Otago — A revolutionary single-blade wind turbine designed for domestic use by Dunedin’s Powerhouse Wind Limited will be developed for production and sale in partnership with Otago Polytechnic, thanks to a $368,000 grant from the Ministry of Science and Innovation’s Technology Transfer Voucher scheme.
Queenstown — New and improved functionality in the ibisNx tourism specific software is making life easier for users the length and breadth of the country.
Dunedin — Today is the first anniversary of the partnership between Aotearoa People’s Network Kaharoa (APNK) and Dunedin Public Libraries.
Queenstown — American Express Queenstown Winter Festival organisers will have same-day access to feedback from festival-goers as Angus & Associates rolls out a new research service PABLO" at this years event.
Oamaru — The Waitaki District Council needs to update its computer system to continue to maintain core services.
Dunedin — Dunedin tech start-up PocketSmith has partnered with industry leaders to improve their work-life balance services using its unique budgeting technology.
Dunedin — PocketSmith, a Dunedin based startup offering a financial planning application, will launch its public beta version next month.
Dunedin — The Green Party released its Information Technology (IT) Policy today ahead of a lecture tonight by free software legend Richard Stallman, jointly hosted by Otago University's Campus Greens branch and the computer science department.
Otago — The second annual New Zealand Computer Crime and Security Survey has revealed New Zealand organisations are ill-equipped to preserve computer forensic evidence.
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