Having started his career at Renaissance. Sean joined Apple in Melbourne for a number of years before working in the media space. This started with Review Publishing and later the tech publisher IDG Communications. In 2006 he was involved in the launch of The Channel magazine. As they say – the rest is history.
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Q&A: Nnaisense talks AI and energy efficiency for data centers
Using AI to reduce energy consumption is one of the more important applications of this technology, and the addressable market at data centers around the world is significant.
Q&A: Behavioural Cues discuss what's next for voice analytics
Voice analytics has many familiar and established applications. One example is sentiment analysis used to improve customer service and call center operations.
Tyson Beckford partners with Element Case on new AppleWatch band
Celebrity Tyson Beckford has collaborated with STM Brands' Element Case brand to create a rugged new accessory.
Meadows exits Ingram Micro New Zealand on a good note
We look at the resignation of Danny Meadows from Ingram Micro's New Zealand Unified Communications & Collaboration business unit.
Hands-on review: Technics EAH-A800 Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones
Designed in Osaka, Japan, these headphones just exude quality. They aren’t heavy, but they feel well built and solid.
Hands-on review: STM laptop bags
The advent of hybrid working has meant we need laptop bags. We got our hands on two of the most popular laptop bags from STM.
Why SolarWinds Partners will have big wins in 2022
We summarise the key recent changes that the monitoring software vendor has made to accelerate its channel business.
Hands-on review: Norton Anti Track 19 software
We get hands on with Norton's new privacy tool that was introduced in March 2022.
TechDay's bespoke story specifications: What you need to know
But before we can whip up a fantastic piece of content for you, we require a few things to make sure the process goes as smoothly as possible for you and for our editors.
What does all the online advertising jargon actually mean?
Online advertising is full of complicated jargon that sometimes need a bit of an explanation. Here's our guide to help those in need.
FAQ: TechDay advertising specifications
Here we run through TechDay advertising specs, including ad types, file types, dimensions, and more.
TechDay launches eCommerceNews sites across Asia Pacific
"Our new eCommerceNews websites are designed to be the tech news source for every part of the digital commerce ecosystem."
How to mention or tag TechDay's brands on social media
You can share these story links on your own social media channels, but you can also mention our brands too. Here’s how.
TechDay FAQ: Submitting products for review
We write sponsored and unsponsored reviews primarily on consumer technology. Our reviews are a great way of receiving coverage and can include images, features, specifications, a description of the product in-use and more.
How to prepare bylines for publication on our sites
This story describes the publication guidelines for customers submitting bylines.
How the editorial team works at TechDay: Our tips for you
Preparing your releases in a particular way will not only make our lives easier, but improve the chances of your lead being picked among the masses.
Hands-on review: Panasonic 65" JZ980 OLED 4K Smart TV
We got our hands on one of the most impressive Smart TV’s Panasonic has ever produced. Ever Kiwi household should take note.
Hands-on review: Jabra GN PanaCast 20 webcam
We get our hands on a Danish-designed high end webcam that has some rather unique artificial intelligence (AI) features.
Hands-on review: OBSBOT Tiny 4K PZT Webcam
We get our hands on a very reasonably priced business webcam with a bunch of unique features driven by artificial inteligence.
Hands-on review: Jabra Evolve2 85 wireless headset
On behalf of remote workers and those trapped on endless video conferences, we check out a high end headset from the Danish manufacturer Jabra
New Kiwi distributor to focus on telecommunications solutions
Paul Batchelor of Allied Telessis fame, is launching a new specialist telecommunications distributor based in Wellington.
Hands-on review: Logitech MX Master 3 mouse & MX Keys keyboard
We get hands on with Logitech's popular premium mouse and keyboard set that would suit a remote worker in 2022.
Datagrid takes their carbon neutral vision south
Internationally backed data company 'New Zealand Datagrid' is planning to build a carbon-neutral $1 billion hyperscale data centre in Makarewa near Invercargill.
Hands-on review: Logitech 4k Pro Webcam
With work from home (WFH) scenarios becoming more common place. We have a look at a high end webcam from Logitech.