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NZICT invitation to Technology Innovation Week 2013
Technology Innovation Week 2013 is about getting past the idea and understanding the roadmap from inception through to exit of a New Zealand technology business.
First ever Telework Week launched in NZ
Amy Adams launched New Zealand’s first ever Telework Week, highlighting the social, economic and environmental benefits of working from home.
Silicon Valley tech trip fast-tracks business growth
Successful trade mission to America for Kiwis as companies follow up potential breakthrough leads in the industry.
Startup Weekend winners all smiles
Social entrepreneurship company Smile Today picks up top prize as well as audience choice award; so who won the trip to San Francisco?
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.
NZICT broadens scope to match changes in tech industry
Membership rules changed to include ‘high technology’ companies and other stakeholders in the New Zealand technology ecosystem.
Huawei shut out of Australian broadband project - Updated
Huawei: people are still coming to grips with 'the new China'.
Huawei execs to inspect NZ tech
Senior reps from HQ in China to visit in joint initiative by NZICT, NZTE and Huawei NZ.
NZICT to host govt IT procurement workshop - Updated
Events in Auckland and Wellington sell out as resellers jump at chance to learn more about pitching to government.
Tech & nature dominate Deloitte Fast 50
2degrees & Xero among NZ's fastest-growing businesses.
Finding scarce talent
Skills shortages have become a real concern in the IT industries globally as well as in New Zealand. Henrietta Kjaer takes stock of the IT workforce.
The Techday Weekender - Oct 15th 2011
A summary of the week’s technology news.
Kiwi companies need to spend money to make money
Crown research institute boss says only R & D investment can save NZ's economy.
NZICT names new CEO
'Innovation evangelist' to take over from outgoing boss, Brett O'Riley.
The Techday Weekender - Aug 20th 2011
A summary of the week’s technology news.
Three new members for NZICT board
Reps from Datacom, IBM and HP replace departing members.
Simpl appoints new CEO
Former Optimation manager to build on partnerships, outgoing boss staying on as executive chairman.
Microsoft event enters 16th year
Former All Black captain and top Microsoft boss among speakers at Tech.Ed.
Huge increase in ICT job ads
Growth matched by continued competition for roles.
ASB boss named CIO of the Year
Judges acknowledge 'significant organisational change'.
IT industry to recruit at RWC
Focus on career opportunities for international visitors.
NZ lets its guard down
Lack of clarity and conversation around credit card fraud is leaving merchants oblivious to the dangers that lurk within outdated EFTPOS terminals. We’re running out of time to remedy the situation...
NZICT: Business is open in Christchurch
Both Kiwi-based and international tech companies have pulled together to donate equipment to Christchurch businesses.
More IT equipment needed for Christchurch
Microsoft will waive all XP and Office 2007 licensing fees on refurbished PCs donated to Christchurch.
Whitepaper: How to explain why IT security needs more budget
Do you want to convince your higher-ups that IT and security need more budget?
A step-by-step guide to starting the security discussion with your executives
Your organisation has “jewels” in your servers and critical endpoints: Data.
Infographic: Why an outdated unified comms solution hurts your business
Seventy-one percent of IT professionals say their organisations use multiple communication or collaboration solutions unnecessarily.
The features that should be front and centre when evaluating SIEMs
According to Frost & Sullivan, SIEM can either be an enabler or a retardant and there's a thin line between the two - here's the key attributes.
Review: Cut through the noise with AI-driven threat analytics
SANS has provided an independent review of a new AI analytics solution designed to rescue businesses 'drowning in data' from SIEM platforms.