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Salesforce debuts Net Zero Marketplace for carbon credits
Users of the Salesforce CRM platform now have an easy place to source trusted providers of carbon credits to offset their emissions-generating activities.
Salesforce’s bid to make Slack your ‘digital HQ’
Slack has added a canvas feature to its popular messaging and collaboration platform, giving users one place to add information and workflows essential to their day-to-day work.
Translation project to bring more te reo Māori to mainstream news reports
A machine learning tech partnership aims to make it easier for mainstream media outlets to make more content available in te reo Māori.
AI, smart sensors, robotics feature in $236.5 million Endeavour funding round
Artificial intelligence, smart sensors and robotics feature in projects funded as part of the Government's $236.5 million Endeavour Fund research grants.
The 86 million: micro credentials key to tackling digital skills shortages
There are around 86 million people across seven countries in the Asia Pacific region that will need digital skills training - in the next year.
Big tech names invest in Atomic.io
A who's who of New Zealand veteran tech investors have backed Wellington start-up Atomic.io in a series A investment round that raised $4.5 million.
How much public cloud do we want?
We will soon be spoilt for choice with NZ-based public cloud providers. But it will pay to keep some of our data to ourselves.
Tech companies team up for common cybersecurity data standard
Tech companies are building a common data standard to cut through the confusion when cybersecurity threats rear their heads.
1,300 students looking for their first tech job
NZ Hi-Tech Awards winner Summer of Tech currently has 1,300 interns students to start their first job in the tech sector.
Griffin on Tech: We have a problem with digital trust
If we want to make the most of a society and economy that is increasingly digital, we need to get to grips with how we manage identity in the digital world.
A ‘tidal wave’ of disruption is on the way - CSIRO
Australia's national science agency, the CSIRO, has published its once-in-a-decade report on the future and it's a picture of massive change, with tech playing a central role.