Intel’s Australia and New Zealand managing director Kate Burleigh is leaving after 20-years at the chip maker.
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You have to take and maintain the first mover advantage, advises Neil Calvert of Wellington-based LINQ.
Tony Stewart takes over role next month, while Duncan Ritchie takes sabbatical
If Amazon's competitors think they can win customers with better pricing, they should think again
A focus on growing areas of interest internationally, like artificial intelligence, machine learning, and data science, went without mention in Budget 2017, writes Craig Hudson of Xero NZ.
Project Tahi (Maori word for ‘One’) unities five offices into a single collaborative environment
“You have to think big, because if not, you will just continue business as usual,” says Dr Chakib Bouhdary of SAP, during a recent visit to New Zealand.
The future of Android will be a lot smarter, thanks to new programming tools that Google unveiled on Wednesday. The company announced TensorFlow Lite, a version of its machine learning framework that’s designed to run on smartphones and other mobile devices, during the keynote address at its I/O developer conference.
For starters, stop blaming and focus on the root causes, says Jonathan Care, research director at Gartner.
These collaborative robots work alongside human employees, sending productivity sky-high. But IT teams must be ready to take on complex programming, deal with connectivity issues and get used to sharing workspace with 6-foot-tall machines.
The temptation to just pay the ransom will be strong, but just because you live up to your end of the bargain doesn’t mean the cyberthieves will.
Consumers (or even politicians) may voice polarising support or dissent but brands should assess the impact on their company bottom lines rather than assume that a vocal social response is negatively affecting their brand.
Snap’s short life as a public company took a turn for the worse this week. While dramatic slides in value aren’t unprecedented for new publicly traded social firms, Snap does have some perception problems to address.
Frances Valintine is 2017 Flying Kiwi
Invisible influences may be the reason that smart, thinking people make dumb (or bad) decisions and take the wrong actions.
Former Gloria Jeans chief operating officer Timothy Kasbe takes inaugural role
The head of Amazon’s Alexa business explains why the company is investing heavily in voice services for manufacturers of various device types.
The Blockchain NZ conference talks about the case for a government-backed digital currency, as well as uses of the technology in healthcare and education.
Nearly half of all SMEs expect to see significant disruption in the next 10 years, but majority adopt a ‘wait and see approach’, reports MYOB.
"The phone is already dead."