The Instillery and Origin have unveiled plans to merge businesses to create a tech provider capable of challenging tier-1 incumbents in New Zealand.
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Combines 3 key data management portals into a single, user-friendly process for suppliers
We have arrived in the Dunning-Kruger of security maturity. We are aware of the risk but are choosing not to act, writes Laura Bell of SafeStack
Looks into suspicious software in Mercedes-Benz GLK 220 CDI cars produced between 2012 and 2015, after tests showed they only meet emissions limits when a certain function is activated.
"We worked to get the databases in question taken down, but we are still investigating exactly what information was stored there," said a Facebook spokeswoman.
Most new government technologies will be delivered and supported using a XaaS (anything as a service) model, reports Gartner
A new jobs report shows software engineers with blockchain skills are in higher demand than at anytime in the past and the number of positions has grown more than five-fold in the past year.
Executives from SkyCity, Foodstuffs and PwC share their experiences as their organisations foray into AI
Incorporate these top trends into your strategy and roadmap, but prioritise based on business value, advises Gartner
Our latest CIO survey across ANZ finds less than a fifth of organisations have an ICT graduate programme. We talk to industry leaders on how to run a successful programme in your own organisation.
Plus: TeamTalk wins telecommunications managed services deal with Powerco
“It’s less formal than a hackathon, but could help organisations unearth new ways to grow the business,” says Sonya Crosby of Bank of New Zealand.
Pressure to adapt skill sets to new technologies, and the threat of automation of some jobs mean that every professional must now ensure their own skill set does not become obsolete
We’re fast entering a world in which computers can see, understand and react - and the possibilities are endless, writes FaceMe lead scientist, Dr Jason Catchpole
A successful launch would be a significant victory for Musk, a billionaire entrepreneur who spent years trying to break into the market for lucrative military space launches, long dominated by Lockheed and Boeing Co.
Watch out for the fading of the term ‘digital transformation’ as a standalone marketing term, reports Claus Mortensen of Ecosystm
AWS CEO Andy Jassy has talked up the depth of its cloud products compared to its rivals, as well as going after an old favourite target in Oracle.
With three major functional upgrades to existing databases as well, the full complement of purpose-built AWS databases is now 15
Xero’s latest research on what is top of mind for SMEs
Some of the greatest advances in the fight against the disease are happening not in the lab but inside the Kiwi software firm’s base in Wellington