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Brislen on Tech
In which Paul Brislen seeks out a new job as this one has limited reach... Farmers need to think about a new approach as pharming takes off... and fall out from Fuji Xerox's accounting scandal claims a top scalp.
Another win for the computers - predictive coding discovery endorsed in Australian court
Late last year, the Supreme Court of Victoria released a judgment that resolutely approved the use of predictive coding (or TAR - technology assisted review) for the purpose of discovery in a large litigation matter, the first decision of its kind in Australia.
What is predictive coding and what does it mean for the legal profession?
Why Tech Companies Fail: Sales and Marketing
If you are a regular reader of TechBlog you will have recently read about the five top reasons why tech companies fail. In that blog we explored the Us and Them Syndrome and identified the warning signals to look out for so you can avoid that happening to you.
Today we drill down on reason number two - Sales and Marketing Failures.
Microsoft CEO talks up Kiwi developers and the "Minecraft Generation"
A whirlwind trip to New Zealand for Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella didn't give him much time to enjoy the sights, but did give him a good look at the New Zealand developer community and he seems to have …
The real reason this elephant chart is terrifying
Exponential technology is here, it's real and it's taking over the world. SingularityU's Kaila Colbin takes a closer look.
Why don't New Zealand Companies win government tenders?
In my 20 plus years I can count the number of tenders won by local technology companies on one hand, so why is it that New Zealand companies don't win New Zealand government tenders?
Ian Apperley t…
Marker Metro sold to UK group
Local game developer Marker Metro has been bought by UK-based digital agency The Marketing Group and is now listed on Nasdaq First North stock market in Sweden.
Computers to outstrip electricity supply by 2040: report
Moore's Law has been declared dead many times over, even by Gordon Moore himself, but a new challenger appears to be muscling in on the constant upgrade path - limits on electricity production to powe…
The farmers' market: How to disrupt your company
We have to change the way that we run our companies and our government agencies if we want to remain relevant in the 21st Century. It sounds so simple, however we don't like change when it gets right …
Using GPL code in your software: the essentials
A huge amount of useful software is freely available under the GPL open source licence. This article gives an overview of the GPL and important issues for developers who may wish to incorporate GPL-li…
Courting Technology - A 27 Year Overview
When Judge David Harvey left practice to join the District Court Bench at the end of 1988, computers were being used primarily for word processing and office administration and accounting, although so…