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Ping Identity announces appointment of new VP of R&D
In his new role as head of research and development, Burke will be expected to drive product strategy and development across Ping Identity’s entire suite of solutions.
UPDATED: Election 2020 - Which parties care about tech's role in New Zealand
Technology should be flying high when it comes to government investment and commitment from New Zealand's political parties. But is it?
Kaspersky named one of the top 100 global innovators
For the second year, it made the Derwent Top 100 Global Innovator list by Clarivate Analytics, which includes giants like Amazon, Facebook and Google.
Booster pledges $10m to Victoria Uni's Viclink startups
Victoria University of Wellington’s Viclink and financial services firm Booster are set to invest $10 million to develop startups.
Govt's R&D tax credit scheme won't help small hi-tech firms, says NZTech
Muller says NZTech has ‘critical’ concerns that companies currently receiving the growth grant will get less support in future.
R&D businesses big winners from Budget 2018 – MYOB
Businesses spending more than $100,000 on R&D will be able to claim 12.5 cents back for every dollar they spend on it.
Tauranga software development firm awarded Callaghan R&D grant
Radfords has been collaborating across the NZ kiwifruit industry to help it scale into the position it is in today.
NBN partners with two leading universities in hunt for new tech
Research focus areas will include IoT, AI, data analytics, programmable networks and wireless technologies.
New Zealand R&D investment driven by SMBs - Callaghan
Kiwi firms spent $1.8 billion on R&D in 2017, a substantial 14% increase on 2016.
Huawei announces £3bn commitment to UK after meeting with prime minister
After procuring more than £2bn into the UK between 2013-2017, Huawei has committed to £3bn more over the next five years.
Japan is APAC's first nation to join the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence
Japan is now a member of of the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE), a NATO-accredited cyber defence hub located in Estonia.
Hong Kong government reveals latest innovation policies
The government will be stepping up efforts to embrace technology in a number of different areas, including doubling the current R&D expenditure.
Alibaba to invest more than $15b in new global research program
At its launch, Alibaba will be opening seven research labs in China, the US, Russia, Israel and Singapore with more than $15b invested.
BT invests to expand cybersecurity presence down under
BT and the New South Wales Government have announced the opening of a new global cybersecurity research and development hub in Sydney.
Uptime Institute launches its own data center research company
“We have identified a critically important void in the industry."
NSW government invests in local VR projects
The aim of the initiative is to help artists and cultural practitioners develop their skills and extend their audiences.
ThoughtSpot opens new R&D center in India headed by Google veteran
ThoughtSpot recently announced the expansion of its engineering operations with the opening of its India Engineering Center in Bangalore.