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Accenture: Data is king in age of disruption
To survive and thrive, companies need to make the most of their data to see trends and act quickly, just as digital disruptors do.
Why water use is a key consideration when cooling your data center
For years in data center circles we’ve been talking about Power Usage Effectiveness, or PUE.
Hardware maintenance the way it should be - fast, reliable, affordable
“One of the major benefits of moving our equipment over to Interactive was the faster turnaround when our equipment fails.”
Taitokerau Fibre Networks and Kordia upgrade Northland fibre link
Taitokerau Fibre Networks is 80% owned by three Iwi of Te Taitokerau (Te Rarawa, Ngati Whatua and Whaingaroa).
Is the internet getting safer?
Connecting our human selves to our digital identities is hard. How does your bank know it’s really you behind the browser opening a new account?
Artificial Intelligence / AI
How artificial intelligence can assist the delivery of quality education
AI could assist a university with the processing of student enrolment applications or the reporting of academic results.
Government invests $300m in nation's space sector, sets up first agency
“Space technologies are not just about taking people to the moon."
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.
Rackspace capitalizes on global container adoption boom with new Kubernetes solution
The application container software market will grow 40% over the next few years, reaching nearly $3 billion by 2020, according to 451 Research.
Google Drive to quietly morph into Google One over next few months
“One of the most common requests we’ve received is for storage plans to be sharable within a family.”
Finance, Leasing & Rental
Schneider Electric behind Papua New Guinea's new data center
The data center will support a cash distribution center that will be ready for business early next year.
Vodafone buys remaining 30% stake in Farmside for $3 million
Vodafone New Zealand acquired 70% of Farmside for $10 million in cash, closing the deal in May 2017.
Apple's new carbon-free aluminium set to revolutionise manufacturing
Apple CEO Tim Cook says the company’s is committed to advancing technologies that are good for the planet and help protect it for generations to come.
Apple popular amongst Australian tech employees
Technology was named as the most attractive industry in Australia, followed by early learning and engineering.
Kiwi clothing brand under fire: ComCom warns businesses about "Made in NZ" claims
Clothing brand WORLD is under investigation by the Commerce Commission regarding the accuracy of its t-shirt labelling.
Trump in talks with Xi Jinping to get ZTE “back into business fast”
“As for the specific issues over which the US side has voiced its concerns, our two sides also maintain close communication.”
Sydney IT consultant charged with insider trading and unauthorised access to data
Oakes doesn’t have to enter a plea and the matter was adjourned to 25 June 2018 for committal mention.
Good news and bad news for technology workers
“Digital and technology talent is scarce. And, as expected, that scarcity drives up the median salary."
NZ Super Fund invests US$65m in American cloud company
Following the Rubicon investment, around 2% of the NZ Super Fund is invested in expansion capital investments.
Alibaba's South Asia expansion plans start to take shape
Since its inception in 2012, Daraz has grown into a leading e-commerce company in Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Myanmar and Nepal.
Is your business ready to talk chatbots?
That introduces a new criterion to how IT leaders make their choice of chatbots: observability.
Mercury acquires stake in Tilt Renewables after poor wind conditions drive FY loss
Tilt Renewables’ FY18 loss compares to a $16.4 million profit the year before.
Ministry of Social Development: Is it right to use data just because there's access to it?
“Data and analytics has a valuable role to play in designing and delivering services that work for people."
Budget 2018: Govt. to invest $42 billion in capital spending
“We have to build the strong foundations that give every New Zealander the chance to succeed."