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Kiwi companies invest in R&D and innovation, new survey finds
“Research and Development activity is crucial for creating a strong and diversified economy, and moving into higher value products and services."
Emerson brings SmartCabinet to Australia and New Zealand
“The explosion of cloud and Internet-based data has prompted more organisations to move their infrastructure towards the network edge."
CommArc first Kiwi company to achieve Veeam platinum partner status
CommArc Consulting has become the first New Zealand company to achieve platinum partner status in the Veeam’s Cloud & Service Provider Programme.
Network security market grows rapidly in APAC region
High adoption of BYOD policies and cloud computing in the APAC region will aid the growth of the global network security market through to 2019.
ReachLocal snaps up three local Google SME partner awards
ReachLocal, the online digital marketing system, has won three Google Australia/New Zealand premier SME partner awards.
The world is changing... and it’s not all bad, folks
“Right now, NZ's potentially slipping into the mid-stream. What we need to do is be mindful of what our competitive advantage will be in the future."
Check Point looks to help the little guy with latest security offering
Check Point has released new appliances designed to help SMBs stand up against sophisticated cyber criminals and zero-day threats.
Big changes taking place in the SME NAS market
Hybrid storage arrays, increased use of flash storage, cloud-based NAS and big data analytics are significantly impacting the SMB NAS market.
Data breaches cost SMEs more than money
"A data breach could be far worse financially for SMEs, due to the often more personal relationship that they have with their customers."
Kiwi SMEs win out over Aussie counterparts
"What should be a priority for SMBs is making the most of the opportunities that technology can provide in order to remain competitive."
Dell launches two new productivity and communication tools
Capitalising on a growing demand for productivity and communication tools, Dell has made two new additions to its cloud client-computing portfolio.
Cyber security now about mitigating risk
“In 2016, cyber security will move further toward the boardroom as a corporate issue and become a continual process of risk mitigation."
NZ Govt extends support to local SMEs
The New Zealand Government is supporting the growth of small to medium enterprises (SMEs) with an extension on its Regional Business Partner programme
Kiwi SMEs: Will you earn the ‘cyber security tick’?
“Small and medium businesses need to take steps to protect their online records as much as they keep their buildings and physical assets safe."
Ezidebit launches cloud-based payment system for Aussie businesses
“Our new platform offers more ways to help our customers run their businesses more efficiently and get paid on time."
Auckland SMEs 'disappointed' with local council
MYOB surveyed more than 300 SME operators based in Auckland, and found disatisfaction with local council support is at its highest level in two years.
SME internet satisfaction drops but online benefits are increasing
Kiwi SMEs are increasingly unhappy about internet access speeds and reliability but those with an online presence are reaping the benefits.
New peer-to-peer lender aims to shake up the market
"We’ve looked extremely hard at what really matters to borrowers and investors in New Zealand and have built Lending Crowd [based on this]."
Growing consumer power a huge disruptive force
“The world gone mobile is not a simple story of technological change, it is a story of fundamental shifts in consumer behaviour.”
Spark launches new email service for Kiwi SMEs
Spark is expanding its offerings with Spark Business Mail - a new cloud-based email platform hosted in New Zealand and designed for SMEs.
Why SMEs shouldn’t listen to business confidence surveys
While business confidence surveys may seem beneficial for businesses, they actually can do more harm than good.
Vadacom and Connect NZ unite to deliver Kiwi SMEs smarter phone systems
"Connect NZ are trusted by thousands of SMEs for their technology requirements, so we’re delighted that Vadacom is now a key part of their offering."
Logitech enables collaboration with video conferencing solutions
A key player in the video conferencing space is Logitech. The vendor has a line of video conferencing solutions designed to aid collaboration.
Kiwi SMEs: Prepare for challenging times now
New Zealand SMEs need to ensure their networks are robust enough to withstand any form of economic slowdown.