You’re invited: Summer of Tech launch events in May

If you’re looking to grow your IT team, seeking programmers, digital designers, analysts, electronics & software engineers, web/mobile developers or digital marketers then please come along to a Summer of Tech launch event in May.
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Assessing your next NZ cloud provider – a 13 point checklist

The tech industry is New Zealand’s third largest export earner, and the fastest growing sector. New Zealand’s hosting and infrastructure services alone were worth $767m in 2013. As cloud migration escalates, it is vital that companies first understand their specific requirements. Decide which metrics are key for your organisation.
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Kiwis sweep top robotics awards

The Kiwis have cleaned up at the Vex Robotics World Championship, winning three of its top titles.
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Auckland tech sector innovation driving IT job growth

With tech successes like Xero, Trade Me and Datacom coming out the capital, Wellington has recently been dubbed the High Tech Capital of New Zealand. But Wellington’s biggest rival in all things professional, musical, sporting, tech and otherwise – Auckland – is carving a niche for itself as a Pacific IT innovation hub.
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Does your business have a mathematical challenge to solve?

Kiwi innovation Network works to support the commercialisation of science and technology from NZ Universities and Crown Research Institutes. There is one initiative coming up called the Mathematics for Industry NZ (MINZ) being held in June where NZ’s leading academic mathematicians work together to solve challenges set by the business community.
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Planit announces Partnership with Archer Growth

Planit Software Testing Group (“Planit”) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a partnership with leading mid-market Private Equity firm Archer Growth to provide growth capital to expand the business into new geographies and service areas.
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Weekend hackathon gives local charities much needed IT help

More than 40 volunteers spent the sunny Wellington weekend holed up in a central city office working on IT projects for four lucky charities. The so-called “hackathon”, is the third run by Charity-IT. Under the leadership of two of the Charity IT founders, Mel Bourke and Fairfax Westpac Woman of Influence award winner Althea Carbon; … Continue reading "Weekend hackathon gives local charities much needed IT help"