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People biggest threat to information security - PwC report

PwC’s Global State of Information Security Survey finds that staff, service providers, suppliers or business partners, are rated among the biggest cyber risks for Kiwi companies.

29.6% of respondents said that current staff were responsible for cyber attacks in New Zealand.

Photo Toolbox Ltd launches photo licensing software

Photo Toolbox Ltd has today launched the world’s first dedicated photo licensing software, LicensePro, that is designed to make the process of photo licensing simpler for professional photographers and their clients.

Intel and Mobileye strategy to prove safety of autonomous vehicles

Mobileye and Intel have announced a strategy to ensure that a self-driving vehicle operates in a responsible manner and doesn’t cause accidents.

Mobile app launched to help measure conservation success

Conservation Week 2017: Goodnature App allows kiwis to count their predator kills and see the nationwide capture tally grow in the build up to Predator Free 2050

More Kiwis buying into artificial intelligence - AIFNZ

New Zealanders are buying into the benefits of artificial intelligence (AI) as it is creeps into many walks of everyday life, an AI specialist says.

INX Software launches INX version 5.4

INX Software, the leading provider of workforce and environmental solutions across safety, health, logistics, competence, compliance, obligations and the environment, announced today the significant release of INX Version 5.4.

Then and now

Xero launches machine learning automation for small businesses

Building on the success of its first machine learning project, Xero announced the next step in its journey towards code-free accounting - the automation of account codes and bills for all small businesses and their partners.

New info display technology trialled at Hamilton bus stops

Bus commuters in Hamilton may have noticed something a bit different at a few bus stops lately with the installation of graphic display signs at five bus stops around town.

Intel 8th Gen Core Desktop processors now available

Announced on Sept. 24, 8th Gen Intel Core desktop processors are available to purchase starting today.

Is the robot revolution coming?

The robots are coming, and Professor Mike Duke will explain how humans can embrace their arrival, in the next lecture in the University of Waikato’s Tauranga public lecture series.

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