Technology news for New Zealand's largest enterprises
These search results are from across the Techday network of sites
The storybook app with a mission to cure kids this Red Nose Day
The annual Red Nose Day appeal may look a little different this year, with the addition of a new storybook app that tells the story of how that little red nose can bring hope to Kiwi families.
The fascinating way Microsoft is making a social impact
Microsoft is upending how tech companies approach the not-for-profit, NGO and charity sector with a revolutionary new approach
'Smart arses' in a smart car on 18,000 km rally for mental health
18,000 kilometres is a long way to travel in a tiny 0.6 litre smart car, but that’s exactly what a Kiwi-British couple are doing to raise awareness of mental health.
GALLERY: Over $59k raised for medical research on Ingram Micro Golf Day
The Golf Day was attended by more than 130 of Ingram Micro’s team members, suppliers, and customers at the North Shore Golf Club.
TechOne bringing solar lights to students in need
The company is partnering with charity SolarBuddy to bring solar-powered lights to children in energy poverty to alleviate study stress after dark.
TechOne donates over $260k to alleviate youth poverty
TechnologyOne has donated more than a quarter of a million dollars to its charity partners to benefit youth development across Australian communities.
Tech Data team roll up sleeves for Leukaemia Foundation
Volunteer day held at the Leukaemia Foundation’s Westmead Patient Accommodation Complex in Sydney.
OMG Tech bridges gender gap early by keeping girls curious
By the time girls reach high school, they’ve already made major decisions about life direction – so it’s vital to foster an interest in tech early.
Social media campaigns secure $1million for Kiwi charities
“We were thrilled to see how these groups were able to bring their supporters together to vote for their cause in 13 days.”
Ingram Micro NZ staff get fit and go bush for Cure Kids
Eight staff members have signed up for the Cure Kids Great Adventure race in a bid to raise at least $20,000 for the charity.
FOUR- sorry, TWO months until Ingram Micro Cure Kids Golf Day 2018
Ingram Micro are getting teed up for another day of golf and charity in just a couple of months. Partners - get your clubs at the ready.
Microsoft Australia unveils 2017 partner award winners
A total of 6 organisations were recognised across 5 newly consolidated categories.
Ingram Micro exec takes the plunge for Cure Kids
Ingram Micro’s Jason Langley will take a plunge later today as the distie continues its support for Cure Kids. Here's how you can help give him a push
Aussie charity Orange Sky Laundry empowers homeless with new partner
Nicholas Marchesi and Lucas Patchett put two washing machines and two dryers in a van with the vision of empowering the community.
DroneAid: How drones are used in relief efforts
Just know that for every cheesy photo and drone strike, incredible work is underway to use drones for (actual) good.
Oxfam Trailwalker event huge success with companion app
More than 1,000 participants braved the outdoors, with the goal of travelling 100km in 36 hours or 50km in 18 hours.
Kiwi IT specialist makes a difference in Africa – opportunities available
Read the incredible story of a young Kiwi IT specialist helping to heal Africa's poor - and further opportunities that are available.
Wearables for Good challenge celebrates life-changing technology
"If I told you 10 years ago that I thought mobile phones could strengthen national health systems, you would have told me I’m crazy."
How to protect your business from online scams
NetSafe has offered up some advice for how businesses can protect themselves from online scams and credit card fraudsters.
Cyber attacks target New Zealand charities
Almost 50,000 attempts were made to rapidly submit fake donations through a website form with the aim being to test which credit cards could be used for subsequent online fraud or sold on to other internet scammers.
Social media giving a voice to those without a voice
The ability to help animals has become far more accessible with the use of technology. Apps, websites and social media help people who want to get involved.
Helping those who help: how social media has changed the charity landscape
Social media enables charities to target different audiences, get more people involved and increase awareness of their brand.
Social Media Charity Crazes - will there be another ice bucket challenge?
Enough with the stupid challenges.
NZ's top business leaders up for charity auction...
Entrepreneurs and CEOs of companies, from Coca-Cola to Trelise Cooper, Air New Zealand to The Warehouse will be taking part in a unique charity auction for ChildFund New Zealand.