Today’s announcement of the new Digital Council to help government understand opportunities for New Zealand to really boost emerging technologies has been welcomed by NZTech.
28 February 2020
The importance of transparency and trust will present the biggest changes and impacts relating to digital identify for New Zealanders in 2020, Digital Identity New Zealand (DINZ) says.
28 January 2020
New Zealand tech industry leader Graeme Muller today encouraged the government to put more focus on the introduction of the digital technology curriculum for schools.
09 December 2019
Despite some wins for the tech sector in investment, the Government’s Budget has been overshadowed by the premature disclosure of Budget information. This has resulted in some unexpected learnings about how you handle weaknesses in your online platforms and how you communicate when they have been exploited.
31 May 2019
Auckland – The future of work and the impact of tech changes are complex issues, so it is fantastic to see the Productivity Commission undertaking such a detailed analysis of the potential opportunities and challenges, NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller says.
23 April 2019
New Zealand tech exporters are likely to benefit from an accelerating market in Japan following this coming week’s economic and trade trip lead by Prime Minister Bill English, NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller says.
14 May 2017
11 December 2016
At the December 2016 meeting between the leading tech sector representative groups; NZTech, NZRise, ITP and the team from the Department of Internal Affairs GCIO office, the focus was on how to make 2017 a year with a more purposeful interaction. The tech bodies have been meeting with GCIO regularly for the last two years, … Continue reading "Tech Sector and GCIO Team commit to work together for a better NZ"
NZTech has joined industry associations from around the world to urge Trade Ministers gathering in France for the next Trade in Services (TiSA) Ministerial, to advance a digital trade agenda.
06 June 2016
This NZTech briefing paper provides insights from the recent NZTech Advance Government Technology Summit in Wellington, including key observations from the Leaders Forum discussions involving senior executives and chief information officers from a broad cross section of government agencies and the tech sector.
11 April 2016