Colmar Brunton stories
New research reveals data privacy still a big worry for Kiwis
New Zealanders are becoming increasingly worried about their personal data privacy, according to a new InternetNZ survey.
Epson NZ builds a network of dealer partners for business printer range
Epson NZ establishes distribution channel for business printers with major agreements and regional dealer partners.
Vodafone warns customers as online scams increase due to COVID-19
COVID-19 lockdown sparks surge in online scams, Vodafone NZ cautions vigilance.
Vodafone drops cheques in move it calls (sigh) 'Chexit'
Vodafone is, ahem, chequing out of the now old-school payment method as it focuses on developing its digital-first services.
Vodafone launches new endless data plans for consumers and business customers
Vodafone New Zealand unveils new mobile phone plans with endless data, addressing customers' increasing demand for data.
Cyber awareness initiative releases jargon dictionary for NZ organisations
New Zealanders get a Jargon Buster to clarify cyber terms, boosting workplace cyber security understanding during Connect Smart week.
Are Kiwi employees in the dark when It comes to cyber security?
Only 17% of New Zealanders have received training on cyber security at work, despite being affected by cybercrime.
Are Kiwis addicted to Facebook? New research says yes
Kiwis confess to Facebook fixation, with research showing it's their top social media habit, say Colmar Brunton.
Ironic? Kiwis worried about privacy of public social media accounts
Survey unveils Kiwis' privacy fears; most oppose gov't eyeing up their social media data, trumping credit or criminal concerns.
Kiwis not so shallow, according to finding love survey
New Zealanders value honesty and a sense of humor over good looks and intelligence in a romantic partner, says Colmar Brunton.
NZers see growing benefits from closer economic ties with Asia, wary on investment: survey
New Zealanders see positive spin-offs coming from the nation's growing economic ties across Asia, although they have become wary of investment from th.
Kiwi youth indulging in illegal downloads
Almost half of those surveyed admit to unauthorised streaming of TV programmes and almost a third indulge in unauthorised downloading of movies.
Multi-screen marketing set to dominate in 2014?
Kiwi marketers will need to focus on multi-screen, multi-device marketing drives to keep up with global trends in 2014.
Half of NZ SMEs missing out online
Half of Kiwi SMEs are missing the digital boat, with just 50% having a web presence, risking invisibility to a highly online consumer base.
SMEs struggle with cloud concept
More industry education needed as small and medium sized businesses don't fully understand cloud computing despite the financial benefits.