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Online shopping to reach tipping point this Christmas
"With more Kiwis shopping online than ever before it makes sense for online retailers to look to increase their marketing reach and improve their advertising return on investment."
Nine ways to boost IT security during the summer holidays
With fewer users to manage, IT teams will likely have more capacity to carry out tasks that might have been overlooked during the busy business year.
Five Tips on Shopping Safely This Festive Season
We have a cybersecurity expert give five simple tips for safe online shopping this Christmas season
SMEs should use Xmas slowdown to plan and reflect – Xero
28% of businesses don’t have any provision in place for when times get tough, with another six percent unsure of what they’d do in tough times.
Hands-on review: MYNT smart tracker - never lose anything again
The MYNT is on my Christmas list, and with all its amazing specs, you’d be well placed to have it on yours.
Hands-on review: Trend Micro security packages - more than just anti-virus
For a package that’s unobtrusive and that doesn’t strain your CPU or your patience, this may just be the product you’re looking for.
Invite us to your party and we'll publish a story #PartyWatch
It's that time of the year again - Christmas work parties. We need your help and it's very very easy.
Where you should buy your techie Xmas presents this year
Can you remember what you were doing in 1991? It was the year that The Addams Family was screening at the movies and TMC Computing had just opened.
Inventor aims to bring Christmas ornaments into 21st century
Inspired to bring Christmas tree decorations into the modern world, Barton Listick has invented Jolly, the world's first smart connected ornament.
Special Christmas pricing on major brands at Connector Systems
Connector Systems has a bunch of Christmas specials for you to take advantage of.
In-store purchasing still winning with Kiwi Christmas shoppers
Kiwis are still looking to do the bulk of their Christmas shopping with local retailers, despite being keen online shoppers.
One-third of Kiwis use smartphones for Christmas shopping
One in three New Zealanders intend to use their smartphone to purchase Christmas presents this year, with an abundance of online shops and delivery services now available.
Grab yourself a Christmas surprise
With Christmas fast approaching, Square Enix is set to launch an exclusive holiday deal available from 12th December - 20th December 2013 only at The Square Enix Store.
Securing Your Holiday Tech Gifts - Mac OS Guide
If you recently acquired an Apple Mac computer there are several simple steps you can take to protect your new machine.
Securing Your Holiday Tech Gifts - Android Guide
The good folk at ESET bring us a phenomenal series on securing your Christmas tech gifts, this time it's any Android phone or tablet.
Securing Your Holiday Tech Gifts - Windows Guide
The good folk at ESET bring us a phenomenal series on securing your Christmas tech gifts, starting with your new Windows PC.
Keep an eye on your home or business this Christmas
The DCS-930L camera retails for $149, and the DCS-932L, which has built-in LEDs and a low-lux image sensor for night-time recording, will sell for $199.
How to avoid a messy Christmas
The annual Christmas party is an opportunity for teams to celebrate the end of a year (good or bad) and relax together for a few hours.
Christmas is coming, but it could be the post-Christmas period – and executives with their shiny new toys – which offers a bonanza for some resellers.
Apple offers free Christmas shipping in NZ
All purchases until December 25 will be delivered at no extra cost.
Subscribe to NetGuide and get a free Gift
Subscribe to NetGuide before November 27 and receive a free gift!.
Orations, not aberrations Or: Ten tips for the perfect Christmas speech.
So you need to give a speech at the Christmas party. o here are my 10 tips to help get you and your audience through the night.
Accept the invisible Xmas gift
If you see Christmas functions as an obligation then I suggest that you’re insane. But there are benefits.