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Join us and together we can rule the technology space, Company-X tells girls

Smash stereotypes and consider a career in science, technology, engineering and maths. That’s the advice Hamilton-based software specialist Company-X has for girls. Only about 20 per cent of technology-related jobs are held by women.

New agile MBA targets leaders of the 4th Industrial Revolution - UC

The University of Canterbury’s (UC) new Master of Business Administration (MBA) Programme delivers a course that is more relevant to organisations and focuses on emerging technologies, innovations and business needs beyond economic drivers.

Four simple steps to improve cyber security and save millions

Thousands of cyber security incidents and millions of dollars lost could be prevented with four simple steps

Humanoid robots take spotlight in Christchurch

Christchurch Airport has added robot Pepper to its study of disruptive technologies, alongside the Autonomous Smart Shuttle and Virtual Reality training for its fire service.

Security tips from Uber this Cyber Smart Week

It’s Cyber Smart Week so now’s the perfect time to take stock of your online security. During October, people will see practical tips from experts in their Uber app when taking ride.

Major Japanese retailer partners with smart NZ technology

New Zealand technology start-up, IMAGR, has just announced its first international sales partnership, securing a deal with Japanese H2O RETAILING CORPORATION.

'Smarter cities needed to achieve government ambitions'

With the government recently announcing a desire to help our cities grow up and out, leading New Zealand IoT expert Kriv Naicker today questioned whether New Zealand is falling behind in the use of smart city technology to help achieve this goal.

Cyber attacks costing NZ millions of dollars annually - NZTech

Leading tech expert Graeme Muller today questioned whether the recent cyber attack on a Wellington health organisation would be enough for New Zealand to take cyber threats seriously.

Investors back FileInvite’s global growth in personal data protection

FileInvite, a secure cloud-based platform for personal information used in loan applications, has attracted an additional $1M from local and offshore investors, bringing the total raised in 18 months to over NZ$2M.

Data 4 Good Conference to override low trust created by misuse of data

The Data4Good conference encourages businesses to be guided by social conscience to drive positive data solutions, overriding the low trust created through the misuse of data by big tech firms.