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Y Soft lifts sales volumes through SaaS and multi-product strategies
Enterprise office solutions provider Y Soft has grown its sales volume over the 2017-2018 fiscal year by 45%, equating to US$45 million (AU$62.9 million).
Transform responsibly - CompTIA’s top 10 tech trends
From IoT to AI, these innovations have the greatest potential to make near-term impacts on business, but CompTIA warns to approach them with care.
Tech Futures Lab launches Digital Suitcase to upskill everyday adults
Digital Suitcase is an online platform that teaches everyday adults digital knowledge that they need to thrive in the digital world.
IDC - spending on 3D printing to reach $23b in 2022
IDC forecasts worldwide spending to exceed $14 billion in 2019, an increase of 23.2% over 2018.
$10 million project launched to foster kiwi 3D printing startups
Multi-award winning professor Olaf Diegel will start with Auckland University’s Faculty of Engineering in early 2019.
Don’t be the bug - the benefits and dangers of DX
On Friday, IDC IT executive programs group VP Joseph Pucciarelli presented to a room of Kiwi CIOs with advice on how to get past the digital deadlock.
How to choose the best end-to-end solution for your 3D scanning projects
The Geomagic DesignX is the most comprehensive reverse engineering software that combines history-based CAD with 3D Scan data processing.
Kiwi Startup Spotlight: HI Jewellery puts an aesthetic spin on the term ‘wearable tech’
HIJ is offering a unique and new style of jewellery for digital natives, and forward-thinking tech-loving individuals.
Kiwi's 3D printing hobby turns into thriving business
Within three months of buying his 3D printer, Hayden had to buy another one simply to keep up with the demand he'd generated.
Could 3D printers speed up enterprise production?
3D Systems unveiled a next-generation additive metal platform for factory production.
Survey reveals next three years to be crucial for IT in Aussie retail
More than half confided their company would need to adopt new technology within the next three years in order to evolve and stay competitive.
HP snaps up first Aussie customer for new commercial 3D printer
Brisbane-based iOrthotics purchased HP’s Jet Fusion 3D 4200 printing solution.
Kiwi company trains future innovators with robotics, coding and more
'Normal' people like you and I could soon be left in the dust by the generation or two below us as OMGTech! trains our future innovators.
New distie deal brings Robo 3D printing range to Australia
Australia’s largest 3D printer retailer will be distributing Robo’s range of 3D printer and filament products across the country.
3D printing a booming market across Asia Pacific
Education is leading the charge with 3D printing, but there's another - somewhat surprising - growth market for the technology...
HP signs Metro Systems for 3D printing in Thailand
HP has appointed Metro Systems as its first Thai 3D printing solutions reseller as it seeks to ramp up delivery of the Jet Fusion 3D printing in APAC.
Kura takes on solving global issues with 3D printing
"The challenge combined creating a traditional board game with a new technology to help the students start thinking in a more future-focused way."
Chance for teachers to win 3D Printers with lesson plans
"3D printing has the ability to add a new dimension to classroom teaching. When teachers incorporate this technology, lessons come to life."
You're invited: Free webinar PD on robots coding and more
"Educators! Take some time out of your day and log into this free webinar focusing on innovative technologies and how the can promote great learning."
3D Printing revolutionises health education in South Island
"I could see how product design would add real value both in education and in health."
3D technology helps school fundraising
Year 9 students are preparing for the future with 3D printing and design skills under their belts.
Exciting new tech at Te Papa for innovative learning
Virtual Reality, 3D printers, 3D scanners, touch tables, and telepresence technologies will enable learners to connect in real time.
Kiwi student bound for Amsterdam to help robots build bridges
A young University of Auckland architectural graduate is set to take on Europe to use robots to build a pedestrian bridge over a canal.
Are educators restricting student access to 3D printing?
Student access to 3D printers across the globe is being restricted across the globe by education institutions, despite the learning benefits.