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IBM’s MD steps down from NZTech board, Unitec and Oracle step in

IBM’s MD steps down from NZTech board, Unitec and Oracle step in IBM’s managing director Rob Lee ha steeped down from NZTech board, it was revealed today.Taking up the vacant seats on the board are Oracle New Zealand account executive Eva Sherwood and general manager for Unitec’s industry workforce development Tom Chignell.

Hands-on review: B&O Beoplay A1 portable speaker

Hands-on review: B&O Beoplay A1 portable speaker Bang & Olufsen (B&O) strikes me as being one of those premium Danish brands.The Beoplay A1 portable speaker fits right into that sweeping statement, and boy does it have the sound quality to match.

Grumpy tech guy: Google marketing

Grumpy tech guy: Google marketing The culprits this time are Google; they’ve removed the Google Cast name, swapping it back to the original Chromecast one they started with.And, If confusing lots of people wasn’t already enough, Google’s marketing team got their crayola’s out again and renamed the Google Cast app into the Google Home app.

Last-minute online Xmas shopping poses security risks

Last-minute online Xmas shopping poses security risks The recent Centrify 2016 Online Shopping Survey reveals that one in eight respondents would accept discounts and special offers from retailers in exchange for their passwords.Niall King, Centrify senior director APAC Sales, says the recent Centrify Online Shopping survey showed many consumers still make basic security mistakes.

Hands-on review: Trend Micro security packages - more than just anti-virus

Hands-on review: Trend Micro security packages - more than just anti-virus This review is in reality part three of an ongoing journey through the world of Trend.There is even an Antivirus for Mac version, which offers some of the features of the Windows packages.

Hands-on review: Viewsonic XG2703-GS - the whole package

Hands-on review: Viewsonic XG2703-GS - the whole package The Viewsonic XG2703-GS is an excellent 1440p high-performance gaming monitor, and uses NVIDIA’s G-Sync technology.The problem with such a high refresh rate is that you often won’t notice a large difference unless the game you’re playing is actually capable of running at an equal or high FPS (Frames Per Seconds) than the refresh rate.

HP’s sleek new line-up to shake up the PC gaming market

HP’s sleek new line-up to shake up the PC gaming market That changed in October this year when HP announced a dedicated range of desktop and laptop computers just for gamers.They call the new range OMEN by HP.

National Standards in schools: New survey finds out what educators really think

National Standards in schools: New survey finds out what educators really think The report National Standards in their seventh year, found that National Standards were an integral part of school decision-making, used to set goals for student achievement and for teaching and learning.However, less than a quarter (23%) thought National Standards provided a valuable picture of student learning.

Hands-on review: MYNT smart tracker - never lose anything again

Hands-on review: MYNT smart tracker - never lose anything again The most well known device is the Tile, a slim sticker that you can attach to your device, and they’re bloody useful.But with the MYNT, it’s like Apple’s engineers had a creative session and played with a room full of technology.

Hands-on review: Acronis True Image - balancing act of usability & power

Hands-on review: Acronis True Image - balancing act of usability & power The True Image app can create a full disk image copy – making it ideal for disaster protection.All things told, Acronis have managed to pull off that delicate balancing act between simplicity, usability and power extremely well.

3 Dunedin-born startups take home $60,000 worth of GigStart funding

3 Dunedin-born startups take home $60,000 worth of GigStart funding The winning projects were CoDrivr, Swiftlet and Codelingo – all taking home $20,000 each.There were 23 applications for the GigStart Fund in the fourth and final rounds.

Kiwis love the internet but there's work to be done on our digital divide, says InternetNZ

Kiwis love the internet but there's work to be done on our digital divide, says InternetNZ AUT University has released a new report detailing eight years' worth of internet trends in New Zealand, and InternetNZ says that while internet usage is growing, there is still a digital divide.In 2007, only 21% of over-65s believed the internet was important for information, while 2015 numbers came in at 60%.

Yahoo's 1bn user data breach: Everything you should know

Yahoo's 1bn user data breach: Everything you should know The company says it is ‘likely distinct’ from the data breach in September, and believes an unauthorised third party stole data associated with more than one billion user accounts in August.However, Lord explains that the stolen information did not include passwords in clear text, payment card data, or bank account information.

Fuji Xerox offers free paper in exclusive online deal

Fuji Xerox offers free paper in exclusive online deal With the launch of Fuji Xerox’s new Smart Multifunction Printers, it is clear that we have entered a new era of printing.In addition to saving time and resources, you have the assurance of knowing that you have Fuji Xerox innovation and benchmark reliability at your fingertips to get the job done.

Tips this holidays to protect kids from cyberbullying

Tips this holidays to protect kids from cyberbullying The online world holds the same joys and pitfalls as a child’s offline interactions.To help parents deal with online bullying effectively, Facebook recently released a new Safety Center, which includes a Bullying Prevention Hub and Parent’s Portal.

Hands-on review: 4K gaming with the Sony PS4 Pro nsole

Hands-on review: 4K gaming with the Sony PS4 Pro nsole Sony this year has released the PS4 Pro console out on the market.With technology advancing at a fast rate, Sony had to keep up and decided to release the PS4 Pro.

Buy a printer from Fuji Xerox and get $500 in return

Buy a printer from Fuji Xerox and get $500 in return With the launch of Fuji Xerox’s new Smart Multifunction Printers, it is clear that we have entered a new era of printing.In addition to saving time and resources, you have the assurance of knowing that you have Fuji Xerox innovation and benchmark reliability at your fingertips to get the job done.

2016: What a year it has been

2016: What a year it has been What a year 2016 has been.We covered all of this and more this year on NetGuide.

Not so Final Fantasy: Final Fantasy XV

Not so Final Fantasy: Final Fantasy XV The revered JRPG series finally gets its log-awaited fifteenth instalment, Final Fantasy XV.Visually, I found Final Fantasy XV not quite up to scratch on PS4.

Hands-on review: STM Dux Hardshell case range

Hands-on review: STM Dux Hardshell case range We took their STM Dux hardshell case for a spin.They have a huge range of Dux cases for iPhone, iPad Mini, iPad, iPad Pro, MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and Microsoft Surface 3 and the Pro 3.