David Clark stories
CDC opens new Auckland hypercale data centres, more planned
CDC Data Centres has opened its first two hyperscale data centres in Auckland, and unveiled plans for further expansion in Aotearoa.
Open banking set to give NZ customers a fairer deal
Open banking is being introduced in New Zealand, with the government saying it will increase competition and benefit consumers.
Digital Boost Alliance celebrates one year of digital acceleration in Aotearoa
The Digital Boost Alliance is a joint public-private initiative that supports the uptake of digital tools for small businesses, communities, and individuals.
DCI Data Centers breaks ground on AKL02 center
DCI Data Centers begins construction on Auckland's largest data center, injecting NZD$400m into the local economy.
TUANZ to address rural connectivity at 2022 symposium
TUANZ is hosting the Rural Connectivity Symposium for the first time in person since 2019, providing a forum to discuss the state of rural connectivity.
$20m boost for digital technologies announced
The government is spending an extra $20m over four years on its plan to transform the digital technologies industry.
HCL brings TechBee IT education programme to New Zealand
HCL is bringing its TechBee early career programme to NZ in an effort to help close the country's IT skill gap.
Open finance set to benefit New Zealand consumers - report
Open finance is expected to become the standard for consumers' financial welfare and empowerment, according to an Aotearoa fintech research report.
Salesforce to train 400 Kiwis with Mission Ready and TupuToa
Salesforce commits to training 400 New Zealanders in Salesforce skills to address the country's digital skills crisis.
The Consumer Data Right and what it could mean for Aotearoa's data privacy
NZ Reserve Bank slow to adopt open banking despite support for data sharing rights.
Govt to ease border restrictions for 600 skilled tech workers
New Zealand eases border restrictions for 600 skilled tech workers to support sector growth, says Digital Economy Minister.
It's time for Kiwis to define the meaning of digital identity in Aotearoa
NZ's push for digital identity gains ground as new bill passes first reading.
NZ organisations risk being left behind in Artificial Intelligence plans
New Zealand organisations are at risk of being left behind in AI adoption, with a stark divide in usage, warns report.
The who’s who of NZ’s government & public cybersecurity agencies
NZ champions cyber defence amid rising tech innovation.
AWS invests NZ$7.5 billion in Aotearoa with new data centre region in Auckland
The company estimates that, over the next 15 years, the new infrastructure region will add over $10 billion to New Zealand’s GDP.
Consumer data right could empower Kiwis to have more control over their data
Consumers are one step closer to having more control over how their data is shared, as the UK Government plans to establish a consumer data right framework.
Southern Cross NEXT submarine cable touches down at Auckland's Takapuna Beach
Auckland's Takapuna Beach is the landing point for a submarine cable that boosts New Zealand's international connectivity by almost 100%.
'High score' for New Zealand's thriving gaming sector
New Zealand's game development industry has achieved its highest ever exports, reaching $323.9 million, a 59% increase from 2019.
Expert urges NZ to begin health system’s digital upgrade
The chief executive of NZHIT says the Government should release a report that will kickstart the digital transformation of NZ’s health services.