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Say hello to NZ’s fastest broadband technology from Orcon

Gigabit fibre not fast enough? No problem, says Orcon, as it becomes the first internet service provider to belt Ultrafast Fibre Broadband speeds into a whole new era.

Data wrangling PhD student goes from medical imaging to Weta Digital - UC

Data wrangling PhD student goes from medical imaging to Weta Digital

NZ losing millions from cyber crimes

Potentially the biggest tech issue New Zealanders will confront next year, will be the growing impact of fake news and an inability to discern real from fake, NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller says.

Government’s power to order decryption must respect privacy

[Joint media release: University of Waikato and New Zealand Law Foundation]

IDC says managed cloud services are the growth area in 2020

Managed cloud services are set to replace outsourced IT services as systems integrators, independent software vendors and other cloud ecosystem partners in New Zealand reap the benefits of flexible new IT service delivery models.

LINZ Data Service shares top five open data developments of 2019

With 2019 drawing quickly to a close, we thought we’d share a ‘Top 5’ of the awesome open data developments we’ve delivered for customers this year.

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Technology to help get cherries picked

CamperMate, an app used by independent travellers, has joined forces with Seasonal Solutions to help find staff for this season’s cherry harvest.

Kordia welcomes direct connection to Google Cloud

Kordia is now one of the first New Zealand companies to offer direct connection for New Zealand businesses to Google Cloud services with Partner Interconnect.

Samsung Galaxy Fold now available in New Zealand

Samsung Electronics today announced the launch of the Galaxy Fold-a completely new category of mobile technology-available in New Zealand for pre-sale on 9th December, and on sale 18th December.

Going the distance: e-learning expert says we still have a way to go

Distinguished Professor of e-Learning Niki Davis’s stellar career in e-learning has taught her there is cause for both optimism and caution as education evolves further and faster into online spaces.