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Learnings from the road: How New Zealand is leading the agritech revolution
Agriculture is transforming and growing more quickly than ever before.
Step up your network security with SD-WAN
Not just any SD-WAN solution can offer the right levels of network security.
SuiteWorld18 photo gallery: Annexa, Aesop and Magic Johnson
Day one kicked off with the annual 12-hour #Hackathon4Good event and a keynote by Oracle Netsuite EVP Jim McGeever.
SuiteWorld recap: How the cloud has revolutionised the way businesses operate
“The shift to the cloud is an irresistible force,” says Oracle CEO Mark Hurd.
What's keeping the CEO up at night? Gartner reveals top-of-mind concerns
The survey found that as simple, implemental growth becomes harder to achieve, CEOs are concentrating on changing the structure of their companies.
Cloud boom continues as giants threaten small operators
"Cloud growth in the last two quarters has been quite exceptional."
Everything you need to know about Dell's new commercial PC portfolio
"Work is no longer simply a place people go. It’s an activity."
Mayday calls & drones: Ten things we bet you didn’t know about Kordia
The company can trace its heritage all the way back to the early 1920s when the AM first broadcast was made.
8 beautiful shots of Equinix's Dallas Infomart data center
Maybe you’ve heard that Equinix now owns the entire Dallas Infomart.
AI-DAY: Is artificial intelligence the answer to pest control?
“I’ve never been comfortable with that idea of being called an expert."
Self-monitoring trash cans & smart dairy herds: Spark rolls out IoT network
“While we currently have 60% of rural and urban New Zealand covered, we’ll be working to extend that to 70% by July this year."
Microsoft reaches historic AI milestone in Chinese-English language translation
“The pursuit of removing language barriers to help people communicate better is fantastic."
Inside MareNostrum, the most beautiful data center in the world
Up a side street on the edge of Barcelona, a stone path weaves through a park of old oak trees and flowers, to the steps of the Torre Girona Chapel.
Exclusive: Here's what NZ's top CEOs are doing to improve gender diversity
You need to understand what’s going on in your own business and do something to fix it because if you don’t, all this talk –it’s just PR bollocks.
Server spotlight: Four key features of Lenovo’s ThinkSystem SD650
85-90% of heat is removed from the servers by water cooling and can be repurposed throughout the data center.
Demand for tech skills intensifies across Australia
“This ’talent shortage’ has been identified by Australian CEOs as one of their top business risk areas."
Dames, professors & CEOs come together to draw more Kiwi women into data science
The New Zealand leg of the event is building on a global movement of inspiring more women to enter and excel in the data science industry.
Panasonic claims stake in smart energy management with Schneider Electric deal
The system also features plug and play technology to reduce installation time, or can be installed as a part of a standalone system.
Jacinda Ardern a great example for tech industry, says Tech Women NZ exec
Mistry previously worked for the Manukau Institute of Technology, Wang and Apple and has her own company CreateOps.
Apple to pump up data center spending by $10 billion
Apple expects to invest over $30 billion in capital expenditures in the US over the next five years and create over 20,000 new jobs.
New year, new privacy regulations - are you ready?
Ensuring Personal Information Protection (PIP) and privacy is a world and industry-wide concern among enterprises and service providers alike.
The state of the nation: Government websites fail to serve citizens
The majority of government websites are underperforming, with the best site scoring 4.6 out of 10 - a failing grade.
The global enterprise getting Kiwi kids into coding
Accenture employees across 55 of these countries have pledged to volunteer more than 10,000 hours to Hour of Code.
Exclusive interview: CA Technologies on digital transformation in Australia
There’s yet another gap here; and that’s between what the executive and IT teams believe is needed in the businesses’ digital transformation journey.