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NZTech Update – Digital leaders, automation and public services

Hi Readers, This morning I had coffee with Colin MacDonald the GCIO and CEO of the Department of Internal Affairs. We met to discuss the role of the GCIO office in Government and ways to continue to improve the interaction between Government agencies and tech firms that help the Government acquire technology to deliver better … Continue reading "NZTech Update – Digital leaders, automation and public services"
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NZTech Update – Canterbury tech, AV’s, AI and more!

Hi Readers Last week, I enjoyed a brisk South Island day in Christchurch catching up with the local Canterbury Tech team about Techweek and the upcoming Canterbury Tech Summit. The summit has a stellar line up of local and international speakers delving into strategy and leadership, AI, Bitcoin and tech exports. It’s definitely worth the … Continue reading "NZTech Update – Canterbury tech, AV’s, AI and more!"
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NZTech Update – Inspiring the next generation

Hi Readers Earlier this year NZTech’s Techweek team did an amazing job creating a platform bringing together 287 independent tech and innovation events across 24 towns and cities, reaching tens of thousands of people. Techweek is used to inspire the next generation into being innovative with technology, build tech capability of our SME’s, develop capability … Continue reading "NZTech Update – Inspiring the next generation"
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NZTech UPDATE – Diversity, political debate and our digital future

Kia Ora Readers In recent months, I have become very conscious of the gendered language I use, in particular, ‘hey guys’ or ‘thanks guys, great meeting’. My six year old daughter constantly mirrors this language and every time I hear her say ‘hey guys’ it gives me that fingernails down the blackboard feeling! The word ‘guys’ … Continue reading "NZTech UPDATE – Diversity, political debate and our digital future"