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Kiwi tech helping keep workers safe in the Pacific
A location-based app developed by Gisborne-based start-up ThinkSafe is helping Pacific Island workers stay safe as they tackle biodiversity loss in the region.
Five Eyes: Expect more cyberattacks as the Ukraine conflict drags on
Russian aligned cybercrime groups are moving into top gear to support their government as the war in Ukraine rages, according to the Five Eyes intelligence and security alliance.
Griffin on Tech: More ambition please: the verdict on the digital strategy draft
As a vision statement for New Zealand's place in the digital world, the Government's draft digital strategy has been given a mixed scorecard at best.
ITP joins global tech body in condemning war in Ukraine
IT Professionals NZ agrees with the sentiments of the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) in condemning the actions of Russia in Ukraine.
Crypto revolution - Ukraine amasses over US$100 million in crypto donations
As New Zealand commits $30 million in aid to Ukraine and our military personnel head to Europe to offer non-combat assistance, the embattled country is also drawing support from cryptocurrency owners.
Griffin on Tech: With war comes a new wave of disinformation
Disinformation about the war in Ukraine is rife on social media platforms and they aren't doing enough to tackle it.
Big players dominate our fintech scene but fast-growing start-ups are plentiful
Fintech is one of the fastest-growing areas of New Zealand's tech scene and generated $1.8 billion in revenue last year.
Reward us on impact, not hours worked - Kiwi employees
A third of New Zealand business leaders claim to be rethinking how to measure their organisation's productivity as their staff put a higher value on relationships and results over hours worked.
Southland's data centre plans ramp up
Its cool temperatures and access to abundant renewable energy make Southland an ideal site for power-hungry data centres.
The Okta hack and software supply chain security hazards
The okta security breach is another reminder of the complexities of the software supply chain and the potential for security lapses along the way.
Government cloud contract a 'big win for data sovereignty' - Catalyst
Catalyst Cloud has won an all-of-government contract with the Department of Internal Affairs that the company says removes longstanding barriers around the IT procurement process.