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Study finds many NZ business websites to be slow and self-obsessed
A new study has found at least 80 percent of New Zealand business websites are slow, generic, and verging on being narcissistic.
NZ women ditch the glass ceiling and make their own success
They’re ambitious, they’re self-starters, and they’re running young and dynamic enterprises that they’re eager to grow.
NBN Co rolls out 'optimised' wholesale business bundles for ISPs
“We recognise some businesses are on nbn powered plans that have not been optimised for their needs," says Paul Tyler.
Why NEXTDC believes corporate social responsibility is vital
NEXTDC announced its new corporate social responsibility program, committing to improving local communities.
10 innovative Christchurch start-ups profiting from govt scheme
Delivered by ChristchurchNZ, 10 promising start-ups were granted an intense 12-week mentoring course to help them get a leg up.
Red Hat unveils latest process automation offering
Red Hat announced the launch of its Process Automation Manager 7, a cloud-native platform for developing business automation services.
Survey finds sharp decline in Auckland business confidence
1 year ago Auckland businesses were feeling relatively optimistic about the economy, but fast-forward to the present and that has drastically changed.
Why businesses are adopting electronic currency
Using electronic currency instead of cash means that users can continue to make purchases even when cash flow has slowed.
There is more to Intel’s new drone than meets the eye
Intel Mission Control Software is the next generation of flight planning, project management and data handling for the Intel Falcon 8+ drone.
Interview: The motivation behind building a cybersecurity business
Robin Block interviewed CybSafe founder Oz Alashe to determine his motives, the challenges involved and what the future holds.
Exclusive Interview: The City of Newcastle on smart city investment
Deputy Lord Mayor of Newcastle Declan Clausen talks about how the city is investing in smart city technology.
Five ways for MSPs to sharpen their business this year
Marina Brook has some advice for MSPs who are looking to take their business to the next level or tighten up their practice in 2018.
Dicker Data bolsters PC portfolio with Venom Computers
Dicker Data will be distributing Venom’s main product line, the Venom Blackbook Zero as well as their regular Blackbook line.
Konica Minolta and Western Sydney University build digital manufacturing capabilities
Konica Minolta has announced a partnership with Western Sydney University (WSU) to build digital manufacturing capabilities...
Overtime on the rise in NZ – employees to walk if it becomes excessive
We’ve all burnt the midnight oil at one stage or another, but a new poll has revealed overtime is on the rise in NZ - and employees don't like it.
AI may have your health and finances on record before the year is out
Here's how artificial intelligence and deep learning are moving from buzzwords to revenue-generating endeavours...
New deal seeks to make China more accessible for AU businesses - and vice versa
“This agreement provides Hong Kong businesses with the opportunity to engage themselves in the Australia market."
AI, big data and drones, are these the future of NZ businesses?
New and innovative technology is in strong demand across all industries, including services such healthcare...
Uber Central launch will let NZ companies manage Uber rides at scale
Uber Central lets businesses request, manage, and pay for rides for other people, allowing organisations to manage multiple rides at the same time.
Otago's online MBA among the world's best
"The Otago Online MBA represents a major breakthrough in business education in New Zealand."
How smaller, innovative firms can deliver better value than big consulting firms
Big is often still viewed as best, despite the key advantages that smaller businesses can provide like agility and availability of expertise.
How to get paid faster, without ruffling any feathers
A healthy cash flow can be enough to define any business, but how do you keep your invoices in line without risking your hard-earned relationships?
Expert advice: Vision vs Strategy
"Certainly, strategy and strategic direction can and should relate to the overall vision, but they’re not interchangeable."
Kiwi companies aren't prepared for DDoS attacks
“Surviving a DDoS attack is about getting your planning right. You can never eliminate the chance of an attack happening, but you can mitigate it."