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Invercargill City Council staff sport latest in body camera technology

Frontline Invercargill City Council staff have a new look, sporting the latest in body camera technology.

Since 21 December the ICC compliance officers have been equipped with body cameras when out on jobs.

Kiwi tech firms helping prevent global covid infections

Kiwi tech companies Blue Mirror, Jupl and Serentia Healthcare have partnered to protect frontline New Zealand and global healthcare workers while treating covid infected patients.

Senetas announces the first quantum resistant network encryption capability

Australian cybersecurity specialist, Senetas, has announced the first quantum resistant network encryption capability, protecting sensitive government and business network data against the emerging threat of quantum computing.

New customer contracts reflect positive finish to the year - Scott Technology

Automation and robotics solutions provider, Scott Technology Limited (NZX: SCT), is pleased to announce the award of two multi-million dollar customer contracts worth a combined ~$18 million, which leverage its expertise in the Materials Handling and the Appliance sectors.

Kiwi company launches easy-to-use tablet for seniors to stay socially connected

If you’ve ever bought a mobile phone, iPad or other tablet for your parent or grandparent, you’ll know that the technology we take for granted can be exceptionally challenging for our senior generation.

Poly reveals key technology predictions for 2021

A shift to hybrid working and the rise of the prosumer key trends that will impact New Zealand businesses

Live streaming comes to Porirua City Council

Porirua City Council meetings will be live streamed from 10 December, giving the public more opportunities to be involved in the democratic process.

The first meeting to be streamed, will feature the Council’s main committee, Te Puna Kōrero.

The world's first Islamic mindfulness app - AUT

AUT alumnus Mohd Akhtaar has created Mindful Muslim, the world’s first Islamic mindfulness app. The business idea won the Supreme prize and more than $20,000 in cash and prizes in AUT’s entrepreneurship programme, X Challenge.

It's a wrap for the NZ GovTech Accelerator - Creative HQ

Bright ideas and finding ways to unlock innovation early are key to creating a better future. Governments are faced with increasingly complex problems. They need a process to put citizens at the centre of problem-solving to ensure solutions implemented address the core need of citizens. 

Border exemptions needed for skilled tech people - NZTech

A review of New Zealand’s immigration settings is imperative, NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller says.

There is a major covid bottleneck within Immigration NZ and he wants an immediate border exemption for key tech people, he says.