Business Intelligence / BI
Digital Transformation / DX
Tribal Group wins NZ higher education SaaS contract
"It is a significant win for Tribal being the first customer in New Zealand to adopt our Student Marketing and Recruitment, Event Management and Alumni Management Solutions as well as the Student Engage App."
NTT and Red Bull Basement encourage entrepreneurial students to 'innovate for good'
This year's program encourages the next generation of diverse thinking and innovation and is centred around finding solutions to the world's problems using technology to create positive change.
7 ways educational technology improves classroom experiences
The use of properly integrated educational technology can also lead to better student outcomes, more well-adjusted students, improved student retention, and more.
Fujitsu launches nine new enterprise PC models
The launch includes a range of tablets and enterprise PC's with the latest CPU's and OS's.
And the James Dyson Award goes to... Electric Cargo Trike
The innovators intend to solve a multitude of problems faced by New Zealand cities, the team states. This includes environmental issues, efficient package delivery and safety for couriers.
How digital document management can help training organisations boost compliance
“RTOs relying on paper documents are putting their organisation’s funding at risk."
Adobe: Gen Z don’t feel prepared for a tech-driven workforce
93% of students and 78% of teachers agree that Gen Z would be better prepared for the future if they had a good understanding of technology.
Student-built electric vehicles battle it out in Auckland
Teams of high school students are given a 300-watt electric motor kit and batteries to build their vehicles...
New Zealand student uses milk protein to 3D-imprint cells that could possibly regrow limbs
A University of Canterbury PhD student is using milk protein to 3D-imprint muscle and bone cells...
The future of innovation
Four groups of New Zealand University students have shown off their entries to the Imagine Cup.