Fear of ‘Uberisation’ – or disruption by a new digital player – is widespread, prompting a growing number of businesses to act
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The suspension could hobble Huawei's smartphone business outside China as the tech giant will immediately lose access to updates to Google's Android operating system.
Techweek 2019: Minister Megan Woods highlights technology to tackle climate change and other ‘wicked problems’
“Investing in cutting edge science that could have a global application is one of the best ways a country like New Zealand can contribute to the battle against climate change,” says the minister for government digital services and research, science, and innovation, at the launch of TechWeek
The industry is banking on its clean, green image to capture a niche global pool of consumers willing to pay a premium for ethically produced real meat and dairy
Part of digital transformation programme of the New Zealand hotel chain
The whole of government contract enables all government agencies in New Zealand to procure cloud solutions and services from SAP under standardised terms.
Urges tech companies to do more for the 'common good' in society, spearheading European efforts to force Google, Amazon, Facebook Inc and Apple Inc (GAFAs) to pay more tax at the source of revenue
NZ Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, French President Emmanuel Macron and tech leaders pledge to eliminate violent extremist content online
For the first time, governments and tech companies have jointly agreed to a set of commitments and ongoing collaboration to make the internet safer
Former US gov’t CISO Gregory Touhill: Leading through the cluttered, complex cybersecurity landscape
As the US government’s first CISO and now president of Cyxtera Federal Group, retired Brig Gen Gregory Touhill says, not in jest, the cybersecurity sphere can benefit from the principles espoused by organising guru Marie Kondo
The executive order invokes the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, which gives the president the authority to regulate commerce in response to a national emergency that threatens the United States
WhatsApp, one of the world’s most popular messaging tools which is used by 1.5 billion people monthly, said it had notified the U.S. Department of Justice to help with an investigation, and it encouraged all WhatsApp users to update to the latest version of the app, where the breach had been fixed.
Says the US is "not currently in a position to join the endorsement," but will continue to support the overall goals in the Christchurch Call
“It’s important that governments and online service providers have come together on this issue, to agree real, actionable changes," says InternetNZ CEO Jordan Carter
Businesses can’t simply add software to a legacy business model or process and call it ‘digital’, writes Scott Leader of Box
“There is a lot more work to do, but I am pleased Facebook have taken additional steps to make social media safe,” says NZ Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern
“Our customer focus journey started two years ago and since then we’ve been working to make it easier for people to do business with us, and put the customer at the heart of everything we do,” says Roy Baker, general manager corporate services, Porirua City Council
"New Zealand has consistently punched above its weight in the five years that these awards have been running,” says Jefferson King, IDC NZ market analyst
In 2012, digital subscriptions at the Financial Times surpassed those of print for the first time.
The completion of the deal is still contingent on necessary regulatory approvals.
How to reposition the ICT department as modern tech evangelists and tech-driven innovation leaders