Last February, as the world woke up to the fact it was dealing with a deadly pandemic, something else was starting to go viral - misinformation.
Normally this week would involve hundreds of thousands of tech industry workers and journalists descending on Las Vegas for the world's biggest annual trade show - CES.
‘We think we are alone in this world – the opposite is true’ – Jimi Hunt on learning to ask for help and building mental resilience
It was 2012 and Jimi Hunt, suffering from depression and anxiety, was desperate to turn his life around.
We may have avoided the public health disaster Covid-19 represented for many countries around the world, but the pandemic put a dent in business for many and reinforced the importance of being adaptable.
Some businesses struggled through the many challenges wrought by Covid-19 – and who can blame them? Here, Megaport Vice President APAC Josh Munro explains how the Australian headquartered tech company found they’d been built for a crisis like this all along – and were ready to service their clients better and faster, as a result.
The health sector wasn't prepared for a major pandemic. But it managed to mount a response to Covid-19 that has laid the groundwork for a new approach to public health.
With the New Zealand video games industry on track to become a $250 million export industry, one local games studio sees the pandemic as an opportunity to grow.
New Zealand health technology firms are well placed to win business in the largest healthcare market in the world, says a leading analyst who has closely studied the US response to Covid-19.
The Digital Council’s advice to the New Zealand Government about building an empowered digital economy, post pandemic
Yesterday, the Digital Council, the Government's digital advisory group, released its statement of recommendations post-COVID-19 recovery. I spoke to Mitchell Pham, Council Chair, just after the release, for more detail.
New Zealand’s small businesses are likely to be considering their next steps for business continuity as the nation readies itself for a month’s formal lockdown, starting 00:00 tonight.
In this episode David Howden (Head of Cloud, Umbrellar) is joined by David Downs (Task Force Lead, MBIE) and Scott Arrol (CEO, NZHIT) as they discuss resiliency and community within New Zealand businesses
Podcaster Hamish Webber interviews Umbrellar's Head of Cloud, David Howden, on how Umbrellar is adjusting to the new pandemic-responsive working landscape.
John Saywell, Retail Scientist and CEO at leading local AI company, Montage RPM Retail, comments on how retail's next opportunities are in collaboration, cloud-technology and branding
Helping government make the right decisions – Dot Loves Data’s Government Director on what’s behind their Covid-19 Response Dashboard
I asked Government Director of Dot Loves Data, Justin Lester, about their Covid-19 Response Dashboard that’s being used by ACC, MBIE and other decision makers in their agenda setting amid the disruption.
Understanding consumer behaviour is more vital than ever for business amid Covid-19 lockdown, but it’s sometimes not as predictable as one might think.