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Kaspersky named one of the top 100 global innovators
For the second year, it made the Derwent Top 100 Global Innovator list by Clarivate Analytics, which includes giants like Amazon, Facebook and Google.
Spark rallies Kiwi innovators to share their 5G ideas
Spark is calling on New Zealand’s most innovative businesses to pitch their best ideas about how 5G could benefit the country.
Datrium awarded patents for resiliency and encryption tech
The patents were invented by Datrium’s leaders and engineering team. Many of the same team created the backup deduplication technology at Data Domain.
Report: Budget, staff and cybersecurity a barrier to Australian innovation
Concerns over cybersecurity has been named as one of the main barriers to innovation in Australian companies, according to new research from Ricoh.
Cambridge Quantum Computing teams up with CERN to advance quantum technologies
Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) is looking to explore and advance the application of quantum technologies to particle physics as part of the QUATERNION project in the CERN openlab.
Australian business leaders need to up their innovation game
Innovation in Australia is falling, however there is still an opportunity for enterprises to take decisive action and improve business and economic outcomes.
Vodafone opens 5G Innovation Lab in Christchurch
The lab, which is located on Tuam Street, is designed to help New Zealand organisations understand how 5G technology can become part of their business.
CompTIA launches tool to measure emerging tech-readiness
CompTIA says the assessment will help to identify what steps are needed to ensure organisations expand their business.
Virgin Galactic relocates SpaceShipTwo, moves closer to commercialisation
“Today marks another step closer: We will have a genuine Space Valley in Southern New Mexico, a hotbed of innovation and achievement and space tourism development."
MuleSoft report encourages API-led approach for success in digital age
“With an API-led approach, CIOs can change the clock speed of their business and emerge as the steward of a composable enterprise to democratise access to existing assets and new capabilities.”
Top 10 digital transformation trends for Australia - IDC
In 2020 the emphasis shifts from DX technologies to underlying organisational structures and innovation ecosystems.
Business enthusiasm for emerging tech clashes with cybersecurity woes - CompTIA
The report also finds spending on hardware, software, services and telecom is projected to reach almost $5.2tn globally.
NZ tech companies forecast for rapid expansion in 2020
“These Kiwi tech businesses are showing the ability and drive to solve problems and make a positive impact on the world."
Tasmania Node launches with a focus on developing cyber security innovation
The Tasmania Node will have a particular focus on driving national strategy in the smart cities, Internet of Things (IoT) and marine technology sectors.
Official launch of AustCyber’s cybersecurity Innovation Node
The node is the latest addition to AustCyber’s national network of cybersecurity Innovation Nodes.
NZ's innovation snagged on 'number 8 wire' - report
New Zealand is ‘sliding’ down the global innovation index, in part due to Kiwis’ number 8 wire approach to fixing existing things, rather than exploring new and imaginative ideas.
Monitoring has a place in your test-and-learn culture
Experimentation in the enterprise is being embraced, but how does one work out what difference it makes?
IFTA FinTech Achievement Awards open for applications
The awards recognise excellence in the global FinTech industry
Dunedin firm wins Expo 2020 Dubai Innovation Grant
“It is an enterprise with a mission to end preventable blindness through the use of affordable smartphone technology and artificial intelligence."
UST Global expands presence with new Singapore office
The new center will enable the company to expand its base in Asia and get closer to its growing pool of institutional investors.
Aussie company Advanced Navigation raises $20m to extend robotics research
The funds will lend itself to significant global expansion for the Australian-based business and accelerate research and development programs for transformative new robotics, navigation and sensor technologies.
3D printed bionic hand advances robotics as we know it
Designers and engineers of WMG, University of Warwick and the UK industry have created a bionic hand within 10 hours that is able to grip using a moveable thumb.
Micro 3D printing technology wins NZ engineering award
Micromaker3D creates detailed submillimetre structures for applications such as sensors, wearables, point-of-care diagnostics, and micro-robotics.
Taleka takes US$250k as Cisco Innovation award winner
It was selected with partner Appspace, for its innovative solution that is set to transform the workplace experience through Cisco Webex.