A new preliminary study which reviews the participation of women and men in the ICT industry is calling for an urgent investigation into sexism, ageism and their combined impact in the sector.Read More
The New Zealand Government has announced it will invest NZD 270 million to roll out Ultra-Fast Broadband to 190 more small towns. The government has also extended rural broadband to another 74,000 households and businesses.Read More
The 20/20 trust, a charity promoting ‘digital inclusion’ for New Zealand citizens, has released its Digital Inclusion Manifesto calling for all New Zealanders to have affordable access to the internet and the skills and confidence to use digital technologies for learning, for work and for life.Read More
A fund set up as an alternative to giving Maori an allocation of fourth generation mobile telephone spectrum could help 42 Maori into careers in information technology.Read More
This year the Government is injecting $74.6 million into increasing demand for research and development projects. The money will boost "Growth Grants" distributed by Callaghan Innovation.
But what real benefits are in it for Māori businesses?
Minister of Science and Innovation Paul Goldsmith says this research and development fund will help Aotearoa businesses get their ideas and products to the market sooner and further increase export revenues.Read More
Telco 2degrees recorded its first profit in 2016 as it doubled the size of its broadband subscriber base, it was announced today.
The 7-year-old mobile and broadband provider filed its 2016 financial statements today, which show a revenue of $702.7 million and a $13.4m profit.Read More
Former shearing contractor Mavis Mullins' name will soon be up in lights alongside corporate luminaries Fletcher, Wattie's and Carter Holt Harvey.
The Dannevirke-based businesswoman is being inducted into the New Zealand Business Hall of Fame which makes her feel humbled and proud, but also "slightly amused" to find herself among such illustrious company.Read More
Māori language speakers will have another reason to buy the newest Huawei phones, with the company committing to feature the language as a standard option.
The company launched their new P10 and P10 Plus models in Auckland on Wednesday night, which are also the world's first to have te reo, one of New Zealand's official languages, built-in.Read More