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ACCC issues warning about new twist on remote access scams
The ACCC has issued another warning to Australians to be wary of scam tactics, as victims continue to lose large sums of money.
Eye spy: Jaguar Land Rover trials 'eye pods' on autonomous vehicles
Some of us may wonder if we can trust one of those vehicles to stop for us when we’re crossing the road.
What SMEs need to know about the role of the network in digital transformation
According to recent research, digital transformation will contribute US$7 billion to New Zealand’s GDP.
From San Francisco to the Southern Ocean: The tale of a Saildrone shipwreck
The case of a missing saildrone that set off from San Francisco three years ago has finally been solved right here in New Zealand.
3CX names auckland firm Ufone as preferred SIP provider
Auckland telecommunications company Ufone has picked up an accolade for being a preferred SIP provider in New Zealand.
Booster pledges $10m to Victoria Uni's Viclink startups
Victoria University of Wellington’s Viclink and financial services firm Booster are set to invest $10 million to develop startups.
NZ agritech innovators touch down in Silicon Valley
Thirty of New Zealand’s agritech innovators have finally landed in Silicon Valley this week as they get ready to put their innovations to the test.
Kiwi locals can now share 'Experiences' with Airbnb travellers
Kiwis who fancy themselves local experts now have the chance to become ‘micro-entrepreneurs’ through Airbnb.
Xero opens doors to new Americas HQ in downtown Denver
A 30,000 square-foot space nestled in a brand new building in Denver Colorado is the new home of Xero’s new US headquarters.
Disruptive tech to shape future of commercial real estate
Commercial real estate investors will need to tackle the speed of change and the struggle of infrastructure to keep up.
Interview: Vault Cloud illuminates secure govt cloud in the machine learning age
“If you want security, sovereignty, and privacy aspects to be combined with the benefits of AI, it’s really about using a government community cloud."
Tā Koha: The new crowdfunding programme for Māori businesses
Tā Koha will support Māori business and social ventures that wish to use ‘crowd power’ or whanau supporters to fund the kaupapa they care about most.
MYOB says it's 'on track' to hit 1m subscribers by 2020
“Our client-focused innovation continues to drive business improvements and personal rewards for businesses throughout New Zealand and Australia."
More people are reporting online bullying to Netsafe than ever before
Online abuse, bullying and harassment are continuing to cause harm to New Zealanders nationwide, and more people are reporting incidents to Netsafe.
Kiwis' scam losses hit $18.6m, eclipsing last year's figures
This year Kiwis have lost a staggering $18.6 million to scams, compared to $10.1 million for over the entirety of last year.
ACC automates claims process for straightforward injuries
ACC is implementing a new claims process that it believes will speed up responses to straightforward accident-based claims.
How SMBs can save money using automated accounts payable processes
Small businesses that switch to automated accounts payable (AP) processes may find that common money-loss problems disappear.
Tech with heart: Datacom kicks off annual hackathon in Auckland
“Innovative thinking & a deep understanding of what drives people are what give technology solutions substance," says Datacom Group CEO Greg Davidson.
Six reasons you need to ditch paper processes and move to digital
Businesses yet to embrace paperless processes or those that only use them in part of their business need to move fast.
Think like a burglar: The keys to better home security
Some of us are a laidback and trusting bunch - and many of us don't have a home security system.
Funding boost helps local tech clubs give young Kiwis a better digital future
Code Club Aotearoa, Digital Natives Academy and 21C Skills Lab will be able to help young Kiwis explore their digital futures
Mimicry Tech the first Southland team in Mahuki innovation accelerator
"Having access to all of Te Papa, its people and research will be invaluable for Southland’s arts and heritage scene."
Survey to explore high-performing tech firms' marketing secrets
The ninth annual Market Measures survey aims to gain feedback from at least 300 New Zealand tech firms about how they market and sell their products.
Trade Me rakes in 'record' 6.6% annual growth rate
Trade Me is celebrating another year of what it is calling ‘record revenue and profit’ for FY18, with increases up in all areas of the business.