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Compromised passwords: Don't ignore those iPhone alerts

Kiwis with iPhones who recently starting noticing alerts notifying them that their passwords are compromised should not ignore the alerts if they want to keep their details and account information safe.

NZ tech sector 'soaring since covid'

New Zealand desperately needs more digitisation to engage with the rest of the world’s rapidly growing digital economies, NZTech chair Mitchell Pham says in his report to the annual meeting in Auckland on Thursday.

'Innovative corporate software system considered by other councils'

A Waikato Regional Council project to integrate its outdated corporate software systems is being considered by other Aotearoa New Zealand councils.

The Kiwi company helping dairy farmers reduce emissions: Cold Energy Technology

New Zealand has declared a climate emergency, committing to net zero emissions by 2050. With a significant contribution to national carbon emissions, the dairy sector still has a way to go to help achieve this goal.

Data quality assurance project finalist in Excellence in Govtech Award - Company X

The team behind the world’s first national roading performance reporting and data quality assurance tool was a finalist in the Excellence in Govtech Award at the 2021 New Zealand Excellence in IT Awards.

Telecomms industry supports CommComm ensuring consumers informed about technology

The New Zealand Telecommunications Forum (TCF) looks forward to engaging with the Commerce Commission on proposed new marketing principles to ensure consumers have the information they need as New Zealand upgrades its telecommunications networks and services away from copper-based to newer forms

5G now live in Whanganui as Vodafone invests more in regions

Vodafone has switched on 5G in parts of Whanganui, further expanding the coverage footprint of the largest 5G network in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Privacy Commissioner responds to RNZ reporting of personal information from Waikato DHB breach

Privacy Commissioner John Edwards is very concerned about RNZ’s reporting of personal information which was taken from documents leaked online following the Waikato DHB cyberattack.

Artificial intelligence app diagnoses pneumonia, wins award

A prototype app using artificial intelligence to diagnose pneumonia has won the developer an international award.

Company-X senior software developer Jiadong Chen built the prototype for an international competition run by Microsoft.

Vertiv grows channel team in NZ and Australia

Vertiv (NYSE: VRT), a global provider of critical digital infrastructure and continuity solutions, today announced it has appointed two new channel talents as it increases focus on its Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ) channel to meet edge computing demand in the region’s increasingly decentrali