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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.
Staff crucial to digital transformation execution, report says
"Digital transformation must come from the inside-out, and having employees at the centre of digital investments is absolutely crucial."
L'Oreal turns to Talend to help power research and innovation
Talend has announced L’Oreal is utilising the company’s technology to power the Research and Innovation (R&I) department’s data lake in a private IaaS environment on Microsoft Azure.
ASEAN Rice Bowl Startup Awards kicks off with Malaysia round
Running in its fifth year, the Rice Bowl Startup Awards aim to connect and empower the ASEAN Economic Community to power up their local economies with startups and scaleups.
Quarter of a million up for grabs for charities through Vodafone NZ Foundation
Vodafone New Zealand Foundation is calling on registered charities to apply for $250,000 of innovation grants.
BLE innovation lab and showroom to open in the Gold Coast
Pole Star and inTechnology are bringing the most sophisticated and leading-edge BLE technology to Australian shores.
LEGO's journey through digital innovation and beyond
As one of the 500 most valuable brands in the world, the company’s global success didn’t come without struggles.
Canberra Cyber Security Innovation Node launches
The Canberra Node is a part of the National Network of Nodes, which accelerates cyber capability development and innovation across Australia.
And the James Dyson Award goes to... Electric Cargo Trike
The innovators intend to solve a multitude of problems faced by New Zealand cities, the team states. This includes environmental issues, efficient package delivery and safety for couriers.
Chch's Ministry of Awesome offers startup exchanges in Australia
Christchurch-based Ministry of Awesome is partnering with The Business Centre in Australia to offer Canterbury startups a connection to New South Wales and the Australian market.
Juniper Networks teams up with Aston Martin
"Juniper strives to be the best in its field and that is demonstrated with everything they do. We value Juniper’s reliability and best-in-class performance."
Kiwi EdTech software innovation goes international
SimPHARM, a state of the art simulation tool developed at the University of Otago and now commercially licensed by a United States-based company.
AI changing the game for sports fans
New NTT research shows over half of people aged 18-34 believe AI creates better engagement, but only a quarter know how it’s applied in sports.
Intel releases new chip packaging tools to promote innovation
When combined with Intel’s process technologies, new packaging capabilities will allow for customer innovation and help develop new computing systems.
Former Microsoft leader appointed new chair of the Canberra Innovation Network
Batainah joins CBRIN with more than 20 years of experience in the information and communications technology industry.
Why global enterprises are turning to IBM to drive digital reinvention
"The ability to innovate at scale will be the difference between success and failure."
New recruit to lead business acceleration at Callaghan
“Technology-driven business disruption is creating virtually unlimited opportunities for our best and boldest entrepreneurs."
Ericsson launches enhanced 5G deployment options
With 5G deployments rapidly gathering momentum globally, Ericsson continues to lead the way with its service-provider-focused 5G platform.
How Oracle Exadata aims to accelerate machine learning
The new Oracle Exadata Database Machine X8 features hardware and software enhancements, as well as unique machine learning capabilities.
Millennials out as Gen Z moves front and centre
“Employers can take a leaf out of Gen Z’s book with advancements in technology in force and exploration of digital realms on the rise."
NEC named Frost & Sullivan Biometrics Company of the Year
The award recognises NEC's foresight in innovating and developing biometric solutions for the future that maximises customer value and experience.
Agility or risk? The security pain points causing tension in business
There’s tension in the workplace for businesses – and it’s all to do with the tradeoff between flexible working and cybersecurity.
DimData: Fear finally setting in amongst vulnerable orgs
New data ranking the ‘cybermaturity’ of organisations reveals the most commonly targeted sectors are also the most prepared to deal with the ever-evolving threat landscape.