NZTech stories - Page 3
Wellington businesses promote ICT opportunities to the region’s teenage girls
"We are certain that opportunities like this make a difference in addressing the current gender imbalance in ICT."
How technology will impact New Zealand by 2030
“Technology is such an important part of day-to-day life for all Kiwis, meaning that just about everyone has a stake in its success."
Tech execs, academics coming together to shape AI in NZ
“This event is about building New Zealand’s AI community and helping kiwi businesses better serve their customers with AI."
Jacinda Ardern a great example for tech industry, says Tech Women NZ exec
Mistry previously worked for the Manukau Institute of Technology, Wang and Apple and has her own company CreateOps.
NZTech’s top three tech trends impacting the wellbeing of Kiwis
CEO Graeme Muller says these major tech developments will significantly impact lives of New Zealanders for the better.
Top Google researcher to speak at Auckland digital summit
Tomas Izo leads a Google team of engineers and scientists researching digital issues which contribute to a wide range of products.
New Zealand's tech leaders get behind global blockchain platform
Kiwi tech stars are launching the world’s first blockchain platform for the multi-billion-dollar global online ratings and review industry.
NZTech responds to digital divide report: "The government is right to raise this concern"
"Left unaddressed this digital divide will exacerbate the social divide."
Forget rugby & tourism...NZTech's CEO on what Apple's latest acquisition means for us
"New Zealand is becoming one of the top 10 tech countries in the world. We are not just rugby and tourism anymore.”
Degree no longer mandatory with tech opportunities - NZTech
“As soon as you remove the preconception that everyone needs a degree you can tap into lots of new talent," says NZTech CEO Graeme Muller.
Tech’s momentum driving New Zealand economy forward
NZTech’s annual report states that it's committed to creating more prosperity for New Zealand underpinned by technology.
You’re invited: The 3rd Annual Advance Cyber Security Summit
The 2017 NZTECH Advance Cyber Security Summit, which will dive into the progress, developments and challenges that await us.
Need for speed: The connection between faster internet and cyber attacks
Could faster internet be one of the major causes why the world is facing more cyber attacks than ever?
NZ tech unknown in Asia - we need to do more to put NZ on the map
“New Zealand has invested heavily in promoting education and tourism for decades, which is why we are so well known in Asia for these industries."
Unitec’s Tech Futures Lab and The Mind Lab make key appointments to continue rapid growth
Louise Webster, Craig Hilton and Lorraine Guerin join the team, while Sarah Hindle, Tech Futures Lab GM has been appointed to the NZTech board.
Kiwi businesses need to engage more with Asia opportunities - NZTech chair
“The Kiwi tech sector must be an active part of the NZ story, presence and engagement in SEA to gain more brand awareness and business tractiion."
NZTech chief: CERT NZ's cybersecurity report is the tip of a much bigger iceberg
“This sharing of information is one of the best ways to reduce vulnerabilities as a country. But their figures are just the tip of the iceberg.”
Empowering girls towards tech about inspiration, mythbusting and education, says NZTech
“Feedback from a lot of young women I have spoken to, say there are often only a few other females in their tech class. This must change."
NZ to stage international tech conference before D5 summit
The D5 provides a focused forum to collaborate on common projects and to support and champion our growing digital economies.
NZTech is expanding - and so is the nation's tech industry
“Better use of the Internet could result in $34 billion in economic growth and better use of IoT could be worth more than $2.2 billion."
NZ IoT Alliance: By 2020, 100% of IoT will be supported by AI
Within three years, 100% of all effective IoT efforts will be supported by cognitive or artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities.
NZ IoT Alliance: Next decade worth $2.2 billion in IoT potential
“The key inhibitor for IoT uptake in NZ is a lack of understanding, knowledge and skill. This is not a technical issue, it's an education issue."
Kiwi tech companies need to be more proactive in solving skill shortage problem - NZTech CEO
Graeme Muller says that the very firms that make the most noise about this issue need to stand up play a more active role in attracting talent.
You're Invited: Explore cutting edge edtech and pedagogy
Upcoming edtech conference hopes to share insights with the education sector and connect educators with leading tech players.