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IBM
2020’s Hi-Tech Awards winners are...
The Hi-Tech awards serve to highlight those organisations who are working to further Kiwi innovation in the digital age.
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Awards
The highest honours at the Hi-Tech Awards
A record-breaking crowd of close to 1100 attended the awards dinner, held to celebrate the successes of New Zealand hi-tech companies.
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New Zealand
Callaghan Innovation congratulates Hi-tech award winners
"Technology has huge potential to solve many problems we face in business, in society and in our economy."
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Women in Technology
Alma mater congratulates innovative woman in tech on award
"This award shows she’s a top achiever across the entire IT industry and that is outstanding. We’re looking forward to seeing where she goes to."
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PwC
ARANZ Geo scores spot in 2017 Hi-Tech awards line up
“The Hi-Tech Awards continue to be the New Zealand technology industry's most important celebration of success,"
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Hi-Tech Awards
Who made the cut? Finalists announced for NZ Hi-Tech Awards
Entries this year were scattered from Kaitia to Invercargill, resulting in a record number of entries – 30 percent up on last year.
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Hi-Tech Awards
Aranz Medical named NZ Hi-Tech Awards finalist
“It’s a real credit to our talented team that we’re being recognised as an emerging leader in the New Zealand technology industry."
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Callaghan Innovation
Māori innovation category for Hi-Tech Awards proving a hit
The 2016 Hi-Tech Awards has a new category, and it has attracted a lot attention.
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New Zealand
Hi-Tech Awards finalists announced, who will win?
The finalists of the 2015 New Zealand Hi-Tech Awards have been announced, with the winners to be revealed at a gala dinner to be held May 15.
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Steve Wozniak
NZ Hi-Tech Awards: Calling all tech heads
There are two more weeks for people to enter this year's NZ Hi-Tech Awards, the winners of which will be announced at a gala dinner on May 15th.
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Hi-Tech Awards
Finalists announced for NZ Hi-Tech Awards
Record number of new entrants from companies across New Zealand have lifted the bar for this year's Hi-Tech Awards.
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Tait Communications
Christchurch company wins Costa Rica contract
Tait Communications to provide over 1,800 portable and mobile digital radios to country's largest electric utility company.
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Hi-Tech Awards
Gain business insights with Microsoft
Software giant is running events in Wellington and Auckland.
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Gaming
Game Review: adidas miCoach
The innovative fitness programme comes to Xbox 360 with Kinect
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Twitter
Tongan mobile money transfers enabled by kiwi tech - Updated
Mobile wallet service helps Tongans living in New Zealand send money to relatives back home.
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NZICT
Compac Sorting Equipment takes top Hi-Tech award
Compac Sorting Equipment, Auckland-based manufacturer of fruit and vegetable sorting, has taken out the top award at the 2012 NZ Hi-Tech Awards.
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Telecommunications
Win a free pass to Tel.Con12
TechDay and the Technology Investment Network are seeking an industry up-and-comer to attend Auckland telecommunications conference.
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Smartphone
Naive PM's dodgy cost-saving app
Why government plans to deliver cheaper services over smartphones won't work.
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Datacom
Two new categories in NZ tech awards
How you can add your company's name to some of the biggest in the industry.
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Gaming
E3 Nintendo Round-up
Third in series summarising console manufacturers' presentations at E3 Expo.
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Telecommunications
NZ Hi-Tech Awards name winners
The New Zealand Hi-Tech Awards announced its winners last Friday night.
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VoIP / SIP
NZ Hi-Tech Awards announce star judge
Gary Hamel, the "world's most influential business thinker", has signed on to judge the 2011 NZ Hi-Tech Awards.
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iPad
NZ Hi-Tech Awards open
Entry process simplified and three new categories added including Company of the Decade award.
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Government
IT AS A CURE
Johan Vendrig, CIO for the Auckland District Health Board, sees technology and its processes as the answer to uniting the health sector in its common cause.