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Colt Data Centre Services & INAP commit to global alliance
Colt Data Centre Services and Internap (INAP) have announced a global, multi-year alliance to be based in North London.
BNZ teaches Settlers Village residents about online scams
Residents at Auckland’s Settlers Village are now wiser to the dangers of online scams, thanks to a visit from BNZ staff yesterday.
LaunchVic Australia seeks next generation of local & international angels
The Australian state of Victoria is on a serious mission to find its next generation of startup angel and venture capital investors.
Silicon Valley connection to boost NZ's agritech sector
An upcoming agritech conference in Silicon Valley may have a huge impact on New Zealand’s agritech sector, even from thousands of kilometres away.
Data classification: What’s the point of brushing off 'digital dust'?
To a lot of us data is boring but a necessary evil. Our organisations create documents that end up being stored somewhere, gathering digital dust.
Take a proactive approach to recruitment with talent pools
Businesses who go on recruitment drives only when there are open vacancies miss out on attracting the best possible talent.
DC Two set to build Australia's first solar-powered data center
The data center is currently being built in Collie, which is 200 kilometres south of Perth, in Western Australia.
Kiwi firm Code Avengers exports EdTech to Chile
A Hamilton tech innovator has scored a breakthrough deal with the Chilean government that will benefit 1500 disadvantaged students in Chile.
An expert's take on the state of ransomware today
One of the biggest challenges in the fight against ransomware is that there are thousands of variants; tiny pieces of code used over and over again.
How to secure your business against social media hijacking
Australian businesses and organisations’ widespread use of social media puts them at high risk of being hacked.
Innovative EV projects receive $3.97m government funding
“This is about demonstrating the rapidly evolving technology that is making electric vehicles a practical option for a growing number of businesses."
SAP Concur launches new real-time budgeting tool for SMBs
“Traditional budgeting methods focus solely on planning, which does little to help make informed decisions based on quality data in real-time.”
Aotearoa Social Enterprise Forum coming to Wellington
The Ākina Foundation is gearing up for this year’s Aotearoa Social Enterprise Forum, which is being held at Wellington Zoo in October.
Hydro66 boosts Sweden data centre expertise & capacity
Sweden-based data centre operator Hydro66 has continued to bank on strong company growth to boost staff, data centre builds, and capacity.
Xero attracts US-based B2B provider to its marketplace
B2B payment platform provider PayStand is one of the latest global companies to announce an integration with Xero.
Facebook rolls out updates to nurture business-customer connection
Facebook has rolled out another round of updates that it says will make things easier for people to interact with small businesses.
Vertiv launches new UPS solution for Asia & A/NZ markets
Vertiv has bumped up its uninterruptable power supply (UPS) portfolio with a new addition to the family: The Liebert EXS.
SORACOM & KDDI commit to advancing worldwide IoT business
The two companies have already started offering IoT business services across Southeast Asia and the United States, with other regions to follow.
Report: Tuesday is the best day to send a job offer
Tuesday is the best day to send a job offer to a potential new employee & 40% of those employees may accept their job offer through a mobile device.
Netsafe & Spark ramp up scam education efforts across NZ
Netsafe and Spark are on a mission to raise awareness about the dangers of phone and online scams.
Inland Revenue to improve AIM tax method with help from early adopters
Inland Revenue’s new Accounting Income Method now has plenty of early adopters and now the focus is on improving the product for year two.
CA Technologies joins EU 'privacy by design' research project
CA Technologies is one of eight technology partners that will shape a European research project designed to facilitate software privacy by design.
Something old, nothing new: Cybercrims still rely on spam
The probability of a recipient opening an email increases 12% if the email claims to come from a known individual.
Finding the right MSSP for your business: A buyer's guide
Security. It’s the supporting backbone of every business but it can often feel like an uphill struggle for internal security teams.