Blue Prism extends human-to-digital worker collaboration with new Interact capability
Blue Prism Interact is a human-to-digital worker collaboration capability that enables employees to team up with digital workers to initiate, instruct, verify, receive, and authorise a variety of business processes through the digital workforce.
Got crypto? Pay tax – A quick look at IR's new crypto-asset guidance
A/NZ firms turn to analytics & BI for support during COVID
Ericsson bolsters 5G portfolio with $1.1b Cradlepoint buyout
Google & Lenovo launch first meeting room kits for Google Meet
Microsoft commercial cloud revenue up 30%, bigger than Google and IBM combined
Fiverr launches platform to bring freelancers closer to business
Hyland leads Magic Quadrant for Content Services platforms
Learn why Gartner continues to recognise Hyland as a Leader, the latest trends and priorities for business and IT leaders, and how Hyland can help.
SecOps opens new Cyber Defence Operations Centre in Auckland
Privacy Commissioner John Edwards officially opened the centre this week, recognising SecOps’ efforts to provide managed security services to New Zealand businesses.
Zoho releases collaboration platform to meet 'changing nature of work'
"The nature of work has undeniably changed, and Workplace has grown to meet that change," comments Zoho chief strategy officer Vijay Sundaram.
How universities can tackle COVID-19 challenges with digital agility
Over the past two years, the higher education sector had endured challenging headwinds, having to cope with an environment where enrolments were down and facing planned faculty consolidations.
Interview: Check Point profiles 5 battles that SOC teams face in 2020
Security operations centres (SOCs) are often the first lines of defence.
Human capital management? It's simple - when you're on the right path
How do you make a choice that’s right for your business? Let us help you narrow down your search with a few important things to consider before selecting an HCM vendor.
Huawei APAC FSI Data Storage Summit: Key takeaways
Missed the action? Catch the Summit on-demand & learn more about the latest trends in data storage.
Delivering value faster will be essential in the post-COVID world
Those who are best equipped to operate on a lean budget and those with the best tools will gain market share. Those who do not have their technology in order will be left fighting for crumbs, writes OutSystems vice president for APAC Mark Weaser.
Commvault appoints ex-Oracle exec as new A/NZ sales leader
David Rajkovic heads to Commvault after three years as a sales leader for Oracle.
Operational efficiency and cost reduction key to robotic process automation adoption across APAC
"RPA relieves human workers of their repetitive daily tasks by processing workflow much quicker and consequently more efficient."
4 ways cloud ERP helps organisations build resilience and agility
Cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) has become a sure-fire way to build business resilience through its timely and accurate insights into operations, and ability to adapt to the needs of the business.
Employee experience critical in return to ‘new normal’, study shows
A disciplined return to work for Aucklanders and beyond is crucial to aid in New Zealand’s economic recovery, according to recruitment and HR specialist Randstad.
HubSpot boosts SMS marketing capabilities with MessageMedia
HubSpot has added targeted SMS messaging capabilities within its customer relationship (CRM) application, thanks to a partnership with SMS technology provider MessageMedia.
Oracle recognised in Forrester A/NZ Cloud report
Named a ‘Strong Performer’ in the Public Cloud Development and Infrastructure Platforms, Australia/New Zealand Forrester Wave.
AVR Lab named exclusive distributor for AR glasses OEM
The company has been appointed as the exclusive distributor of Vuzix smart glasses products to the Australian and New Zealand markets.
74% of APAC IT leaders say security culture is essential to business success
You can join these leaders in designing security awareness and training with your employees in mind.
QNAP new rackmount NAS designed for hybrid cloud
The quad-core TS-x32PXU series rackmount NAS includes dual 10GbE SFP+ and dual 2.5GbE for hybrid cloud environments.
Innovation a necessity in a crisis - Microsoft report
Almost all (98%) organisations with the most mature culture of innovation leaders agree that innovation is a necessity to stay resilient during a crisis.
Fintech innovation set to play huge role in cloud computing market, study finds
"The integration of cloud computing into banking solutions is anticipated to play a crucial role in transforming the banking sector in the forthcoming years.”
Metallic adds data management and GDPR compliance
Now GDPR compliant, additions to the portfolio include eDiscovery features and support for Microsoft Hyper-V and Azure Blob and File storage.
The CFO’s guide to why CX deserves more attention
Customer experience an important way to keep customers coming back for more, but chances are the board is asking what the financial impact of any CX investment will be. Uncover the most common questions from APAC CFOs, and how to answer them.
Vodafone brings xone IoT platform to Aotearoa
The platform is a localised version of a solution belonging to the Vodafone Group, providing key in-country functionality to technology.
Microsoft NZ expands senior leadership team
Microsoft New Zealand has announced the expansion of its senior leadership team, with the appointment of Nigel Parker to the newly created role of customer success unit lead.
Chainstack adds further support for blockchain implementation and management
Chainstack has launched new service enhancements, support for its blockchain services platform, and a new marketplace to aid businesses looking to improve their management of decentralised applications.
A sneak peek at HP's new line of laptops, PCs, monitors & printers
HP’s vision for its new range of PCs, printers and services is to make remote working ‘as productive, connected, and secure as possible’ as businesses adopt hybrid workplaces.
2talk provides SIP services that put your business in charge
2talk is a provider that is committed to providing solutions to small and medium enterprises in Australia and New Zealand.
Hands-on review: The 2020 iMac is as 'pro' as desktops can get
This year’s iMac is a beast. It ticks all boxes from design to display, internals, camera, mic and speakers. It even has the Apple T2 Security Chip for additional security.
Microsoft launches program to help people with disabilities excel in tech
Microsoft wants to help people with disabilities excel in their technology careers, which is why it has launched a first-of-its-kind pilot program to achieve those goals.
Catalyst Cloud brings open source-based web hosting to NZ
The platform, which utilises Catalyst Cloud’s hosting infrastructure and amazee.io’s open source hosting platform called Lagoon, based on Kubernetes.
Nutanix enters partnership with Microsoft Azure
“With this partnership, Microsoft and Nutanix show our commitment to delivering a true, unified hybrid and multicloud environment."
Govt funds research into solar tsunamis, decolonising algorithms and more
With $187 million in grants going to research across Aotearoa New Zealand, we look at a few of the tech-related projects that have been given funding.
NZTech chief hopeful for greater diversity in tech sector
With the most diverse board ever, Muller has released a statement that highlights greater inclusion as the tech sector thrives in a pandemic-hit NZ.
CT Global Solutions signs on as SAS Managed Analytics Services partner
“Our new partner likes to say ‘SAS turns data into intelligence and CT Global turns that intelligence into profitability’ – and we look forward to working with them delivering on that promise at the local level.”
Metrics make the e-commerce world go round
E-commerce technology leaders need to track, analyse, and act on large volumes of business and system performance data. Here is a framework for powerful e-commerce metrics.
What’s next for low-code/no-code?
Low- and no-code platforms are the next technological leap powering the next stage of the workplace evolution, writes SnapLogic field chief technology officer Brad Drysdale.
DevOps teams struggling to achieve enterprise scale - tips for enablement
Christian Oestreich, a senior software engineering leader with experience at multiple Fortune 500 companies, shares how a metrics-driven mindset can dramatically improve software quality and enable DevOps at enterprise scale.
COVID-19: Is technology New Zealand's silver bullet?
"The New Zealand technology sector continues to thrive and support the New Zealand economy during the global pandemic."
Accenture invests US$3 billion into cloud migration initiative
Accenture Cloud First is a new multi-service group of 70,000 cloud professionals that brings together Accenture’s industry, technology capabilities and ecosystem partnerships.
National Party announces $1.29 billion tech policy ahead of election
The policy, announced today, pledges to create 100,000 jobs in the industry by 2030 if the party is elected next month.
iText snaps up former Adobe exec as new CEO
Former Adobe executive Gary Fry is now heading international PDF tech company iText Group as new CEO.
No slowing for collab-tech as Kiwis embrace hybrid working
Technology investment and adoption is a top focus for New Zealand firms post-COVID-19, new Poly research reveals.
Artificial intelligence key to NZ's economic future - report
"During this time, the value of human-machine collaboration has never been clearer."