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Cloud adoption driven by organisations seeking competitive advantage

IDC says the New Zealand IT services market is predicted to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.8% through to 2023. This is a marginal increase on IDC's previous forecast predicting a 2.7% CAGR through to 2022.

ISACA announces 2019 events for professionals around globe during 50th anniversary year

ISACA, a global association serving technology audit, assurance, governance and cybersecurity professionals, celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2019, announced its annual event schedule, which includes learning opportunities focused on emerging technologies, innovation, best practices and profes

Fujifilm sets new benchmark for telephoto lens technology

Introducing the FUJINON GF100-200mmF5.6

Taking attention to detail and precision to a new level, FUJIFILM releases a first in its telephoto lens technology with this new addition to its highly recognised GF lens range.

Artificial Intelligence conference designed to lift health outcomes for Maori

A Global Artificial Intelligence Conference starting tomorrow at the Auckland Business School will explore the use of predictive data, robotics and new smart technologies to develop better health and wellbeing outcomes for New Zealanders with a strong focus on Maori.

OPPO zooms in on camera tech and next gen biometrics

OPPO has today revealed its upcoming revolutionary launch of the world’s first 10x lossless zoom technology on a smartphone.

Review of sole practice attorney arrangements recommended

The start of 2019 is a good time for sole practitioners to review their power of attorney arrangements, the Law Society says.

NZ company finalist in IoT World Cup for River Pollution Monitoring

KotahiNet has been named as one of 20 finalists for the 10th Innovation World Cup Series. It is the only finalist outside of Europe and North America. The finalists were chosen from almost 500 submissions from all over the world.

Kiwi IoT companies placing NZ innovation on world stage

Despite the recent concerns about Huawei and its role with the 5G roll-out, a technology that will boost the use and spread of the Internet of Things (IoT), New Zealand tech firms are getting on with developing the solutions that will run on multiple networks.

Working days needed to afford an iPhone XS

On the 12th of September, Apple Inc. introduced their latest products, including the most expensive smartphone in the company’s history-iPhone XS Max.

Data shows leaving your wallet at home no longer an issue for kiwis

Kiwis have increasingly been spending with their mobile phones rather than their wallets, according to the latest figures which reveal that just over 20% of all payment transactions in 2018 used contactless technology.