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Counting the nation's walkers and bikers
If you cycle or walk the roads and pathways of Aotearoa, you may be unaccounted for. But that's set to change with the NZ Transport Agency's move to improve the data collected on the number of cyclists and pedestrians that are active across the nation.
Dear Santa II: The follow up letter
Hi Santa, hope you're still on top of things. Are the elves all using Trello this year or are they on Teams? You can usually tell because of the stress levels. Ask Rudolph - I'm sure he can explain to you.
Dear Tech Santa, here's my Christmas wish list
The weather outside is frightful and so here at ITP House we've sat down by the fire, poured ourselves an eggnog, put some carols on the radio, drawn the curtains against the snow outside, and decided we should write to Santa to let him know what we'd like under the tree this year.
Data Quality 30 years on - What's changed?
Data quality projects are the darling of the industry but they're not new. Victoria MacLennan takes a look into the misty past and peeks at the future as well.
Brislen on Tech
Leadership and culture came to town this week with a visiting head of state... sort of.
And why is it that transport can't seem to get tech right? Perhaps they should take a leaf out of Dunedin Cit…
Rules are made to be broken
Some rules are made to be broken. A guest post from Wellington man, Mike Riversdale
What is 'digital transformation'?
Every year there's a new buzzword and the latest cab off that rank is "digital transformation". But does it just mean "buy my kit" or is there more to it? Wellington-based IT commentator Ian Apperley …
Brislen on Tech
It's a crazy newsletter this week: Crazy ideas for electricity, crazy ideas for government and crazy noises, to let you know when Civil Defence wants you to pay attention.
It's alive! PC market bounces back in NZ
After an 8% decline in sales, the Traditional PC market has bounced back to a year on year growth of 1.1%, says tech researcher IDC.
Broadcom buys Symantec's enterprise security business
Broadcom has bought Symantec's enterprise security business for nearly US$11 billion as company continues its mergers and acquisitions streak.
Trump opens the door to Huawei, but only a fraction
US President, Donald Trump, has offered Huawei a chance at a "get out of jail free" card at the G20 meeting in Japan, suggesting the company's position on his blacklist may be reviewed.