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Griffin on Tech: Tech capability gap ‘cuts both ways’
The Te Au Hangarau report suggests that successfully boosting participation of Māori in the tech sector requires organisations to reassess their cultural competency capabilities.
Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover has disrupted the Christchurch Call – NZ needs to rethink its digital strategy
The entire team the New Zealand government was planning to work with disappeared. So what next for Twitter's involvement in the Christchurch Call?
‘Tech for good’ developer expands Aussie presence
Wellington-based software development house Ackama has bought Common Code, a Melbourne software company, in a $2.7 million acquisition comprising a mix of cash and shares.
Griffin on Tech: It’s time to fire Elon Musk
Elon Musk wants his employees to work "long hours at high intensity". How many Twits will opt out of his tyrannical edict?
IT pros upbeat about 2023 despite the economic gloom
When CompTIA, the US-based tech industry body surveyed 1,125 IT professionals in the US and around the world last month, it found them optimistic about the tech industry's prospects in 2023.
Griffin on Tech: The kids aren’t alright when it comes to tech ed
School students performance in learning the technology curriculum is declining. What should we do about it?
Kordia’s bid to boost cyber skills
State-owned telecommunications and tech company Kordia is set to run its second Cyber Academy offering the chance to upskill in cyber security skills in a six-week intensive course.
Griffin on Tech: The Queen had a powerful message: embrace tech, keep your humanity
Queen Elizabeth II was enthusiastic about the advent of new technology, but reminded us regularly that it wouldn't fundamentally solve our problems or change how we relate to each other.
The 86 million: micro credentials key to tackling digital skills shortages
There are around 86 million people across seven countries in the Asia Pacific region that will need digital skills training - in the next year.
Award worth $100,000 up for grabs for one woman in STEM + other grants available
Pacific Channel is offering a Women in STEM commercialisation award worth $100,000. What else is available to support women working in the STEM subject areas?
1,300 students looking for their first tech job
NZ Hi-Tech Awards winner Summer of Tech currently has 1,300 interns students to start their first job in the tech sector.