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One complete solution – Discover how Vodafone’s Security Monitoring Service gave Waste Management a cost effective and comprehensive cybersecurity solution.
Treescape® is a huge organisation dedicated to managing trees instead of cutting them down.
Discover how the Vodafone Innovation Lab and Experience Centre became a vital tool to deliver the Family harm app.
Getting on with the job – Discover how Vodafone created an innovative Wide Area Network (WAN) to securely connect all Pāmu’s farms with its corporate offices.
Local problems, global solutions – Discover how Vodafone’s connectivity and coverage is helping Predator Free Punakaiki ensure the survival of native birdlife.
Hays Talent Solutions explains how you can improve your recruitment process via RPO Essentials.
Tony Herbert worked hard to grow his business, Omakau Auto Centre, from one location to three, but his success wasn’t without new challenges.
Some messages are more important than others. Getting the right message to the right person at the right time can mean the difference between life and death.
Vodafone created a state-of-the-art building in Christchurch that’s helping to put the city at the forefront of a workplace revolution. The purpose-built building not only provides an exciting, flexible working environment, but also a unique business incubator for local entrepreneurs.
All-terrain vehicles (ATVs), also known as quad bikes, are the workhorse of New Zealand farming. You can ride them just about anywhere – which can be a bit of a problem.
Modernising tertiary education systems and processes.
Technology helping businesses scaling for growth.
As we begin a new year, now would be a great time to declutter old tech out of your life.
Vodafone’s 5G network is helping the New Zealand Police to get a better view and make the streets safer for everyone.
As sports organisations struggle to entice fans to attend matches, could the connected stadium save the game?
Vodafone helps e.GO to radically reduce the cost and risk of electric car manufacturing.
The 5G journey begins for our partners in Italy and Germany. Check out their visit here.
The IMC IoT M2M Council view.
What happens when you build an electric car factory with 5G at the core?
Meet the 5G natives: start-ups who see super-fastmobile connectivity as business as usual.
Find out how organisations can champion the technological and cultural shifts they need to become digital innovators.
IoT is already transforming industries – is your business ready? Here are five things to consider when implementing a IoT plan.
In or recent IoT barometer 74% of adopters agreed within five years companies that aren’t using IoT will have fallen behind.
Did you know that small and medium sized businesses see a greater return on IoT than larger organisations? Phil Skipper tells us why this trend is set to continue.
Say hello to a Business perk. The best Business partnerships are the ones which reward your loyalty.
Leigh Tuuta from Discount Drainage in Christchurch kindly volunteered to put the Samsung Galaxy Note10 through its paces and let us know if it lives up to its hype.
We hear a lot about 5G and its impact on the future, but what should businesses be doing now. Erik Brennneis, CEO, Vodafone Group Enterprise, tells us more.
Who are you? What do you do? How is it different? Why do you do it? How did you start? What positive change are you creating?
There’s a scientific wonderland in Henderson, Auckland, where you can travel to space, explore volcanoes, discover natural phenomena and take part in electrifying experiments.
5G is coming but what does it really mean for businesses?
A number of stories about 5G have sprung up and are being perpetuated in the market. But do they really stack up?
Benchmark your IoT performance with our IoT Barometer 2019 Interactive Tool. Find out where you stand and what you can do to improve your position and ROI.
Is IoT playing a role in your digital transformation projects? Stefano Gastaut explores the value that its data can bring hange to organisations.
5G is about to change the world, connecting everything faster, from smart build to drones to traffic lights. Find out more in this article.
5G is a next-generation network robust and powerful enough to support the advanced applications like connected homes, driverless cars, and augmented reality.
Exploring the use of IoT within your business? Here are our top five considerations to help you get the most from any implementation.
The next generation of cyber threats are already emerging, how can embattled businesses best protect their customers, people, places and things?.
Vodafone’s research shows there’s a strong link between security and business success, which 90% of decision-makers agree they can identify. But few have truly grasped the opportunity to differentiate with security today.
You’ve probably heard all the hype surrounding 5G at the moment – and some big numbers are grabbing a lot of attention.
In part two of his 5G series, Erik Brenneis, CEO, Vodafone Global Enterprise, explains what proactive businesses are doing to prepare.
Meet Sam, the AI assistant who’s helping Youthline reach more young New Zealanders than ever before. AI helps Youthline support more Kiwi youth.
5G is opening up numerous new opportunities in industries from transport to healthcare. Vodafone is excited to be at the forefront of this journey.
The reality of flexible working has changed a lot in the last few years, as the workforce becomes more digital and expects to be empowered with the technology they're using at home.
Surfer, artist, designer, business owner, therearemany ways to introduce Marc Moore.
The four key trends that will impact businesses in 2019, according to 1,700 global business leaders.
Effective communication and collaboration can be a challenge, but with digital tools like unified communications, employees can feel motivated and empowered.
The phrase “digital workplace” is being heard more and more often these days, but what does it actually mean, and is it even relevant to small businesses that may not have an office?