Sarah Putt

New Zealand Editor

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

Friday Fry Up: Scouts take on tech, Security angles, Health IT revived, Election app developer to vote, SOS business sold

Friday Fry Up: Scouts take on tech, Security angles, Health IT revived, Election app developer to vote, SOS business sold

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

NZ Consumer Data Right targeted for next government’s agenda

NZ Consumer Data Right targeted for next government’s agenda

Ministry has begun public consultation on data portability, in preparation for advising new government after the election.

Operators mull proposal for national New Zealand IoT network

Operators mull proposal for national New Zealand IoT network

A national network would achieve economies of scale and allow for broader use of IoT applications, says LoRaWAN technology advocate John McDermott.

Friday Fry Up: Lockdown IT, CIOs' COVID cred, Data on the doorstep

Friday Fry Up: Lockdown IT, CIOs' COVID cred, Data on the doorstep

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

Can AR and VR help save New Zealand tourism?

Can AR and VR help save New Zealand tourism?

The pandemic gave an Auckland Bioengineering Institute development team the idea to repurpose an augmented reality app to help the crisis-stricken tourism industry.

NZ competition watchdog to ditch spreadsheets for CRM system

NZ competition watchdog to ditch spreadsheets for CRM system

The commission is looking for a CRM system to streamline and upgrade its reporting and data-analysis capabilities for managing stakeholders.

Friday Fry Up: Parliament’s 2008 class of tech, New Zealand TikTok users subject of sale, delivery services no great shakes

Friday Fry Up: Parliament’s 2008 class of tech, New Zealand TikTok users subject of sale, delivery services no great shakes

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

How Flamingo took flight as New Zealand embraced micro-mobility

How Flamingo took flight as New Zealand embraced micro-mobility

Competition from the US, then the pandemic forced the scooter start-up to move and pivot quickly.

How IT can help protect New Zealanders’ online data

How IT can help protect New Zealanders’ online data

People have been worn down by excessive data collection and unfriendly data access methods. It doesn’t have to be that way.

The Fry Up: Algorithm charter unveiled, Not the Watson you think, VC in a small country, Paying your share

The Fry Up: Algorithm charter unveiled, Not the Watson you think, VC in a small country, Paying your share

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

Five tips when raising venture capital in New Zealand tech

Five tips when raising venture capital in New Zealand tech

The NZ startup scene has a few differences from how startup funding works elsewhere, even as the basic principles are global.

How tech is assisting New Zealand company supply chains

How tech is assisting New Zealand company supply chains

Governance and security, artificial intelligence, and increased supply chain visibility have all helped Fonterra and Foodstuffs adapt to pandemic-induced changes in customer behaviour.

The Fry Up: Living our best (digital) life, V-shaped recovery, Safe to Playstation, Agritech again

The Fry Up: Living our best (digital) life, V-shaped recovery, Safe to Playstation, Agritech again

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

Overhaul of .nz domain name system proposed

Overhaul of .nz domain name system proposed

Review of .nz policy rewrites guiding principles for New Zealand’s unique domain name.

AI in healthcare neglected area in New Zealand law

AI in healthcare neglected area in New Zealand law

Researcher warns of potential issues in the technology’s medical usage, while other reports raise concerns about NZ’s healthcare leadership.

The Fry Up: Agritech report, Political app, Florence and the WHO, COVID tracing

The Fry Up: Agritech report, Political app, Florence and the WHO, COVID tracing

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

New Zealand begins the long goodbye to its copper network

New Zealand begins the long goodbye to its copper network

The Copper Withdrawal Code is nearing completion, while in a separate move Spark announces pilot to end copper-based voice services.

Where open banking stands in New Zealand

Where open banking stands in New Zealand

COVID-19 may have slowed the development of open banking, but it also presents new opportunities for global alliances, says FinTechNZ.

What a trans-Tasman bubble would mean for NZ tech

What a trans-Tasman bubble would mean for NZ tech

Callaghan Innovation CEO Vic Crone on how closer ties with Australia can boost New Zealand’s local tech ecosystem.

How NZ’s Summer of Tech IT internships work

How NZ’s Summer of Tech IT internships work

An oversupply of students are keen to take on tech internships over the summer holidays.

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