Lack of IT skills adds to dismal productivity
As productivity flatlines, we need to help Kiwi businesses stay competitive in a global world, writes management consultant Rohan MacMahon.
Judge gets Facebook 101 at StuffMe hearing
Justice Robert Dobson and his self-confessed “Luddite ways” was shown how news can be shared via social media during day one of Stuff and NZME’s appeal against the Commerce Commission’s rejection of their planned merger. The...
Google spikes decade-old ‘free story’ policy
Google is ending a policy that required publishers to provide at least three free stories to Google users a day.
The man keeping Microsoft relevant
“The company was sick. Employees were tired. They were frustrated. They were fed up with losing and falling behind despite their grand plans and great ideas.”
Green offices need government nudge
The builders of energy efficient office blocks need to take a leap of faith that their green efforts will pay off - which is why government intervention is needed.
Could you keep your cool during a quake?
A new virtual reality simulation measures how well people may respond during an earthquake emergency.
Genesis fast-tracks its technological evolution
Genesis CEO Marc English discusses the power company’s transition into a forward-thinking technological enterprise.
China’s new internet crackdown
Beijing’s bid to wipe out VPNs that evade its firewall is causing disruption for businesses and students.