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Successful first year for hi-tech start-ups

Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce today welcomed a successful first year for innovative start-ups receiving repayable grants from the new technology incubators funded through Callaghan Innovation.
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Technology Education – What helps secure the IT job you’re after?

It’s that time of year when those thinking about studying in 2016 are busy exploring the options available at Universities and Training Institutions around New Zealand. Trying to juggle the balance between finding something that fuels the fire in their belly, but will still pay off and help land a great job at the end … Continue reading "Technology Education – What helps secure the IT job you’re after?"
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Cloud Computing – 3 advantages beyond lower costs

Cloud computing is now a well-established business practice in NZ. In 2013, 88% of NZ organisations already accessed emails via the cloud. Many businesses understand the financial advantages of using the cloud. Large, irregular, forecasted Capex can be replaced by smooth, predictable Opex spending. Using cloud-based services to host your desktop, CRM, analytics and business … Continue reading "Cloud Computing – 3 advantages beyond lower costs"
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Chorus shapes its future workforce

Chorus is a company focused on ensuring that its future workforce has the right skills. It has teamed up with secondary schools to introduce students to the world of telecommunications and technology through its Schools Gateway Programme. “For Chorus, the benefits are an increased awareness of the great careers available in our industry. We also … Continue reading "Chorus shapes its future workforce"

JHack Auckland 2015 – High School Programming Challenge

In partnership with the Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT) and LearnToMod,  JHack will bring together over twenty High Schools and 100 students across Auckland in a series of programming challenges in a competition format.