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Hands-on review: Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition
In almost every respect it works like a book, apart from the fact that it weighs next to nothing, fits in my hand perfectly, and is soothing on my eyes.
How businesses can avoid being overwhelmed by digital disruption
Employees are demanding technology that helps them innovate, collaborate and communicate faster.
EBOOK: Don't get caught out by the updated Anti-Money Laundering Act
It’s estimated that the new legislation will more than quadruple the number of businesses affected in New Zealand.
5 steps to a successful IT transformation
CIOs and CTOs bear a lot of the pressure when it comes to digital transformation. Rackspace’s survival guide will ensure you stay one step ahead.
EBOOK: How to avoid the pitfalls of enterprise cloud adoption
One of the biggest concerns businesses have about moving to the cloud is sacrificing the security and control of having your applications on-premise.
Apple reveals their picks for the most popular apps, music and movies of 2017
Apple has unveiled its 2017 charts and trends, celebrating the most popular apps, music, movies...
Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)
The definitive guide to identifying, qualifying, and responding to cyber threats
In order to minimise risk, organisations need to have a cybersecurity strategy that combines comprehensive visibility and advanced analytics.
Security ebooks amongst business gems in Singapore Digital Business Library
The library, which holds more than 19,000 eBook and audiobook titles, features topics including cybersecurity, business intelligence and analytics.
MailGuard takes different approach to security awareness by launching 'how to' guide
MailGuard has taken a different approach to cybercrime awareness with the launch of a new book to help leaders understand the problem.
5+ A Day gets interactive with new educators resource
“Children are quick to pick up on digital technology and we are keen to help them learn more about healthy eating."
PlayKids educational app named Best Streaming Video Platform
“As we grow our portfolio of apps for both kids and parents, this award highlights a standard to which we hold the quality of all our work."
Apple scores exclusive Harry Potter book deal
Big news for Harry Potter fans this morning as Apple announces new enhanced editions of all 7 books will be available exclusively on Apple’s iBooks.
The great debate: E-readers or books?
Will e-readers make printed books obsolete? The debate staggers on, with some saying it’s inevitable, and others saying traditional books will always have their place.
Is printed news destined for the litter tray as more Kiwis head online?
The uptake of online newspapers is set to increase further as more Kiwis start reading online.
Kiwi production house wins at Innovation Awards
KIWA has won the Innovation in Media, Music & Entertainment category
Kiwa Digital delivers iconic tale through sign language
Children with hearing impairments are now able to enjoy one of New Zealand’s favourite stories, Hairy Maclary from Donaldson’s Dairy, as a digital book.
Ministry of Education
New direction for sign language with ebook first
Ebooks are now available for students who use New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL), the first digital resources of this kind to be used in New Zealand schools.
Innovative classroom tool has sound impact on literacy
Classrooms around the globe now have free access to Booktrack Classroom, a dedicated education platform that has already shown its potential in a University of Auckland study.
Winning app for NZ's Kiwa Digital
Kiwa Digital’s multi-lingual digital version of Milly, Molly and the Bike Ride is the winner in the ‘Best Free ICT/App Product’ category at the Gulf Educational Supplier & Solutions (GESS) Exhibition in Dubai, the Middle East’s leading educational trade show.
Classroom boost as Apple's educational iPad lets loose...
"The incredible content and tools available for iPad provide teachers with new ways to customise learning unlike ever before."
New app may help young readers
School students may benefit from the latest innovation in reading – sound tracks incorporated into e-books.
Apple, Tim Cook and e-books are sh*t outta luck
Apple CEO may have to testify in the case accusing Apple of conspiring to hike up e-book prices.
Apple's iBooks Author EULA fix
End User License Agreement re-written to clarify controversial clauses; what do the experts say?
Apple takes teaching to new heights
"It gives them a tool, like GarageBand for music, where they can create their own resources that are in context for their own students.”