurt the vehicle insurance industry, cutting US$20 billion from insurance premiums.
OrionVM leverages NEXTDC suite to boost growth
OrionVM's expansion of its wholesale Infrastructure-as-a-service (Iaas) using NEXTDC's data centre network has allowed the company to grow.
Avaya automates and streamlines AIDA's contact centre systems
Australian-based AIDA Group has chosen Avaya's contact centre technology in order to transform its call centre and customer experience processes.
IBM & Emirates' $300 million 10 year tech services agreement
IBM has partnered with Emirates Airline in a 10-year technology services agreement worth approximately US$300 million.
Survey says 3/4 of consumers expect your company to be hacked
Three quarters of consumers expect business and organisations to be hacked, a new study from cybersecurity firm Centrify reports.
Spark speaks out about Vodafone Sky merger
NZ telco provider Spark has said it's business as usual for the company, after the news broke this week that Sky will be buying out Vodafone NZ.
Manufacturing automation and the cyber risks that go with it
Increasing automation and interconnectivity in the world's industrial factories is unwittingly helping them become more vulnerable to cyber attacks.
Proof of concept cloud TLS hack: the silent hypervisor flaw
Third parties could eavesdrop on cloud communications encrypted with TLS, which can be almost undetectable by most people.
Manaiakalani group helping NZ decile 1 schools embrace tech
Digital technology is being used to give Kiwi school students an equal footing in education, no matter what their socioeconomic background.
Rural schools now have full access to completed Rural Broadband Initiative
Chorus has now finished its five-year project for the Government's Rural Broadband Initative (RBI), the company announced at a celebration in Waitomo.
Pronto Software weaves customer focus into new consultancy service
Pronto Software says it has acknowledged the potential for digitally integrated business management solutions that focus on customer engagement.
Introducing Ampple, the next generation of portable iPad sound
The Ampple speaker might just fix your tinny iPad sound - well that's that a team of sound engineers and tech geeks from Latvia are thinking.
Solarix Networks & Cradlepoint combine WAN & LTE strengths
Solarix Networks Limited and Cradlepoint have leveraged specialties to boost its wired wide area network (WAN) using Cradlepoint's LTE technology.
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Logitech Collaboration Program adds 15 new tech partners
Logitech Collaboration Program has drafted 15 new technology partners in an effort to further develop its Software Reference Kit.
Study says investment in customer experience strategy will pay off
A joint study has found that businesses should focus on customer experience strategies to generate a healthy 3-1 return on investment.
Co-operative Bank calls on Unisys to modernise IT infrastructure
The Co-operative Bank has utilised Unisys to improve its IT services & deliver on its customer acquisition, long term growth & new product strategies.
Auckland IT job market report: Money still reigns, but intangibles rate highly
Auckland IT professionals rate an attractive salary as most important consideration in a new job, but flexible working hours are very important too.
Music video tackles sexual consent
"It's okay to say no and be told no when it comes to sex." A new approach to educating youth about sexual consent has been adapted into a music video.