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Govt's Charities Services lands technology award
“I’m thrilled to see that the hard work and ingenuity that Charities Services has put in has been recognised."
Exciting new tech at Te Papa for innovative learning
Virtual Reality, 3D printers, 3D scanners, touch tables, and telepresence technologies will enable learners to connect in real time.
NZ’s first Mixed Reality Hackathon heads to Wellington
“It’s fantastic to see an event that harnesses advancement in tech and shines light on the opportunities that New Zealanders have to get involved."
APAC Fuji Xerox named ‘Best Green Company of the Year’
As our world continues rapidly expanding, the topic of green initiatives is becoming more and more paramount.
Epson named a Top 100 Global Innovator for the 6th year in a row
The company is also an industry leader in patent quantity and quality in product categories such as inkjet printers and projectors.
Creativity and technology on display at Show Me Wellington event
“We’re delighted at the calibre, breadth and number of exhibitors we have at Show Me Wellington this year.”
Govt opens innovative new school in Christchurch
“With the flexible learning spaces and a flexible style of teaching, this stunning school is living proof of what the future of education looks like."
Waikato Innovation Park business growth strong despite dairy downturn
“Happy tenants and a collaborative, innovative working environment add up to a business community that plays an important role in the region."
Kiwi competition aims to stimulate economic involvement & innovation in Māori
“Ideas should have the potential to create economic opportunities for Māori and other New Zealanders, as well as be considered for the export market."
Is Apple opening the actual best office in the world?
“Steve’s vision for Apple stretched far beyond his time with us. He intended Apple Park to be the home of innovation for generations to come."
How CIOs can buck the status quo and drive business innovation
Successful CIOs are changing business models in their organisation – they are becoming Disruptors. But what does that mean exactly?
New $14 million student innovation space opens
Te Ara o Mauao is a multi-purpose, technologically enhanced learning space, which offers greater informality and flexibility for learning.
MOTAT honours Kiwi innovators with latest exhibition
“Not everyone can be another Steve Jobs but through hard work and creativity, innovation is accessible to everyone.”
‘Silicon Valley of western China’ to gain massive investment
The Chengdu Hi-tech Zone has been hailed as the “Silicon Valley of western China” – and for good reason.
Govt's Innovative fund opens to ECE
“Extending the fund to include early learning will encourage more innovative teaching practices to be explored and shared."
Half of Chinese smartphone market owned by three vendors
The Chinese smartphone market is a hot place to be right now, with massive growth being experienced by all the major vendors in particular.
Govt puts up $270k to help young women into tech sector careers
“By spending a day in the workforce, participants get to experience first-hand what it’s like to work in a technology role."
IDC recognises trio of smarter datacenter infrastructure vendors as IDC Innovators
“Technologies that improve the ability to manage the physical environment are essential."
Aussie CIOs: 'The road to the future is about understanding what you’ve got'
"Then bringing the different silos in your enterprise together in a collaborative way.”
Using education to accelerate the journey into next-generation technology
Individuals and businesses need to stay adaptable in order to succeed, or at the minimum, to survive.
New gateway opened to Chinese market for Kiwi SMBs
“Kiwis are amazing innovators but our businesses need to be closer to capital and consumer markets."
Tech innovators stepping up for Fieldays
The 2017 Fieldays Innovation Awards showcase emerging products and technology that will lead change in the rural sector.
Hitachi commits $1.25 billion to Aussie social innovation division
Hitachi is showing commitment to its Australian Social Innovation business by investing AU$1.25 billion over the next three years.
Uni of Auckland brings human life to AI with new Soul Machines venture
Artificial Intelligence that looks, thinks and reacts like humans is being developed right on Auckland's doorstep & may become a commercial venture.