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Attacks surge as hackers target people working from home - Aura

New independent research from Aura Information Security has found that more than half (55%) of New Zealand businesses have fallen victim to ransomware attacks in the last year.

New research confirms fibre as the greenest broadband technology

Research released today by Chorus, Enable, Tuatahi First Fibre and Northpower Fibre has confirmed that fibre is the best broadband option for consumers concerned about carbon emissions.

2degrees flying its Fight for Fair to Chatham Island

2degrees is taking its Fight for Fair to the air, flying three team members to Chatham Island, just days after the announcement that the island now has mobile connectivity for the first time.

Cloudian to support two new AWS Outposts sizes

Cloudian® today announced planned support for the new AWS Outposts servers, enabling customers to expand their Outposts use cases with Cloudian’s HyperStore® S3-compatible object storage.

Waka Kotahi renews with Unisys

Unisys Corporation (NYSE: UIS) today announced that New Zealand’s Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency (Waka Kotahi) https://www.nzta.govt.nz has awarded the company a 10-year extension of its engagement to manage IT infrastructure that supports systems processing approximately 25 million driver’

Aware Group releases Aware AI for Pathways

Aware Group, a global provider of emerging technology solutions based in Hamilton, has just launched its newest product.

Better consultation needed for new Online Safety Code

Representatives from three organisations working to improve online safety in New Zealand say that a lack of significant community engagement around a new Code of Practice being developed for social media platforms may be set to fail the people it intends to help.

Better consultation needed for new Online Safety Code

Representatives from three organisations working to improve online safety in New Zealand say that a lack of significant community engagement around a new Code of Practice being developed for social media platforms may be set to fail the people it intends to help.

Maori students design app to improve job-seeking for youth - Te Pukenga

A tech-focused group of first-year Māori students from Ara have designed an app to improve the process for youth seeking their first job, by meeting them on the digital playing field they’re familiar with.

ERMS eReferral system expands into the North Island

An electronic referral system that allows health professionals to seamlessly refer patients for further care has been adopted by the first North Island district health board after more than a decade and millions of referrals in the South Island.