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Research: Pandemic no match for resilient internet infrastructure
Despite fears that the increase in traffic could overwhelm the global internet infrastructure, new research shows it has been absolutely consistent.
Nutanix research: Aussies not keen to return to the office
According to the research, Australia’s success with working from home has meant that just 1% of workers plan to return to the office in 2021.
Research: Aussie retail will never be the same
While 72% of Australian respondents prefer to shop in-store, more than any other country surveyed, 33% say they will now shop online more often.
Microsoft: Kiwis find innovation easier post-pandemic
According to newly published survey results, 85% found innovation to be hard before COVID-19, while now just 40% express the same sentiment.
Futuresource: COVID-19 - Innovative retailers reaping rewards
Opportunity beckons to upgrade supply chain processes, transform the consumer experience and build customer loyalty across the omni-channel landscape.
Frost & Sullivan: Nine growth opportunities out of COVID-19
As the industry has been reshaped by the global pandemic, a new report outlines how to stay ahead in the digitally-driven future.
IDC: Pandemic drives Kiwi PC market up 40%
The NZ PC market for 2Q20 saw shipments of commercial and consumer PC devices grow by 61.5% YoY and 13% YoY respectively.
Motorola updates tech for resource industry safety
Launches video and voice features to help resources companies adhere to face mask and social distancing rules.
Survey: How the pandemic is shaking up the network market
Network as a service adoption to accelerate by 38% within two years as businesses adapt, with APAC in the lead, according to a survey by Aruba.
How Kiwi FinTech is helping keep NZ’s economy on track
Three Kiwi company founders explain how they are helping the post-COVID economic recovery with a mix of innovation and heart.
NZ enterprise ICT spending to drop 6.3%, says GlobalData
Almost all products/solutions categories are expected to witness reduced demand in 2020, as compared to the high growth projections before the outbreak.
Orgs to take to the cloud post-pandemic, study shows
87% of enterprises will accelerate their cloud migration in a post-COVID-19 world reveals a study by LogicMonitor.
Natural disasters, card fraud Kiwis’ top security concerns
A study by Unisys reveals the security concerns of Kiwi consumers in the world of COVID-19.
IDC names top Digital Workplace Services vendors
A new MarketScape report from IDC names the Leaders and Major Players in the market that is seeing forced growth in the time of COVID-19.
Research: The convergence of medtech and wearables
IDTechEx has released research that looks at the growth of the wearables market and the growing innovation in health and medical technologies.
Research: Tech execs’ priorities in the ‘new normal’
AppDynamics’ new research reveals 95% of organisations have changed their technology priorities because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Seagate opens patents to help fight COVID-19
The company’s data storage innovations are now available as part of the Open COVID Pledge and ongoing efforts to combat COVID-19 around the world.
Hitachi Vantara expands digital manufacturing portfolio
Includes new manufacturing practice and expanded portfolio of digital manufacturing solutions, services and consulting services.
CompTIA: Tech firms expecting return to normalcy in three months following COVID-19 crisis
Almost two-thirds of CompTIA member company executives surveyed believe that business may start to get back on track by August.
Kiwi businesses scramble to adopt automated tracking technology
New Zealand businesses are scrambling to adopt automated tracking technology as alert level restrictions due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis ease and people move around more freely.
NZTech: Govt Budget 2020 important for NZ’s tech ecosystem
The ongoing COVID-19 crisis appears to have 'dramatically lifted' the Government's understanding of how critical technology is for New Zealand, says NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller.
D-Link brings thermal scan/facial recognition camera to A/NZ
The device can scan a large crowd and automatically raise an alert if a person with an elevated temperature is found.
Isolation and mental health lead concerns about employees during COVID-19
"This is a reassuring indication that the value of people is being recognised and their health given the highest priority."
Vodafone NZ opens stores, offices under alert level 2, with restrictions
“Although we can celebrate low numbers of Coronavirus throughout Aotearoa at the moment, we are acutely aware that it only takes one case to put many at risk."