Crown company Network for Learning (N4L) says schools and kura across New Zealand are now better protected from cyber threats and harmful websites following the nationwide rollout of new technology.
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Matthew Guarini and Pascal Matzke of Forrester put themselves to the test: ‘Did our 2019 predictions for CIOs hit the mark?’
Microsoft’s ‘90s paperclip assistant taught us all about computer conversations -teachings you have to take into account when you design digital humans for a living, as FaceMe’s head of professional services, Simon Grieve, explains
Getting the challenge of integrating a security mindset into DevOps practices right will become even more important as new markets of IT such as the Internet of Things spin up, writes Andrew Slavkovic of CyberArk
Businesses can’t simply add software to a legacy business model or process and call it ‘digital’, writes Scott Leader of Box
"New Zealand has consistently punched above its weight in the five years that these awards have been running,” says Jefferson King, IDC NZ market analyst
NZ IoT Alliance highlights essential components to speed up uptake of the technology
The marriage of these systems need not be a major barrier to Industry 4.0 adoption, writes Greg Purcell, industrial IoT lead Engineer at Facteon
Says direct connections bypass the public internet and make cloud performance fast, reliable and private.
The latest Microsoft security study ranks New Zealand as one of the most low-risk countries in the world for cyberattacks. However, Kiwis have also seen a 205 per cent increase in cybersecurity incidents in the past year. As we’ve learned the hard way, low risk does not mean no risk, writes Russell Craig of Microsoft NZ
Chatbot developers can differentiate themselves from the pack - using one of the most time-tested communication methods, writes Brodie Wooler of FaceMe
Will benefit organisations that have critical operations and infrastructures, including utilities, essential government departments and emergency services providers
South Island council embarks on digital transformation programme
With cybercrime increasing in size, complexity and cost, firms need to take a fresh perspective on leading through this challenging environment, writes Justin Gray of Accenture NZ.
Organisations must have a strong change management process and involve staff early on in any automation project, writes Rob Mills of Blue Prism