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Jobs movie set for NZ release
The story of Steve Jobs' ascension from college dropout into one of the most revered creative entrepreneurs of the 20th century will hit Kiwi cinemas this month.
Renaissance director Robert Bijl resigns
After holding a position on the board since March this year, representing the interests of the late Murray Wood, director Robert Bijl has resigned from his post.
$100K Reward: Microsoft Bounty Hunters
As long as people write code, it’s going to be imperfect. That’s where the class of security researchers colloquially known as "bug hunters" come in, and Microsoft is paying them up to US$100,000 for the pleasure.
Apple profits down 22%
Although Apple's iOS developers in China have risen rapidly (now 500,000 - 70% year on year growth), iPad sales have started to slow.
Sex, Drugs and Anti-virus Software…starring John McAfee
Half-naked ladies, drugs, firearms, smoking, profanities and a fugitive suspected of murder - otherwise known as the "How to Uninstall McAfee Antivirus" YouTube video.
NZ Govt IT spending to hit $1.6 billion
As government IT spending stays flat through out the world, the Kiwi market is expected to grow almost 1.4% this year.
Microsoft Office heads to iPhone…only
Microsoft has released Office Mobile for iPhone, but following months of speculation, there remains no sign of an iPad version.
Fairfax Magazines to close NZ tech titles
Company resigns the licences, owned by IDG, to publish technology titles Computerworld, Reseller News and PC World.
Beyond MDM - Is BYOD scaring your IT department?
It’s scary for an enterprise CIO these days, with vast amounts of confidential data being kept centrally.
Tim Cook "crazy" to join Apple
"I talked to people I trusted and they said this was not what you should do. You're crazy."
'Game changing' Apple set to 'surprise us all'
CEO Tim Cook defends the company's level of innovation, insisting "several more game changers" would enter the market.
Power to Android as Apple's sales slow
Google's operating system powers 59% of smartphones, tablets and notebooks, as industry analysts say Apple's iPhone needs a "refresh."
Why you should make more mistakes
LinkedIn says big errors are burned into our memory so that we can learn from them. And even the most successful people make major missteps.
StorageCraft moves with the Cloud times
StorageCraft has jumped aboard the move to the cloud, unveiling StorageCraft Cloud Services for Australia and New Zealand – complete with claims of 60 second cloud disaster recovery.
See-through smartphone vision to become reality
If Polytron Technologies can pull it off, your next smartphone will be transparent.
Where is our digital ambition?
Labour ask why the government isn't defining intellectual property as an integral part of our economy?
OneNet goes for Microsoft gold
Software provider becomes only Kiwi company to achieve Microsoft's Gold Hosting Partner status.
[UPDATED]: CES 2013: What was hot?
CES is arguably the largest and best way to find out about how the year ahead in consumer technology will look.
EVOLVE.Cloud conference comes to Wellington
Cloud security experts Trend Micro are hosting a conference in Wellington, offering advice on securing cloud computing.
Christchurch recovery efforts made possible through power of business intelligence
Why the Stronger Christchurch Infrastructure Rebuild Team (SCIRT) selected a Microsoft Business Intelligence solution.
Warcraft wants casting ideas for movie
A Warcraft movie has been a long time in the making but Blizzard high-ups have asked for casting ideas to speed up the process.
NBN vs. UFB – Head to Head Comparison
Following on from the same sort of approach in my last post, I thought it would be interesting to compare the government sponsored fibre rollouts under way in Australia and New Zealand.
Four smart online areas to consider in your exit strategy
When it comes to having an exit strategy, you will have thought long and hard about what your business should look like when it comes time to sell, and have been working towards that goal for some time.
Get rejected as often as you can
I have run countless sales training courses over the years and I never tire of them. The very early stage 101 courses are my favourite. Sitting in front of me are eager young men and women, staring nervously up at me wondering at what stage they will received the ‘anointed oils’ and be able to hit the phones and pound the streets with confidence.