With the digital revolution upon us changing the way we work, live and play, the employment outlook for digital professionals is bright. The 2017 Digital Remuneration Report breaks down the incomes of different roles within the industry in Aotearoa, as well as how we fare against our Australian counterparts.
Idealog’s just-released Technology Issue – 'Reality Check' examined some of the ways new technologies are improving us, amazing us, entertaining us and, in some cases, harming us. Now, thanks to the support of our friends at Springload, an independent, award-winning digital creative agency, we’re dedicating the month of August to a continuation of those discussions online. We’ll also be conducting a bunch of tech-related experiments, showcasing the best of this booming sector and sharing a bunch of wise words from local tech luminaries. So get ready to fill your internet-connected hover boots.
The head of the country’s umbrella tech organisation says it’s boom time for both its organisation and the industry in New Zealand. NZTech now has more than 400 tech companies on board from across the country and has expanded its board, but what else is needed to grow the industry? The government’s recent investment into digital education is a start, says Vend founder and OMGTech! co-founder Vaughan Rowsell.
Off the back of a wildly successful campaign to recruit foreign talent to Wellington’s tech sector, the tech employee shortage in New Zealand has been making headlines worldwide. But the problem can't be solved by just immigration alone.
Key takeaways from this year's Deloitte Fast 50: services and social media are helping lead the way and dispelling myths of low productivity, while Aotearoa companies are now helping the nation punch above its weight in the entire Asia-Pacific region.
Hitting their Kickstarter crowdfunding goal of $50,000 in just eight days, MeMINI is an innovative camera unlike anything else on the market. It’s as close as ever to hitting the shelves, and Sam Lee, the entrepreneur behind the projects, gave Idealog a run down on how things are going, and the lessons he’s learnt.
Technology has evolved the way we see and interact with the world, and it’s an especially prominent experience for content creators. With that in mind, Samsung teamed up with web-video site Vimeo to produce a series of videos that explores the ideas and infinite meanings of connection.
You may be one of the vast majority who’s never heard of it, or have and not used it, but make no mistake in dismissing this app straight off the bat. It’s got potential, but the way it’s being used makes its relevance a little bit off-centre.