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Brave new landscape of NZ IT services market - IDC

The New Zealand IT landscape is being reshaped with new realities. The position of the traditional juggernauts of the IT services market, Datacom and Spark, is challenged by cloud providers such as Microsoft, which are now emerging as incumbent service providers.

Survey reveals 'NZers aren't taking measures to keep homes safe'

Ring , the leader in home security, has today released its Christmas 2017 Study, revealing that New Zealanders are not taking precautions to prevent home break-ins and package theft around the Christmas holidays.

New tech powers up across NZ

More than 15,000 homes are generating their own electricity across New Zealand as consumers make the most of disruptive technology.

Cyber Smart Week a reminder to shop more securely online

As Cyber Smart Week draws to a close, Mastercard reminds New Zealanders that any time is a great time to think about their online security, particularly as they increasingly shop online.

Alexa and Amazon Echo devices coming to New Zealand

Amazon today announced that Amazon Alexa and Amazon Echo are coming to Australia and New Zealand early next year.

Govt launches virtual reality for learner drivers

ACC and the NZ Transport Agency have launched a virtual reality (VR) experience to prepare young drivers for practical tests

Announcing the State of the Internet 2017

InternetNZ have released the 2017 State of the Internet report, the third annual report of its kind; the first being in 2015.

Jupl leads wearable technology race at Samsung Healthcare Summit

Jupl leads wearable technology race at Samsung Healthcare Summit

Jupl, a New Zealand software company, is showcasing leading edge wearable Healthcare technology at the inaugural Samsung Healthcare Summit being held in Sydney, today.

Pointers for security cameras and drones

Don’t be creepy! Don’t record activities that would otherwise be private. Don’t point a security camera directly at a neighbour’s property, doors or windows.

Project to explore how next-generation robots can work with humans

Primary sector and manufacturing employees may find themselves with some interesting new colleagues in the next few years as researchers develop robots that can be trained to work alongside people in factories and the great outdoors.

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