Jacinda Ardern stories
IWD 2023: Leading a Web3 Startup Through Uncertainty
Female leaders from New Zealand, Scotland, and YouTube step down, urging us to examine the cultural origins of their resignations.
IWD 2023: Drawing the line - balancing work and life in remote work
While remote work has given us increased flexibility and freedom, it has also blurred the lines between our work and home lives.
What Amazon wanted from New Zealand's prime minister
Mega-company Amazon asked Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern for help over billion-dollar data centres it is building here, and to have input on policy.
Open banking set to give NZ customers a fairer deal
Open banking is being introduced in New Zealand, with the government saying it will increase competition and benefit consumers.
Govt must step up to police social media - InternetNZ boss
A technology industry leader is urging the government not to shy away from policing social media platforms in New Zealand.
Ardern meets with Amazon Web Services CEO on US trade trip
Amazon Web Services CEO Adam Selipsky has met with the New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to discuss AWS’ work in the country.
The deepfake dilemma: How it affects privacy, security & law in Aotearoa
Deepfakes, videos that replace a person's face with someone else's using AI, raise concerns over morality, legality, privacy, and online harm.
Plan for Christchurch Call to target social media algorithms welcomed
A tech specialist says targeting social media algorithms is an important step to reduce extremist online content. .
Top Trade Me listings of 2020 revealed
Trade Me's top Marketplace listings of 2020 in New Zealand were all inspired by COVID-19, according to the buy and sell platform.
Govt must allow border exemptions for tech professionals - NZTech
Tech sector calls for border exemptions for skilled professionals to address critical skills shortage amid COVID-19 crisis, says NZTech.
Microsoft's $100 million+ data centre approved for Auckland
Microsoft has been granted consent from the New Zealand Overseas Investment Office to advance its plans to open a datacenter region in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Female leaders are better employers than male counterparts - AUT study
Female leaders have a more positive impact on employees' wellbeing, according to a survey of New Zealand workers.
Chorus network data for April shows fibre essential to life in lockdown
New Zealand households connected to fibre averaged 500GB of monthly consumption in April, equivalent to 12 hours of Zoom video conferencing per day.
Vodafone: Prime Minister's COVID-19 lockdown announcement sees massive spike in traffic
NZ Internet use surges as lockdown end nears, Vodafone reports record spikes.
Chorus to resume non-essential fibre installs at alert level 3
Chorus will resume installations of fibre when New Zealand moves out of lockdown and into alert level 3 next week, the company has announced.
Unprepared: Many work-from-home policies only created in last 30 days
Half of employers created work from home policies in the last 30 days, according to new research, raising concerns over lack of preparation.
2degrees to slash 120 jobs as COVID-19 impacts set in
2degrees set to axe 120 jobs amid COVID-19 upheavals.
The COVID-19 fight: InternetNZ to hold online meeting on contact tracing technology
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced contact tracing technology will be one of the three pillars in New Zealand's strategy to contain COVID-19.
Nanogirl launches online STEM learning programme for self-isolated Kiwis
The team at Nanogirl have launched an online learning platform for Kiwi kids to help get them through the COVID-19 lockdown period.
NZ telcos preparing to keep up with extra demand over coronavirus self isolation
New Zealand's telco industry is confident it can handle the increased demand as more people work from home amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
NZ needs fintech to tackle big 2020 problems
Fintech can help tackle climate change and digital literacy, says FintechNZ. Utilising fintech will make 2020 a 'decade to remember.'.
Is the government putting Kiwi SMEs on struggle street?
NZ SMEs warned to adapt swiftly to impending regulatory changes, says OneHQ's Iswar.
Jacinda Ardern set to make ‘world-first’ event appearance as a hologram
The PM is set to attend the opening of Techweek as a hologram on Monday.
Cheese rolls & eye-rolls: Twitter reacts to #NZBudget2018
Yesterday was Budget Day, and since our Labour-led government released its first budget, Twitter has been afire with responses.