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Pacific Vision offers free magnifying and screen reading software to Auckland residents

Pacific Vision International, a leading provider of hardware and software for blind and sight impaired technology users, wants to ensure that disruption to the work and study of Auckland based users is minimised.

MYOB IT Challenge returns for 2020

The MYOB IT challenge is back for 2020 and MYOB is calling for the brightest and boldest tech talent from across New Zealand and Australia to register now.

Tech sector helps government embrace digital future - NZTech

As New Zealanders step back to alert level Lockdowns, the tech sector is significantly supporting the government on its journey to embrace an enhanced digital future, NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller says.

Tweets and web data help track languages around the globe - UC

Billions of words typed into the World Wide Web and Twitter have been meshed into a unique ‘linguistic atlas’ showing how languages are being used internationally.

InternetNZ and CERT NZ partner to protect New Zealanders

InternetNZ is pleased to announce its security product, Defenz DNS Firewall, is now consuming CERT NZ’s local threat feed.

Defenz DNS Firewall protects Internet users from phishing attacks, malware, ransomware and botnets helping to manage online security risks.

MYOB Tech report: SMEs embrace tech to futureproof operations

The far-reaching implications of the COVID-19 pandemic have already changed the way New Zealand businesses operate and according to a new report from MYOB, the experience will significantly increase their use of technology.

Microsoft announces first major customer for NZ datacenter

Microsoft New Zealand today announced the signing of a new strategic partnership with Fonterra that will see the dairy co-operative migrate many mission-critical operations to Microsoft Azure to support its global growth plans.

Can lessons and tools from animal health assist human health? - Techion

With pressure on world health systems to access live and reliable disease information, are there lessons to learn from animal disease management?

‘When you know better, do better' - Digital Identity NZ

New Digital Identity NZ research highlights the work required by organisations to improve the care of personal information and identity data.

UC researchers ask: Is robot abuse immoral?

In a new study, University of Canterbury (UC) researchers have found that participants considered abusive behaviour towards a robot just as immoral as abusive behaviour towards a human.