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Paralympians looking for technology breakthroughs

Paralympians are hoping a global Toyota Mobility Unlimited Challenge will crack a technology breakthrough to improve their competition lives and the quality of life for all people with a disability.

Hi-tech scooters for Hamilton city footpaths audit

The three-yearly audit of Hamilton’s footpaths will for the first time be done using hi-tech scooters.

Survey says 'Kiwis wouldn't mind robot workmates'

Most Kiwis would be comfortable with robot colleagues and believe artificial intelligence will change the workplace, according to a recent Trade Me Jobs survey.

Cryptojacking a trend - Symantec Threat Intelligence

Symantec reports that one of the biggest cyber security trends of 2018 is cryptojacking, where cyber criminals surreptitiously run coinminers on victims’ devices without their knowledge. Cryptojacking uses a person’s central processing unit (CPU) power to mine cryptocurrencies.

Symantec threat intelligence - Cryptojacking, modern cash cow

Symantec reports that one of the biggest cyber security trends of 2018 is cryptojacking, where cyber criminals surreptitiously run coinminers on victims’ devices without their knowledge. Cryptojacking uses a person’s central processing unit (CPU) power to mine cryptocurrencies.

NZTA approves Teletrac Navman’s electronic logbook

The New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) has approved Teletrac Navman’s electronic logbook, Sentinel, for use by New Zealand commercial truck drivers.

Microsoft unveils new devices, headphones, Windows 10 Update

Microsoft expanded its Surface family of devices with Surface Headphones, Surface Laptop 2, Surface Studio 2 and Surface Pro 6:

NZ's first visual employment contracts launched

Global engineering and infrastructure advisory company, Aurecon will be the first company in New Zealand to use a visual employment contract, eliminating more than 5,500 words from their employment contracts to create a succinct and meaningful visual contract that uses illustrations to complement

Subsidised broadband Spark Jump bridges digital divide in Napier

Today Spark Foundation and Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa (DIAA) have announced that subsidised broadband is available to families in Napier through Napier Library, enabling more students to keep up with the digital skills necessary for today.

Two Australian icons to digitally transform North Queensland

TechnologyOne has continued its dominance in Local Government, signing a transformational 10-year SaaS deal with iconic Cairns Regional Council.

The council originally went to market seeking a five-year solution and selected TechnologyOne’s OneCouncil SaaS solution in a 10-year deal.