Sarah Putt

New Zealand Editor

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

Friday Fry Up: Would you like malware with that online purchase?, Cool to be SaaS, Fintech and the other ’techs

Friday Fry Up: What tech got from the Marsden Fund, New tech term to learn: IoB, Dunedin back in front for broadband

Friday Fry Up: What tech got from the Marsden Fund, New tech term to learn: IoB, Dunedin back in front for broadband

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

Friday Fry Up: Minister for tech (sort of), Privacy Week, IoT in space, Come on in, Hamilton

Friday Fry Up: Minister for tech (sort of), Privacy Week, IoT in space, Come on in, Hamilton

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

Friday Fry Up: Should Kiwis buy a 5G phone?, It’s becoming a (misshapen) W recovery, Legacy from the last recession

Friday Fry Up: Should Kiwis buy a 5G phone?, It’s becoming a (misshapen) W recovery, Legacy from the last recession

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

Friday Fry Up: NZ’s halo effect on software, SamKnows due for an upgrade, Parenting online

Friday Fry Up: NZ’s halo effect on software, SamKnows due for an upgrade, Parenting online

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

Interview: What’s on the new NZ telco commissioner’s agenda

Interview: What’s on the new NZ telco commissioner’s agenda

Tristan Gilbertson explains his priorities in how New Zealand’s world-leading telecommunications regulatory landscape evolves.

Friday Fry Up: Election tech debate no show, Ministry of Health’s tech lessons, CIO50 awards

Friday Fry Up: Election tech debate no show, Ministry of Health’s tech lessons, CIO50 awards

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

IT at the South Pole: How NZ manages its tech infrastructure in Antarctica

IT at the South Pole: How NZ manages its tech infrastructure in Antarctica

Static electricity, an ageing IT infrastructure, limited accessibility, and now COVID-19 all make the Antarctica New Zealand base not your typical IT environment.

Friday Fry Up: Cyberattacks and continuous disclosure, Unbundling the status quo, Chile, Singapore, and us, Take the skills survey

Friday Fry Up: Cyberattacks and continuous disclosure, Unbundling the status quo, Chile, Singapore, and us, Take the skills survey

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

How to close the IT skills gap? A national NZ survey seeks answers

How to close the IT skills gap? A national NZ survey seeks answers

With immigration shut off due to the pandemic, fears over a looming tech talent deficit are spurring a renewed focus on growing local New Zealand expertise.

Friday Fry Up: Biggest IaaS share in NZ, Incremental 5G, Police sign up for Algorithm Charter, Greens’ tech policy

Friday Fry Up: Biggest IaaS share in NZ, Incremental 5G, Police sign up for Algorithm Charter, Greens’ tech policy

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

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

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

A new Deloitte report shows most New Zealand business have low levels of data maturity, but agritech firm LIC shows what’s possible.

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