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Too lazy to go buy a card? Facebook makes sending Valentine’s Cards easy
Valentine’s is proving to be a popular event for Facebook users, with the social media network seeing a spike in declarations of L.O.V.E.
Facebook ups the ante on security
Facebook has announced a new security feature, as the company looks to improve protection for its users.
The chatbot comeback – is your business ready?
Despite being born in 2011, it has only been in the last couple of years that businesses have begun to realise how valuable chatbots could be.
SecurityBrief New Zealand looks back at 2016: Malware and botnets and breaches, oh my!
New threats, new malware, new attacks, new chaos and new ways to fight back: A look back at Kiwi cybersecurity in 2016.
Tips this holidays to protect kids from cyberbullying
A lot of kids and parents ignore online bullying through fear of the unknown or due to the fact they don't consider it to 'real' if they can't see it.
Check Point uncovers new ransomware threat using images and social media
"They are continually searching for new techniques to use social media as hosts for their malicious activities."
Mark Zuckerberg fights back against fake news on Facebook
“A lot of you have asked what we're doing about misinformation, so I wanted to give an update."
Facebook inspired to do more with social platform
While it’s still very early in this journey, we’re inspired by the good our community already does and we are committed to doing more to help people
Earthquake update: Kiwis turn to Facebook for news and updates
Facebook a hub of news activity following earthquakes in North Canterbury.
Facebook: The Top 10 moments of the US election
As the polls close across the US, Facebook has released data showing some interesting moments from the election that have taken place in recent weeks.
What the U.S election means for the tech sector
Pussy grabbing aside, what does the next President of the United States have in store for the tech sector?
Facebook privacy settings hoax resurfaces again
"The law already protects you. The privacy declaration in this message is worthless and does not mean anything.”
Equinix to play host for Facebook & TIP Voyager trials
Voyager is the first step in the collaboration to develop the next-generation network ecosystem for hardware and software.
Facebook clamps down on bullying with updated Safety Centre
“People come to Facebook to share their stories, see the world through the eyes of others and connect with friends and family."
Workplace by Facebook: Can the social media giant convince IT decision makers?
"If business leaders can harness the Facebook ‘secret sauce’ to drive up employee engagement, then all are likely to benefit."
Facebook’s Workplace officially open for business
“The workplace is about more than just communicating between desks within the walls of an office."
Did Mark Zuckerberg ruin romance?
“Couples should think twice before opening Pandora's box and dooming their relationship from the start by connecting immediately on social media.”
Facebook launches Marketplace in New Zealand
More than 450 million people visit buy and sell groups each month - from families in a local neighbourhood to collectors around the world.
A look inside one of Facebook's coldest data centers
"A dozen hydro-electric plants operate on nearby rivers, providing a reliable and renewable power source."
Cutting edge tech marketing: Google, Adobe and Facebook come out on top
Google, Adobe, Facebook, Marketo and Salesforce lead the way when it comes to ‘cutting edge’ marketing technology vendors, IDC says.
Facebook Blueprint for marketers hits 1 million enrolments; launches new features
"We're giving businesses the tools and training needed to learn how Facebook can help grow their business and connect with anyone in the world."
Facebook's tips to optimise your mobile site performance
“The poor performance of marketers' mobile websites, including slow page load times, continues to be an issue."
WhatsApp shares data with Facebook ahead of monetisation
More than two years after its acquisition by Facebook, WhatsApp has seemingly succumbed to the inevitable pressure from its parent company.
A new way to control the ads you see on Facebook
For the past few years at Facebook we’ve worked to better understand people’s concerns with online ads.