Synspective's satellite data to aid Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan in disaster mitigation
Japanese firm Synspective partners with Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan for disaster management, utilising SAR satellite data to predict and mitigate natural catastrophes.
GeoNet partners with AWS in providing valuable data globally
First in New Zealand to release its research datasets on the Registry of Open Data on Amazon Web Services (AWS), using AWS’ Open Data Sponsorship Program.
Android announces expansion to its earthquake alert system
Android expands its Earthquake Alerts System to Greece and New Zealand, providing early warning alerts to users in countries without alert systems.
Kiwis' security worries reach all-time high: What's fuelling the fear?
New Zealanders are more worried about security than they have been in the last ten years, with identity theft and bank card fraud at the top.
Statistics NZ resume data releases following delay caused by earthquakes
Stats NZ bounces back with resumed data service after quake-induced delays shook operations and displaced Wellington staff.
Govt gives telco industry props for restoration efforts following quakes
UK Gov praises telecom's swift action restoring quake-hit networks to nearly pre-disaster function, highlights dedication of field teams.
Photo gallery: Kiwi infosec industry turns out for iSANZ awards
New Zealand's information security professionals turned out in force for last week's iSANZ Awards - and we've got the photos to prove it.
Kaikoura earthquake: Telcos successfully restore broadband and IP voice services
7.5 magnitude earthquake in New Zealand causes disruption to telecommunications services, but progress being made in restoring connections.
Spark waives early termination & moving fees for quake-affected customers
Spark broadband customers who have been forced to move due to the earthquakes no longer need to deal with early termination & moving fees.
2degrees gets network back on track for earthquake affected areas
New Zealand earthquake: 2degrees announces restoration of mobile services, but techs still working on full capacity in impacted zones.
Kiwi InfoSec industry celebrate success at iSANZ Awards
New Zealand's InfoSec celebrated its successes at last night's iSANZ Awards in Wellington, with PwC, Air New Zealand and NetSafe among the winners.
NZ earthquake: Kiwi telcos join forces for Kaikoura recovery
The disaster earthquake that struck New Zealand yesterday damaged a major fibre optic cable that all three telcos are working to resolve.
New Zealand earthquake: Images and video take over social media
IN PICS: Kiwis have posted a flood of imagery to social media platforms following the severe earthquake that rattled several parts of the country.
Kiwi Twitter community unites for safety and updates after latest quake
Twitter reactions to the latest magnitude 7.5 earthquake that was felt widely across Canterbury and Wellington have been flooding the site today.
Earthquake update: Kiwis turn to Facebook for news and updates
After an earthquake hit North Canterbury, Kiwis have flocked to Facebook for live updates and to mark themselves safe.
School exams disrupted by earthquake
In an urgent update, the NZQA has advised all New Zealand Scholarship examinations have been postponed in light of this morning’s earthquakes.
Kiwi telcos assess damage following earthquake
New Zealand's telecoms networks remain operational after earthquakes off the South Island, according to Vodafone and Spark.
New centre launched to create data tech platforms and retain young NZers
They call it the ‘brain drain’, where talented young New Zealanders leave our shores to seek better prospects elsewhere - this could soon change.
Christchurch schools to benefit from $200,000 donation from SKY
Christchurch's quake-hit schools to get new turfs from SKY's generous £200k donation, boosting post-disaster recovery.
Digitally archiving important as Canterbury earthquake anniversary approaches
UoC Professor Paul Millar believes it’s never been more important to focus on preserving the record of what Canterbury went through.
High Court makes declarations on EQC flooding risk policy
The High Court in Wellington has made a number of declarations outlining how the Earthquake Commission can deal with claims stemming from loss of l.
NZ building work put in place rises 1.5% in 3rd-qtr, led by non-residential activity
New Zealand building work accelerated in the September quarter as increased activity in non-residential construction offset a decline in residentia.
Vodafone network survives Friday's quakes
Telco says network has not sustained any significant damage in the Lower North Island / Upper South Island as a result of Friday's earthquakes.
Glimmer of hope for Harvey Norman after NZ results
New Zealand has been Harvey Norman's standout performer for the first half of fiscal 2013, at least in terms of percentage increases in sales, which were up 3.6% on the same period a year ago.