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Kiwi school takes out Robotics championships
“This is quite an outstanding example of the tech sector and schools working together to stimulate interest in technology."
Vietnam and New Zealand, set to dominate the tech world
"Vietnam could be a gold mine for New Zealand. What makes NZ one of the better choices is that we are one of the most innovative western countries."
Technology set to change NZ as we know it
“As leaders in technology, the opportunities for us to shape, develop and grow new New Zealand markets seem limitless."
Kiwi productivity at an all time low... Is technology the answer?
“The Govt understands these services need to be transformed in order to improve productivity and they appreciate technology is the way to solve it."
Techweek AKL 2016 to showcase Auckland as innovation hub
Virtual and augmented reality, start-up competitions, youth events and a showcase of Kiwi innovation heroes will feature in the inaugural Techweek AKL
NZTech adds internship, new director to board
NZTech is leading by example with the appointment of two new - female - board members, including its first internship to add a younger representation.
Women vital to NZ tech sector as event comes to Auckland
"It is vital for New Zealand’s economic future that women participate fully in technology."
Forward thinking tech summit kicks off in Wellington
A major government and tech industry summit will be held in the Te Papa museum, with the aim of seeing how these two sectors can can work together.
Kiwi CIOs and Govt to strategise at tech summit
NZTech is bringing together the leaders and CIOs across government to collaborate and share innovative ways they have partnered with the tech sector.
NZTech and Canterbury Software Cluster join forces
"The alliance is focused on the fast-growing national technology sector, and is about combining and working together to ensure strong growth."
New technologies shaking up NZ, according to expert
The biggest impact from tech will come as other parts of the economy find ways to use technologies such as cloud, big data, mobility and 3D printing.
Technology to transform the NZ Government
"Regardless of whether it is reducing crime or enabling easier interactions with the government, better use of technology is the critical enabler."
Behavioural and tech changes needed to counter security threats
Technology isn’t enough to counter security threats, with Kiwi companies needing to harness behavioural changes in order to protect the businesses.
NZTech seeks 'tangible outcomes' to women in tech issue
NZTech is calling on all Kiwi tech players to help solve the issue of a lack of women in technology, with a summit set to form tangible outcomes.
New faces join NZTech board
NZTech's new board features a number of new faces, including some from Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Services and Spark.
Doors open for channel as NZTech pushes national tech strategy
New Zealand is ‘woefully behind’ other countries when it comes to technology and missing ‘a lot’ of opportunities. While individual technology companies are going well, as a nation ‘we still lack a lot of awareness around technology’.
Breaking...Graeme Muller appointed NZTech CEO
"The Board is very excited to have him on board to lead this next phase of NZTech’s evolution".
ICE Tech 360 initiative prepares emerging talent for tech jobs
ICE Tech 360 is an initiative that will give high quality graduates a full year’s work experience across a range of organisations, as they transition into a tech career.
NZTech head Candace Kinser steps down
After three years running NZTech, Candace Kinser is stepping down from the CEO position.
NZTech praises Govt agency data access progress...
"Guidelines including standards around copyright, data reuse, security, privacy and technical standards, are all being developed to ensure the APIs ar
Shadow IT casts light on tech careers for Kiwi women
Young women are being encouraged to pursue a career path in the technology sector in a new initiative, ‘Shadow IT’.