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Work site safety gets integrated mobile experience to steer clear of box-ticking compliance
Tech firm WhosOnLocation has one goal: To make sure everyone who passes through a building or work site is safe and secure.
Founders behind real estate AI tool look to North Island
It’s possible that the next real estate listing you see could have been written by an artificial intelligence tool.
SMEs need support in volatile economic times, says Canstar
Canstar general manager Jose George says every SME needs to be both flexible and responsive.
South Island law firm recognised by UN for gender equality
A South Island legal startup that has successfully conquered much of the South Island has been recognised by the United Nations.
Quick thinking remedies vulnerability in Schneider Electric ICS controller
Radiflow discovered that a serious vulnerability in the devices put the safety and availability of ICS networks in jeopardy.
AI research looks to insect and rodent brains for some big answers
The easiest way to do it is to learn how minds do it and then reverse engineer it. It’s a no-brainer.
Agritech firm releases open-source water monitor built on Raspberry Pi
“Essentially we are giving away water management technology. There are very few people who understand how to design and build these technologies."
Artificial intelligence: Marketing's new best friend?
AI could bring enormous value to marketing as an enabler that helps people, not one that takes away their jobs.
Ericsson, Sprint launch IoT network primed for cutting-edge developments
Ericsson and Sprint are planning to build an IoT network that is both distributed and virtualised in order to capture the future of IoT.
GitHub for Atom launches new pull request features and emoji support
GitHub says the new features are just a few of a swath of improvements that will be coming to Atom.
PM commends Pacific leaders' commitment to region's security challenges
"Modern-day regional security challenges include climate change, cybercrime, and transnational crime,” says PM Jacinda Ardern.
Cloud security a winning strategy to protect valuable data
Software-defined networking may be key to tackling security concerns about ever-increasing amounts of data in the enterprise space, says GlobalData.
MEGA's Chrome extension hacked; third party credentials exposed
The malicious Chrome extension asks for elevated permissions & steals credentials from sites such as Amazon, GitHub, Live.com, My Monero, plus others.
How one company's digital disruption is transforming NZ's freight industry
An Auckland freight startup is using technology and digital platforms to optimise and automate freight delivery around the country.
Enterprise Dunedin encourage local businesses to take on summer intens
Enterprise Dunedin is encouraging growing Dunedin businesses to take on interns this summer – or even longer if the interns are the right fit.
Xero celebrates partner achievements at annual awards
The Awards were held last night on the eve of Xerocon Brisbane, and this year they were even bigger than ever.
Scammers intercepting business emails in fake invoice scams
CERT NZ is warning New Zealand businesses to be aware of an upsurge in fake invoices, which are often intercepting genuine payments.
Botnet activity spreading multi-purpose malware tools
Cybercriminals who use botnets to conduct their attacks are shifting away from single-purpose malware .
Vodafone launches its latest smart workplace of the future
"We look to reflect diversity in ages, culture and types of work so that there’s space for everyone," says Murray Dobson.
Meet Amino, the NZ computing network with huge blockchain goals
You don’t have to look far to find local tech firms that are taking on blockchain and turning it into commercial potential.
It's giveaway time again! Win Marvel's Spider-Man on PS4
To celebrate the launch of Marvel’s Spider-Man on PS4, we have a copy of the game and a limited edition umbrella to give away to one spider-fan.
New Kiwis Challenge celebrates migrant entrepreneurs
Beyond the New Kiwis Challenge, Zino is all about supporting both local and international talent.
Securing the future of Australian healthcare amid rising data privacy concerns
Healthcare organisations are seemingly prime targets for cybercriminals because of the wealth of personal data they possess.
Three reasons organizations should consider network segmentation
ForeScout says that network segmentation splits networks into specific zones, which can then enact barriers against infiltrators.