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Te Herenga Waka research sheds new light on energy-saving computer storage

There’s always room for another bright idea when it comes to safely storing the colossal amounts of electronic information we produce every day.

Digital tech research top priority for NZ

Investment in digital technology research for issues such as disease monitoring should be a top priority for Aotearoa, NZ Health IT general manager Ryl Jensen says.

Technology helping keep the power on for The Lines Company’s customers

An ongoing technology focus on The Lines Company’s (TLC) electricity network is proving increasingly beneficial for its customers across the King Country, Ruapehu District and Central Plateau.

TLC has committed to completing 22 switch automation projects by March 2022.

Salesforce completes acquisition of Slack

Salesforce (NYSE: CRM), the global leader in CRM, today announced it has completed its acquisition of Slack Technologies, Inc.

Vectra AI partners with Microsoft on zero trust security framework

Vectra AI, a leader in threat detection and response, today announced that the Vectra Cognito platform delivers key Zero Trust capabilities for Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Azure customers.

Southern Cross lands cable to boost connectivity between NZ and US

Independent submarine capacity provider, Pacific Carriage Limited Inc.

CCL awarded coveted Microsoft accreditation

Spark-owned CCL has joined an elite group of local cloud and ICT providers certified in Windows Server and SQL Server Migration to Microsoft Azure Advanced Specialisation. 

Global first indigenous game launching 22 July 2021

A world first online gaming platform, Katuku Island, that supports indigenous education, will be launched this week and will be free to download on Apple and Google Play.

Survey finds 65% of victims penetrated by phishing had conducted anti-phishing training

Cloudian today issued its 2021 Ransomware Victims Report, based on an independent survey of 200 IT decision makers whose organisations experienced a ransomware attack between 2019 and 2021.

Cyber security tool protects infrastructure from hackers - Waikato study

A Waikato company has designed a cyber security system to protect vital infrastructure like electricity lines and manufacturing from hackers, as companies overseas pay out millions of dollars in ransom to cyberattackers.