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Business events set to showcase Auckland’s entrepreneurial potential to World Masters athletes
“The city and its economy are transforming – and there are plenty of investment and work opportunities,” ATEED says.
Kiwi company ARANZ Geo’s global reach: From groundwater management to transport solutions
The geological software modelling solutions company is shifting from its origins as a mining-centric business.
Millisecond delays can hurt conversion rates on online transactions – Akamai report
Online retail benefits from delivering better customer experiences, especially on mobile devices.
Kiwibank fintech accelerator teams progressing well in lead up to Demo Day
Two months into Kiwibank’s Fintech Accelerator, we catch up with programme manager Rosie Wall on how teams are doing in the final stretch.
Adobe's Creative Cloud update expands video tools to include VR and 4K support, Pond5 integration
This release, now available to customers, delivers new features to allow video producers to create, deliver and monetise video assets faster.
SMBs need to have print-and-scan solutions that suit their scale – Y Soft
Implementing the right print-and-scan management solution can help SMBs achieve significant competitive benefits without breaking the budget.
Act fast and make it easy: Getting the most out of feedback for travel organisations
A significant proportion of holidaymakers in Australia and New Zealand believe their feedback never reaches anyone who can make a difference.
Project managers need to upskill in order to deliver – KPMG report
KPMG’s Project Management Survey 2017 revealed that two-thirds of projects undertaken in New Zealand are failing.
NZ small businesses show solid growth in first quarter of 2017, but skilled labour hard to find
Small businesses have shown the strongest growth outlook in two years in the last quarter, but shortage of skilled labour remains a critical issue.
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.
Sales and Marketing Jam set to inspire Wellington, Christchurch, Auckland
The Sales and Marketing Jam is an event hosted by the Kiwi Landing Pad to allow professionals based in the US to share their experience firsthand.
Vodafone opens applications for accelerator programme to Kiwi innovators
Applications to Vodafone xone open today, a six-month programme featuring $25,000 seed funding, access to technology and mentoring.
Business continuity: A key benefit of Fortinet’s network security
You sell goods and services. You need a safe and secure network to keep the revenue coming in. Fortinet’s network security keeps the wheels turning.
Hitting emails and Facebook: Ray-Ban scam is back
"We would like to advise users to be extra careful and pay attention when dealing with offers promising high discounts or cheap branded goods."
Nespresso doing digital right, says expert
40 years after the invention of the Nespresso machine, the latest models are going digital - it’s a pivotal example of digital business in action.
New Android Trojan “Xbot” phishes credit cards and bank accounts, encrypts devices for ransom
We recently discovered 22 Android apps that belong to a new Trojan family we’re calling “Xbot”, which is already capable of many malicious behaviours.
Splinter Cell: Conviction demo announced
Players eager to get a taste of Ubisoft's upcoming Splinter Cell: Conviction can do so from March 18th US time (most likely March 19th in New Zealand) when the demo is made available on Xbox Live.