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The local app supporting small businesses post-Covid-19 - Vippa

What if there was a social media platform that helped your business connect with locals simply and effectively? One local company is doing just that with the launch of a social media marketing app that connects your business with customers in a sustainable way.

Massey graduate wins national James Dyson for sustainable footwear design

A recent Massey University graduate has once again come out on top in the annual national James Dyson awards with an innovative design for fully biodegradable running shoes.

How to overcome the 4 barriers to cloud migration

The move to remote working, brought about through Covid lockdowns, put new pressures on organisations to provide safe, fast and reliable access to communications, business planning and operational systems.

CODE partners to bring world-class game development training to Dunedin

The New Zealand Centre of Digital Excellence (CODE) has joined forces with Swedish-based FutureGames and the Otago Polytechnic, to develop new, world-class vocational training to supply talent for Dunedin’s burgeoning video games industry.

University receives funding to build electric motors for rail, shipping and aviation

Low-emission electric aircraft seem like a dream today but work is under way on the technology needed to keep planes flying in a decarbonised world.

'InternetNZ and Medical IT Advisors partner to combat increased cyberattacks'

InternetNZ is pleased to announce Medical IT Advisors’ Health Threat Intelligence feed is now integrated with its security product, Defenz DNS Firewall.

New app to learn te reo Maori - AUT

A free app that teaches how to use te reo Māori in real life situations is now available for download.

Kōrerorero, has been in development at the Auckland University of Technology for the past two years.

Spark and Vodafone pledge support for digital inclusion action plan

Spark, Spark Foundation, Vodafone, and Vodafone New Zealand Foundation are the latest organisations to pledge support for InternetNZ’s action plan for digital inclusion.

Warning given on security of e-voting systems by UC Masters student

New Zealand should be wary of making a leap into electronic voting in the future, despite hopes it could boost voter turnout and speed up results, a University of Canterbury (UC) Masters student says.

Franklin and the Waikato get boosted mobile speeds with 2degrees

2degrees has turned on 22 new 4G cell sites in Franklin and the Waikato, boosting data speeds and improving voice calling quality for rural customers.