Sarah Putt

New Zealand Editor

Sarah Putt is the New Zealand editor for CIO and Computerworld.

Data maturity in New Zealand: Most businesses are on the low end

Friday Fry Up: Digital inclusion plan plea, Fibre to the home at last, Health tech’s unsung hero, Cybersecurity again

Friday Fry Up: Digital inclusion plan plea, Fibre to the home at last, Health tech’s unsung hero, Cybersecurity again

Friday Fry Up is Computerworld New Zealand’s weekly look at the world of IT.

National party releases tech policies for 2020 election

National party releases tech policies for 2020 election

Establishing technology ministry, adding 1,000 scholarships, shifting the Elevate Fund more to start-up investments, and attracting global firms to New Zealand are among the proposals.

Friday Fry Up: IT election concerns, IT election silence, Mobile matters, Spark goes all-in on mobile, What you do in a recession

Friday Fry Up: IT election concerns, IT election silence, Mobile matters, Spark goes all-in on mobile, What you do in a recession

Friday Fry Up is Computerworld New Zealand’s weekly look at the world of IT.

Indigenous data sovereignty and how Māori are leading the way

Indigenous data sovereignty and how Māori are leading the way

New Zealand’s Tikanga in Technology project is one of several efforts meant to create awareness and structure for others.

Most NZ farmers have decent broadband, but improvement is needed

Most NZ farmers have decent broadband, but improvement is needed

The option of unlimited data plans, a choice of providers, and greater investments are among the top needs cited in a Federated Farmers survey.

Friday Fry Up: Cyber security and the IT pro, Working-from-hardware, Sky TV rugby and broadband

Friday Fry Up: Cyber security and the IT pro, Working-from-hardware, Sky TV rugby and broadband

Friday Fry Up is Computerworld New Zealand’s weekly look at the world of IT.

New Zealand PC sales up, smartphone sales down

New Zealand PC sales up, smartphone sales down

Tablet sales have also grown as people are stuck at home and look to do more computing than a smartphone can handle.

Diversity should be the first, not the final, frontier in NZ space industry

Diversity should be the first, not the final, frontier in NZ space industry

A focus on bringing in women and minority groups now would help ensure that the engineering teams don’t look like they did in the 1950s.

Friday Fry Up: Under DDoS attack, Public cloud assault, Telco wars will not commence

Friday Fry Up: Under DDoS attack, Public cloud assault, Telco wars will not commence

Friday Fry Up is Computerworld New Zealand’s weekly look at the world of IT.

Fresh fund for start-ups bolsters NZ focus on agritech

Fresh fund for start-ups bolsters NZ focus on agritech

One firm, LIC, is actively on the hunt for biotech-orientated technology innovators.

NZ IT managers urged to revisit security following hasty lockdown changes

NZ IT managers urged to revisit security following hasty lockdown changes

CERT NZ cites a rise in ransomware and RDP attacks during the COVID-19 pandemic, at a time when companies may have made changes that compromise security.

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