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Only one in four Kiwis trust organisations to protect personal data
“Trust is absolutely critical for organisations to succeed in this digital world."
Microsoft says NZ reasonably cyber secure, but don't get complacent
Cryptocurrency malware is alive and well across the globe – but although New Zealand is one of the countries least at risk of cyber threats, nobody should become complacent.
AI to double the rate of innovation in NZ by 2021
"Economies and businesses that have yet to embark on their AI journey run a real risk of missing out on the competitive benefits that are enjoyed by leaders.”
Retail industry delaying digital transformation out of security concerns – Microsoft
While significant losses can result from cyberattacks, the benefits of digital transformation far outweigh the risks, according to Microsoft New Zealand.
Microsoft demonstrates the real-life applications of AI in NZ
"The tool is a fantastic example of how AI is being used for good – in this case, delivering large-scale, grassroots solutions to our growing litter problem in New Zealand."
New Zealand tops list of most-scammed countries - Microsoft
Around a fifth (21%) of New Zealanders who had encountered tech support scams were fooled into continuing with an interaction.
SMBs cling to older PCs and hefty repair bills
If your work PCs and devices are more than four years old, you might be spending more money on maintenance than you would spend on buying an entirely new device fleet.
Microsoft recognises Kiwi company as world leader
Information Leadership has been announced as the only NZ company as a Charter Member of Microsoft’s Content Services Partner Program for FY19.
Entry deadline extended for the 2018 iSANZ Awards
New Zealand’s talented security businesses and individuals now have extra time up their sleeves to enter this year’s iSANZ awards.
Fear of cyber risk is stunting growth in NZ businesses
43% of New Zealand respondents say they have put off digital transformation because they are worried about cyber risks.
EXCLUSIVE: Microsoft CTO talks securing data in the cloud era
Organisations should treat identity management and protection as one of the core elements of a “modern” approach to security.
Intelligent cloud, Azure Stack, compliance - Highlights from the Auckland Azure Summit
The event featured a variety of speakers, from Microsoft heavyweights Vijay Tewari and Russell Craig, to Azure customers like BNZ, and Pageproof.
3 key takeaways from Microsoft’s Digital Transformation Roundtable
Opportunity, practicality and responsibility were discussed at the Digital Transformation Roundtable held at Microsoft’s HQ.
Digital transformation to bring $9.6b to NZ GDP by 2021 - study
A Microsoft and IDC study predicts that 55% of New Zealand’s GDP will be derived from digital products or services by 2021.
NZ's agritech sector is tech-savvy, but not looking to the future
New Zealand’s agritech sector is aware of what’s going on in the technology space, but are struggling to keep up with the pace of change.
Competition heats up for iSanz Kiwi security awards
A wider tranche of Kiwi organisations, including the technology channel, are vying for finalist status in this year's iSanz security awards.
Microsoft NZ targets local government with Office 365
Microsoft New Zealand has provided details on how Office 365 provides security and privacy protections for government organisations.
Microsoft addresses NZ Government questions on cloud security
Microsoft has laid bare the security and data privacy of its Azure cloud platform in response to a due diligence framework from the NZ Government.
What Kiwi enterprises will look like in 2040 according to Microsoft
Microsoft NZ's Russell Craig offers his insight into what Kiwi businesses will look like in 2040.
Microsoft NZ warns Kiwis following rise in cold calling scammers
"To be absolutely clear, we do not receive reports of infected computers and then call people at home."