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Government aim for ICT to be our second-largest contributor to GDP by 2025 - NZRise recommendation
The Labour/NZFirst coalition government (supported by the Green party) have stated a vision for digital technology sector growth through their policies and coalition agreement statements (described as ICT) that sees ICT become the second largest contributor to the economy.
Brislen on Tech
In which we discuss copyrights and copy wrongs... the applicability of laws and the modern age of vertically integrated citizens... and pssst, wanna buya dodgy tech stock?
Intervention - How to help when resilience fails
In the previous article about Resilience, we looked at what happens when people don't have the tools or ability to bounce back from set-backs in life. It was probably a bit depressing to read about ho…
Building Resilience by Making Choices
If we build resilience in others, we will not need so many ambulances at the bottom of the cliff. So how do we do that in a team environment?
Australian e-voting damned in audit report
Australian election officials are scrambling after the auditor general released a damning report suggesting the public was misled over the security of electronic voting in the 2016 general election.
The future: coming, ready or not
What a year it's been. Bitcoin, net neutrality, the return of the content wars, the change of government, ransomware, the mother of all hacks (parts one, two, three and probably a few more), copyright…
Apple buys PowerbyProxi
The Auckland-based wireless charging company spun out of a university research project now the latest jewel in Apple's crown.
Aussie telco to sell NZ assets
Vocus is to sell its New Zealand assets and is appointing and advisor to oversee the move.
The $10 billion industry
ICT has become the $10 billion industry in this year's TIN200 report into the sector.
For the first time, the top 200 technology-related companies have crossed the $10 billion a year revenue barrie…
Brislen on Tech
How to find the people to build our brave new world.... Fuji Xerox faces an uphill struggle... And let's sleep on it: how woke is New Zealand (to the dangers of TXT messages)?