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  • Blog Post: Protecting student privacy

    “No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with [his or her] privacy.” - The Universal Declaration of Human Rights , United Nations, 1948 New Zealand’s schools work hard to earn the trust of their communities. As part of the important work they do, schools need to collect...
  • Blog Post: Making Data Human at TechEd NZ 2012

    Last week we were delighted to join more than 2,000 technology professionals at TechEd New Zealand 2012. A strong theme of this year’s keynote was the use of technology to make data human: Useful, exciting, beautiful, and even fun! It may not be the first thing that comes to mind when looking...
  • Blog Post: Innovate with Cloud Computing

    Businesses use technology to improve productivity. They need it to speed up innovation, and help with the basic needs to save money and get more done. Internet-based subscriptions make cloud computing a cheaper way for businesses to get computer technology working for them. Capital expenditure and...
  • Blog Post: Congratulations to Team Mobile Eye

    The Microsoft Imagine Cup is a competition that encourages students to solve the world's toughest problems. Visual impairment is one of those, and Team Mobile Eye from AUT took on the challenge. Their winning solution is a mobile app to assist people with visual impairment to “see” the...
  • Blog Post: Using the Cloud for Good

    Cloud computing is not just being adopted by the business community in New Zealand but has also made a significant impact in not-for-profit organizations (NFP) across the country. Attendees of the Connecting Communities conference in Christchurch on 29 February 2012 learnt of several NFPs who have used...
  • Blog Post: New skills and technology for small businesses

    People who work hard on running New Zealand's 400,000 small and medium enterprises are accustomed to constant change, and this is something they share with those who work in the technology sector. Bill Gates once said, “We always overestimate the change that will occur in the next two years, and...
  • Blog Post: Drawing inspiration from the Rutherford Innovation Showcase

    The Rutherford Innovation Showcase is a collaboration and business development opportunity for technology companies to engage with potential partners, investors and customers. The event has been organised by NZICT Group in partnership with New Zealand Trade and Enterprise, Ministry of Science and Innovation...
  • Blog Post: Sharing Knowledge at TechEd 2011 in Auckland

    This week we were thrilled to host 2,000 Kiwi professionals who work with cutting edge technology to attend three days of deep technical training at the Microsoft TechEd 2011 conference in Auckland. Since we started running the event 1996, our goal has been to work with a community of experts to offer...
  • Blog Post: Celebrating Kiwi excellence on the World Stage

    It’s an exciting month here at Microsoft as we hold our annual Worldwide Partner Conference which celebrates the businesses who use technology to transform the way our customers work. This year stood out for showing Kiwi innovation to the world. Our success depends on the 3,500 business partners...
  • Blog Post: Building a wealthier nation through innovation

    Microsoft is passionate about the success of New Zealand businesses on the world stage. From Windows, to Xbox, to the cloud, many Kiwi innovators build on Microsoft technology. When these innovators succeed, we succeed . We do our best to help, with inspiration , expertise , offshore scale , and special...
  • Blog Post: OneBuzz Wins NZ Imagine Cup 2011

    Yesterday's Imagine Cup final held at the University of Auckland Business School proves the passion and enthusiasm that tertiary students acrosss the country have to solve the world's toughest problems with technology. Not only did they have inspired ideas, but many teams had already brought them to...
  • Blog Post: Finalists announced for NZ’s 2011 Imagine Cup

    Microsoft’s Imagine Cup asks students to take on the challenge to develop technology to make a difference in the world. In the process we hope they’ll have an experience that will inspire them to think broadly about the future. This year nearly 300 teams of Kiwi tertiary students took...
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