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Delayed 2021 iSANZ Awards shifts to 23 February virtual ceremony

The best in New Zealand cybersecurity will now be celebrated virtually at the 2021 iSANZ Awards Ceremony on the evening of Wednesday 23 February 2022.

Driverless, low emissions tractor in development - MPI

An innovative, low emissions, driverless tractor able to perform up to three tasks at once is on the cards for New Zealand orchards.

Kordia renews its satellite agreement with Optus for 10 years

Kordia has renewed its satellite agreement with Optus for 10 years, extending Freeview satellite broadcasting in New Zealand for another decade.

DCI purchases site for 'Auckland's largest data centre'

DCI plans to develop the 5-hectare site in North Auckland into one of New Zealand’s largest data centres. DCI commenced construction of its first New Zealand cloud data centre at its North West site (AKL01) mid last year.

Romance scams 'cost Americans almost $350 million in 2021'

Impersonators found the pandemic to be a treat - they have a legitimate excuse as to why they can not meet up in person, at least for now. This allowed fraudsters to carry out romance scams on a larger scale than ever before.

CORT turns to Internet of Things to create 'healthier, safer' community housing

CORT Community Housing is creating healthier and safer homes with indoor air quality (IAQ) monitoring technology from New Zealand company Tether, powered by Thinxtra’s Internet of Things (IoT) 0G network.

Getting the internet everywhere - WISPA NZ

Getting fast broadband to rural areas of New Zealand is the last great challenge for the country’s Internet network.

Multicloud deployments 'on the rise, but enterprises look to Hybrid Multicloud'

Nutanix (NASDAQ: NTNX), a leader in hybrid multicloud computing, announced the findings of its fourth global Enterprise Cloud Index (ECI) survey and research report, which measures enterprise progress with cloud adoption.

5 cyber threats to look out for this year - Kaspersky

Based on trends observed last year, global privacy company Kaspersky highlights some of the main cyber threats New Zealand consumers and businesses should be prepared for in 2022.

Cyber security professionals in high demand - NZTech

Cyber security professionals are in high demand globally and New Zealand companies are struggling to find people with the right skills.

NZTech wants to reduce the cybersecurity workforce gap through training, upskilling and bringing in overseas experts through new immigration windows.