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Want to support companies that support women? Look at your investments through a ‘gender lens’
Gender equity continues to be a significant problem in business globally. Here's a powerful way to tackle it...
The internet in 2023: We are highly connected, but significant disparities remain
As a nation we are more immersed in the online world than ever and overwhelmingly see the internet as a force for good. But...
High interest in tech at school but low tertiary uptake - Datacom
Research from IT services company Datacom shows that 40% of New Zealanders have considered studying for a career in tech.
Coding summit to bring Python programmers to the deep south
Waihōpai, Invercargill will become a hub of coding conversation later in the year as the Kiwi PyCon, the national conference dedicated to the Python programming language takes place.
Tech salaries up 15 - 20%, cybersecurity, data, cloud skills in hot demand
With a major pipeline of tech projects and net migration still in negative territory, demand for tech and digital salaries remains strong, according to data from global recruitment company, Talent.
Griffin on Tech: Our new PM needs to get serious about tech skills
What a difference a month makes. We hit the beach, weathered a brief but wild bout of weather thanks to ex-tropical Cyclone Hale, and saw the abrupt resignation of a star politician.
First deep-dive report on Māori-owned tech firms shows a world of potential
The first deep-dive examination of Māori-owned and operated tech companies reveals a thriving ecosystem of small and mid-sized businesses that will need a larger talent pipeline to grow.
Big Tech is firing employees by the thousands. Why? And how worried should we be?
Tech companies are always in the news, usually touting the next big thing. Instead, Big Tech layoffs are now in the headlines.
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.