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Government encryption-busting powers should be curbed, study says

Report reveals high cost of 100Mbps in New Zealand

A comparison of broadband services by comparison site Picodi.com has found New Zealand to have some of the highest prices in the world.

Kordia offers direct connection to Google Cloud

Kordia offers direct connection to Google Cloud

Kordia is now offering New Zealand businesses direct connections to Google Cloud services via Google Partner Interconnect.

Schools failing to implement digital curriculum: NZTech

Schools failing to implement digital curriculum: NZTech

NZTech says New Zealand’s education system is not evolving fast enough to generate the talent needed to support the growing digital economy.

NCSC offers cyber security guidance to boards

NCSC offers cyber security guidance to boards

The Government’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has produced a resource for company boards to help them improve cyber-security governance.

Spark’s cloud arm CCL to sell network services business

Spark’s cloud arm CCL to sell network services business

Spark’s cloud computing and IT services subsidiary Computer Concepts Limited (CCL) will divest the operational parts of its network services division.

Police play down data breach, minister hangs on

Police play down data breach, minister hangs on

The Police have played down the impacts of Monday’s data breach that, it was claimed, exposed names, addresses, firearm licence numbers and bank details of 70,000 gun owners.

Sylo claims DApp leadership

Sylo claims DApp leadership

Auckland-based software company Sylo claims its Sylo Smart Wallet app is on track to becoming “the world's most popular DApp”

Buyback website reveals details of 37,000 gun owners

Buyback website reveals details of 37,000 gun owners

The government’s firearms buyback programme is in turmoil and police minister Stuart Nash has been called on to resign after a data breach of the buyback website.

Government urged to boost internet use by the disadvantaged

Government urged to boost internet use by the disadvantaged

A report commissioned by the Department of Internal Affairs has identified two groups — social housing residents and individuals with disabilities — that are particularly at risk from having limited internet access.

Spark launches commercial fixed 5G

Spark launches commercial fixed 5G

Spark has launched commercial 5G services with partial coverage of five South Island towns and communities: Westport, Clyde, Twizel, Tekapo and Hokitika, making New Zealand the 27th country to get commercial 5G services. At this...

NZ financial services must urgently embrace AI, report argues

NZ financial services must urgently embrace AI, report argues

The AI Forum of New Zealand has released a report on artificial intelligence for the financial and insurance sectors that calls for NZ to urgently increase its focus on AI, particularly investment, skills and talent, research, trusted...

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