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Taupō talks tech: The local Kiwi firms transforming business from the ground up
From New Zealand's farming heartland to the mountains and to the cloud, Taupō's regional businesses are embracing technology from the ground up.
Growing IoT adoption putting Australians at risk of cyber attacks
“There’s already been reports of connected vending machines or air conditioning units being used as back doors into the business network."
Kiwi startups provide IoT solution for boaties using AWS
AWS NZ country manager says cloud is reducing the barriers for Kiwi startups to innovate and make a mark on the global stage.
Introduction to blockchain: Why IoT and blockchain are a great match
Maybe you’ve heard that Blockchain is a “new type of Internet,” and cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin are the “new gold.”
Is LPWA the key to affordable and globally available IoT?
Transmission via this technology is at least ten times cheaper than GPRS or 3G.
IoT device security is a business responsibility, too
"It's essential to carefully consider security when implementing IoT devices and to not trust that security will be managed by the vendor."
Nurturing digital healthcare innovation in Asia
For consumers, digital healthcare is about more choice, better services and more active participation in their health and healthcare.
Kiwi teams make a clean sweep at Microsoft A/NZ innovation competition
Kiwi ingenuity wins hearts and the top three places in the Microsoft Imagine Cup A/NZ finals, beating their Australian counterparts.
Comprehensive Infrastructure monitoring long overdue in healthcare digitalisation
To ensure the availability of these systems, comprehensive monitoring of both IT and medical devices is required.
Media & entertainment industry data centres being pushed to the edge
Schnedier Electric's Russel Senesac says there are a number of factors behind the growing need for the industry to be powered by edge computing.
Why the GDPR is necessary and key to the tech future
GDPR will not be perfect.
Will IIoT take us to the cloud or closer to the edge?
Are cloud data centers sufficiently equipped to deal with the volume and speed of the data generated in large production facilities?
United Nations' telco union launches ICT data and report library
"Policy makers, academics, companies and other ICT stakeholders around the globe will greatly benefit from the new ITU iLibrary digital platform."
Aus IoT startup driving efficiency in hospitals with Bluetooth asset tracking
Leash It plans to make the LeashView system available in New Zealand in June.
Interview: Diving Into the malware abyss with LogRhythm's Erika Noerenberg
SecurityBrief talked with LogRhythm senior malware analyst Erika Noerenberg about vulnerability exploitation, malware, and the Internet of Things.
TUV Rheinland helps Dahua Technology's IoT devices to become GDPR-compliant
The agreement will help develop product privacy for products such as IP cameras, network video recorders, software platforms, and intelligent servers.
Schneider Electric & FKG Group open $40 million Tier III data center
“It has been a real pleasure to forge this partnership with the FKG Group."
Unisys extends cyber protection to IoT and connected devices
Unisys has moved to include Internet of Things (IoT) devices and other internet connected equipment in the new version of its Unisys Stealth.
Microsoft unleashes broad range of security features & partnerships at RSA Conference
Secure microcontrollers, 365 commercial cloud, advanced threat protection tools; and stronger partnerships are all top-of-mind for Microsoft.
Cyber attackers still using oldest tricks in the book - yet they're still so good at hiding
Attackers are swift to ramp up the volume of attempts to break through defences once they find an effective technique.
Mayday calls & drones: Ten things we bet you didn’t know about Kordia
The company can trace its heritage all the way back to the early 1920s when the AM first broadcast was made.
Exclusive interview: Microsoft drives intelligent edge with Azure Stack
“What we are trying to do is bring the cloud to where the customer can actually be comfortable.”
Cisco and SAS build Internet of Things research lab in Sydney
“The value of edge data is at its greatest when analysed in transit, and this is what our trailblazing global partnership with Cisco makes possible.”
$570 million IoT goldmine waiting to be tapped by NZ agri sector
“As technology makes its way onto the fields in the future, more farm management will be done from a desk or device instead of in the field.”