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Investor says agritech is a cash cow that ‘NZ can do better’
Agriculture as the very bones of NZ has seen an uprising in the number of startups in the agritech space - but this expert says we can do better.
Accenture: Data is king in age of disruption
To survive and thrive, companies need to make the most of their data to see trends and act quickly, just as digital disruptors do.
Here’s how Red Hat will integrate CoreOS with OpenShift after its $250M acquisition
Red Hat acquired CoreOS in January, describing them as an innovator and leader in Kubernetes and container-native solutions.
Oracle NetSuite rolls out “world’s first” intelligent cloud suite
The system is said to deliver the insight, interaction and automation that customers now demand to grow their businesses with AI and machine learning.
Tufin shares 5 common network security pitfalls among organisations
There are several common pitfalls that businesses can fall foul of when implementing their security policies - here's five of the most prominent.
Data stored in DNA a reality: Nlyte co-founder shares insights
Nlyte co-founder Robert Neave says the influx of data from mobile devices means data centres need to look at new and innovative ways to store data.
The AI tidal wave is coming, but it won't be as destructive as people think
“Most Kiwis are already using AI and don’t even realise it," comments NZ AI Forum executive director Ben Reid.
YOU’RE INVITED: CeBIT 2018 - Sydney
As the largest and longest-running B2B conference in the APAC region, CeBIT is certainly not an event to be missed.
Key features from VMware’s latest vRealize Suite update
“Enterprise IT executives and their teams are under significant pressure to increase their execution speed.”
Interview: Cisco on where the opportunity lies for intent-based networking
Cisco talks about how the role of partners and networking personnel is set to experience a shift as a result of intent-based networking.
How technology is edging closer to the self-driving WAN
Silver Peak's Graham Schultz assesses how far off the self-driving WAN really is.
A glance at the future: Mind-reading AI, VR journalism & radical collaboration
Let's imagine a situation in which a police department of the future adopts "mind-reading" technology to predict a crime before it even happens.
Embracing your new ‘robot’ co-workers
In many cases, the arrival of intelligent machines will have a positive impact on businesses, their overall performance and employees too.
The robot-CFO is soon to be a reality - is your career AI-proof?
With more and more white collar jobs falling into the ‘could be done by software’ category, should CFO’s AI-proof their careers?
2018: When AI will humanise the workplace - HR Trends for Australasia
Oracle talks about the major AI-driven trends that we'll see this year in HR.
“As revolutionary as the Internet” - Oracle CTO unveils new autonomous database
“This technology changes everything."
Milestone Systems predict the future of the surveillance industry - 7 key trends
The company discusses issues around IoT and automation as well as how some integrators might struggle to keep up with the market.
Yamaha invests in Tauranga-based robot company
Tauranga-based RPL is an early stage R&D company that develops robotics and automation solutions for highly variable agricultural environments.
Callaghan Innovation’s borrow-a-cobot scheme speeding up automation
Cobots are robots that work alongside their human colleagues without the need for safety guarding.
Exclusive Interview: Oracle on AI and enterprise technology challenges
Siddhartha Agarwal discusses Oracle's approach to AI and a number of other pressing issues for the enterprise space.
Pegasystems: Making the art of selling smarter with AI
“We’re redefining sales automation from a static database into a dynamic assistant that makes good sales people great.”
From reactive to empowered: Building a case for automation within your security operations team
Here are three questions every security leader can focus on to make automation a reality within their organisation.
Auckland: AI experts discuss what to do when a robot takes your job
“Robots will be taking our jobs, so what are we going to do to make sure we are ready for future economy?”
Spark’s robot wins big in Sydney
“It confirms for us that our approach to automation and what we are achieving is resulting in some great success.”