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NEC named Frost & Sullivan Biometrics Company of the Year
The award recognises NEC's foresight in innovating and developing biometric solutions for the future that maximises customer value and experience.
Agility or risk? The security pain points causing tension in business
There’s tension in the workplace for businesses – and it’s all to do with the tradeoff between flexible working and cybersecurity.
DimData: Fear finally setting in amongst vulnerable orgs
New data ranking the ‘cybermaturity’ of organisations reveals the most commonly targeted sectors are also the most prepared to deal with the ever-evolving threat landscape.
Sweeping changes about to flow through fintech in NZ
“NZ is a country which is heavily focussed on the primary sector, but things can change quickly."
You're invited: Adobe Symposium 2019, Sydney
The event will bring together 4000 business leaders, marketers, IT and digital experts, as well as creative professionals to Sydney’s International Convention Centre in the heart of the city.
Callaghan Innovation: 'Unicorns' create $34b for New Zealand
New Zealand ‘unicorns’ behind some of New Zealand’s most successful innovation businesses like Rocket Lab, Xero, and LanzaTech have helped to create more than $34 billion in value to the country.
NTT joins DiData in partnership with Aus universities
This joint-vision partnership is the first time NTT has entered into an agreement of this nature with research institutions outside of Japan.
80% of innovation projects never see light of day
Over-commitment on projects, lack of leadership and absence of process are leading to an innovation gap, an Oracle report shows.
Callaghan Innovation board welcomes Frances Valintine & Angela Bull
Callaghan Innovation is welcoming property mogul Angela Bull and the reappointment of tech futurist Frances Valintine and to its board this week.
Interview: Cisco on NZ's innovation economy - and where it needs to improve
New Zealand is a little behind the times when it comes to security, but it does particularly well at innovating at speed.
Equality a powerful multiplier of workplace innovation - Accenture
Accenture research found that employees’ willingness and ability to innovate is nearly five times higher in companies with a robust culture of equality.
How technology is changing the fitness industry
Technology is changing the way fitness studios and health clubs offer workout solutions to their customers.
Silicon Valley to lose its tech centre crown to global cities
A new survey of tech industry leaders found the majority believe it is likely the Valley will be usurped within four years by other cities around the world.
NZ’s Maori innovators are on the rise
“More iwi investors need to recognise that these sectors will provide the high-value jobs our children need."
How innovation links to talent attraction and staff retention
Half of A/NZ’s bosses have their heads in the sand when it comes to understanding the business and innovation benefits of diversity and inclusion.
Four ways the technology landscape will change in 2019
Until now, organisations have only spoken about innovative technologies somewhat theoretically. This has left people without a solid understanding of how they will ultimately manifest in our work and personal lives.
ICT peak body’s policy focus pre-budget
The AIIA highlights the need to boost Digital Skills, Innovation and Government ICT Procurement in Pre-Budget Submission.
Why innovation isn’t a core value for 75% of Australian businesses
“The research reveals significant disparities between what Australian organisations are pursuing and what is seen as important.”
Arrow Electronics puts innovation on display
“Innovators and engineers in every corner of the world are constantly at a race not just against current or emerging competitors, but also against themselves."
There’s a cost to not innovating and the public sector risks paying full price
There may be reasons for public sector agencies in particular to be somewhat reluctant with IT innovation spend.
PhD student's wildlife-monitoring drone wins award
“You see a lot in the media about the threats facing yellow-eyed penguins in New Zealand, but those reports are mainly based on penguins from the mainland."
Spark to launch emerging tech innovation unit in 2019
The as yet unnamed unit will be headed by Claire Barber and focus on R&D, operating as a distinct unit from the main business.
Infosys aims to generate 1,200 IT jobs for Aussies
The company will open three Innovation Hubs and create new skilled jobs for graduates and professionals by 2020.
Government still stuck in the past? Not on GovTech's watch
What exactly is GovTech and what’s been happening in our capital city?