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Waste not, want not: time to recycle your unwanted gadgets
It is International E-Waste Day, a perfect opportunity to gather up all your useless gadgets and get them to an e-waste recycler.
AI is growing up – four key trends transforming its use in business
After an initial wave of enterprise-scale AI applications, efforts are ramping up to make AI easier to develop and less prone to bias.
Women in Space network takes off
A new group aspiring to help women who want to get involved in the fast-growing space industry has launched as World Space Week is celebrated around the globe.
Griffin on Tech: Tech innovation can help us open back up
45 cases on Wednesday came as a shock to Auckland. So how can tech help us get closer to leaving lockdowns behind?
Now is the time to be casting the net far and wide for ideas and innovations to he…
Accessibility failures are costing NZ businesses potential sales
Some fairly easy to fix accessibility issues with New Zealand websites is costing businesses potential sales, argues Dr Chandra Harrison.
AWS to spend $7.5 billion in NZ over next 15 years
Cloud computing giant Amazon Web Services plans to spend $7.5 billion in New Zealand over the next 15 years kicking off with a local data centre presence in 2024.
Let’s use mandatory record keeping to demonstrate the tech industry’s competence
With mandatory record-keeping now part of the Covid-19 contact tracing effort, the tech industry has a bigger role than ever to play as responsible data stewards.
Covid stimulus and digital push buoy tech sector…
ICT spending in New Zealand and Australia is expected to grow 2.1% despite the impact of ongoing lockdowns on both sides of the Tasman.
Expect to pay more for Office and Microsoft 365 next year
Microsoft may be more profitable than ever, but it is giving customers six months notice that Microsoft 365 and Office prices are going to rise.
Want to reduce cyber threats? Use a password manager - CERT
The Government's Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) has updated its list of "critical controls" for cybersecurity and is urging us all to use a password manager.
EY inks major deal to push Microsoft products worldwide
Consulting firm and systems integrator EY is embarking on a major expansion of its relationship with Microsoft that will see150,000 of its employees trained in use of the Redmond giant's technologies.