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Competition: Help Kiwi kids celebrate the good side of the internet
Trend Micro’s What’s Your Story? Is a fun poster competition for kids aged between 5-12 years. They can design a poster that reflects the good side of the internet in whatever creative ways they come up with.
Adobe's purchase of Marketo becomes talking point for marketing cloud integration
Adobe is handing over US$4.75 billion (NZ$7.1 billion) to acquire B2B marketing cloud firm Marketo
Deloitte taps Brisbane cloud firm CloudTrek to bolster consulting services
Deloitte says it’s continuing to pursue its technology consultancy business with help from Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Brisbane-based cloud firm CloudTrek.
Sony is bringing back the 90s memories with PlayStation Classic
Is that a PlayStation Classic in your pocket, or….
Keeping your smart home safe in the world of IoT
The malware Mirai attacked tens of thousands of IP cameras and Wi-Fi routers. Bad user habits, such as some users never changing the default passwords, also pave the way for attackers to gain easy access.
In memoriam: Paul Douglas, a man of tremendous intellect and sense of humour
"He is dearly missed by the IBM New Zealand team and we are supporting his family through this difficult time."
You’re invited – Artificial Intelligence in the Enterprise summit 2018
Designed for the C-suite, CTOs, directors, and business professionals, this summit gives you the chance to explore AI. It can help you network, spot potential areas of concern, and how your business can make the most of AI.
Global demand for smart meters to skyrocket, but challenges lie ahead
The global smart meter market is riding a wave of popularity as issues such as energy use, aging infrastructure and rising emissions take their toll on traditional systems.
LMNTRIX continues NZ channel push with 'industry veteran' hire
Next generation cybersecurity firm LMNTRIX has appointed a brand new New Zealand country manager as it gets set to build out the local channel presence.
Ola launches new ridesharing service in NZ
Ola’s app includes emergency features including an emergency button that helps passengers instantly share ride information with friends and family.
Solving the storage dilemma with open source storage
Business IT is facing storage growth that’s exceeding even the highest estimates, and there’s no sign of it slowing down anytime soon.
Wellington adtech firm Postr goes global
A Wellington adtech startup has managed to snag contracts with three international telecommunications firms – and it’s all down to an innovative take on how consumers unlock their phones.
Lexar's back in business following Longsys acquisition
Lexar is back and heading into full production mode over the next few months, and will once again be shipping globally to major retailers in Asia Pacific, EMEA, and North America.
Huawei unveils Kirin 980 system-on-a-chip
Huawei is promising to bring artificial intelligence and cutting-edge raw performance to its latest system-on-a-chip (SoC) offering, the Kirin 980.
Cyber threat spotlight: Kiwis report more, lose less in Q2
CERT NZ’s April-June 2018 Quarterly Report suggests that cyber threats – and the amount of people who are reporting them – are once again on the rise, and fewer people are losing money.
NETSCOUT sells off handheld network testing portfolio
NETSCOUT has dropped its entire handheld network test (HNT) tools business and sold it to US investment firm StoneCalibre, which will then spin out HNT as a standalone company.
Study finds social media for businesses is more than just marketing
Social media is not an afterthought for businesses that know how to use it – in fact, it can bring benefits including community engagement, client support, and market insights.
The Missing Link to resell industrial cybersecurity solutions across A/NZ
Australian IT firm The Missing Link is now the preferred reseller for Nozomi Network’s industrial cybersecurity solutions across Australia and New Zealand.
Pitney Bowes adds geography-specific data to commerce marketplace
Global ecommerce solutions provider Pitney Bowes is venturing farther into the world of data licensing, as it now offers more than 1500 geography-specific data sets for purchase.
The good and bad of Office 365 security
Let’s start with the positives. Office 365 adoption, and going cloud in general, is good for security.
Alibaba Cloud & SDL to help firms grow digital business across Asia
Alibaba Cloud and content management provider SDL are now working together to help global brands launch and grow their digital businesses across the Asia and China markets.
Businesses failing to grasp customer experience know-how
More than one third of customers are not impressed with their customer experience, while 83% say they’ve had at least one issue when interacting with a company.
Zebra Technologies adds Xplore's rugged computing devices to growing portfolio
Zebra Technologies' acquisition of Xplore Technologies brings opportunities for channel partners
Domain Name Commission wins lawsuit against US intelligence firm DomainTools
"The ruling temporarily puts to an end DomainTools’ bulk harvesting of .nz domain holders’ personal information and selling that data for a profit."
Whitepaper: How to explain why IT security needs more budget
Do you want to convince your higher-ups that IT and security need more budget?
Whitepaper: Why it’s critical to detect cyber attacks as they happen
"Many organisations are struggling to keep pace with the speed in which hackers are attacking their systems."
Whitepaper: How to make sure your security architecture keeps up with surging network speeds
The annual cost of cybercrime is expected to exceed US$6t by 2021 with a large contributor being the sheer amount of data that requires processing.
The six golden keys to successful identity assurance
When someone tries to access your internal systems, how can you be sure a user is who they claim to be?