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Key NZ sectors leading online business adoption
"More New Zealand businesses are beginning to embrace the opportunities the internet is offering – from access to international markets to increased engagement with their customers."
Digital divide widens between online-savvy & online-cautious SMEs
"What’s clear to us from our years of conducting research into SMEs’ use of online technologies is that businesses with an online presence reach more people and are more engaged with their customers."
SMEs expecting bumper year following five-year growth high...
"The hard work and resilience of New Zealand’s SME sector, the very coalface of the economy, is now bearing fruit in the strongest growth we have seen in almost five years."
Cisco Capital: Why NZ businesses should consider ICT financing…
In New Zealand’s business environment today, customers need to decide not only what to buy, but how to buy it.
NZ SMEs preparing early for the end of financial year...
The message to prepare early for the end of the financial year (EOFY) is resonating amongst SMEs, who report they are not waiting until after March 31 to start work on their compliance obligations.
Big year ahead as NZ SMEs set to outstrip Australians...
2014 will be a good year for trans-Tasman success – especially for New Zealand SMEs, who expect to outpace their Australian counterparts by a considerable margin.
Does it pay to be a startup founder?
The average salary of a startup founder stands at $72,000 in ANZ, how much would you pay?
New Year’s resolutions for every SME’s to-do list
Early January is a time of great promise and excitement for many business operators as they picture what could be a year of big achievements.
‘The Next 10 Years’: The digitization of nearly everything
Microsoft's Executive VP of Cloud and Enterprise talked with thousands of entrepreneurs, startups and large companies about technology and where we’re headed as an industry.
SME owners - where's your exit strategy?
Regardless of the number of years Kiwi SME owners have been their own boss, the majority don’t have a clear strategy for exiting their business and little more than one third have established its value.
Top tech tips to transform your business in the New Year
Technology is more affordable, accessible and powerful than ever before, making it possible for every small to medium business owner (SME) to use tools that were once only accessible by larger businesses.
Are Kiwi women business owners outperforming men?
New Zealand’s female SME operators are outperforming men in several key areas, demonstrating the strength of their contribution to the local economy, a national survey has revealed.
Four Questions for Optimum Client Service
When it comes to client servicing in accounting software solutions, there are four key questions you need to be asking.
6 Reasons Why SMEs Should Embrace The Cloud
Is the Cloud just a buzzword? Reckon NZ GM Catie Cotcher says for SMEs it’s the gateway to a whole new level of business performance.
Do enterprises need help managing BYOD?
The bring-your-own device trend is changing the enterprise technology landscape, and IT decision-makers need the tools to manage this without restricting the end-user experience.
Light at the end of the tunnel for struggling SMEs
While local business owners see a long road ahead for the economic recovery, positive revenue prospects have boosted their confidence as bright spots emerge within the market.
NZ start-ups expecting strong growth
Start-ups work longer and for less financial reward than more established SMEs, yet are far more confident about their revenue performance this year.
Are too many NZ SMEs missing out on Digital Economy benefits?
Local businesses across New Zealand are unknowingly missing out on the breadth of opportunities offered by the digital economy.
Better tech = better head start for SMEs
Investing in better technology, human capital and managing costs will give businesses a head start in 2013, according to recent findings.
Simple tips for SMB security
It doesn't take long to update your software, but it could be the layer of security that saves you a lot of money.
Microsoft issues a temporary solution to the Duqu virus
Microsoft has issued a temporary fix to the destructive Duqu virus — also known as "Son of Stuxnet" — which could affect users of Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008.
Toy tablets coming to New Zealand
Owners of iPads or other tablets will no doubt have learned (possibly the hard way) that the devices act as magnets for curious children. This can be a serious problem – particularly if the tablet belongs to your work.
A fourth mobile network?
Early last month we got wind that UK telco Clear Mobitel is hatching plans for a fourth New Zealand mobile network, but these plans have been met with understandable scepticism.
Steve Jobs 1955-2011
On October 6th, Apple announced that its founder and former CEO, Steve Jobs, had passed away, aged 56. Reports of his death first came from the Associated Press, citing confirmation from Apple.