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Techweek 2022 is back in Taranaki

New Zealand’s technology and innovation event Techweek 2022 returns to Taranaki for its fifth year from 16 - 22 May, with various events on offer to spotlight and celebrate Taranaki and Aotearoa tech innovations.

Voyager Internet begins 100 gigabit network upgrade

With recent fibre speed upgrades and ever-increasing data usage, Voyager Internet's network has seen demand higher than ever before. To meet these growing requirements and continue providing fast, reliable broadband, Voyager has begun upgrading its network to 100 Gigabit on a national scale.

NPDC's Puke Ariki training 'just the job' for Graduate Software Developer

A New Plymouth man has turned a stay in MIQ into a brighter future with the help of NPDC’s Puke Ariki.

Cyber security literacy 'needed to reduce security issues'

In the first quarter of this year, CERT NZ received 568 reports about scams and fraud with an associated direct financial loss of $5.9 million, an increase of 269 percent from the last quarter.

Study shows an overwhelming majority of the public approve of the right to repair electronic devices

London, UK. April 8, 2022. A new study by Droid Mobile Consultancy found an overwhelming majority (92%) of the public favour customers having the right to repair electronic devices and other goods.

Maori artists, New Zealand baby products and wine get 'digital boost'

A Digital Cluster Initiative from Bank of New Zealand (BNZ) and Zeald means consumers will soon have direct, online access to Māori art from the Bay of Plenty, iconic Kiwi baby products and wine from Central Otago.

Ransomware payments hit new records in 2021 as dark web leaks climbed - report

Ransomware payments hit new records in 2021 as cybercriminals increasingly turned to Dark Web "leak sites" where they pressured victims to pay up by threatening to release sensitive data, according to research released today from Unit 42 by Palo Alto Networks (NASDAQ: PANW), the global cybersecur

800,000 NZers lack the basic skills to navigate online world - BNZ

New BNZ research shows 800,000 New Zealanders lack the digital skills to use everyday online tools and services and take part in the digital economy.

Microsoft takes startups in ANZ 'from idea to unicorn'

Microsoft today launched its Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub in Australia and New Zealand, to empower startups’ ambitions and fuel innovation to drive economic and societal progress for these markets and beyond.

Kiwi companies 'warned to brace for Russia based cyberattacks'

The war in Ukraine has implications for local businesses in New Zealand as an increasingly alienated Russia could give cyber-crime syndicates based there more latitude to increase the frequency and intensity of their attacks, a cyber security expert warns.