Vector's PRISMED project receives inaugural Commerce Commission innovation grant
Vector's PRISMED project awarded inaugural Commerce Commission innovation grant, aimed at utilising smart meter data.
Businesses challenged by supply chain cybersecurity threats
97% of UK firms face ongoing supply chain cyber threats, enduring negative impacts in the past year, reveals BlueVoyant.
Threat landscape in NZ's energy sector in the spotlight
Claroty and Vector Technology Solutions have hosted roundtable discussions on cybersecurity in New Zealand's critical infrastructure sector.
DataStax announces availability of vector search on Astra DB
The company announces the general availability of Astra DB with vector search capabilities on all major clouds and on-premises.
Claroty and Vector Technology Solutions enter partnership
Vector Technology Solutions (VTS) partners with Claroty to offer cybersecurity products and services in New Zealand and ANZ region.
Can the Internet of Things (IoT) make your business smarter?
Spark believes that IoT is all about empowering businesses to use data for better decision-making, and better efficiency.
AWS and Vector continue development of New Energy Platform
Vector partners with Amazon Web Services to develop the New Energy Platform, an analytics solution for the energy industry. #IoT #energy.
ComCom releases draft guidance for unbundled fibre
NZ CommCom propounds fibre access rules to spark rivalry & innovation.
Kiwi Smart City projects win big in IDC Awards
New Zealand initiatives won three categories in the IDC Smart City APAC Awards – Civic Engagement, Education, and Sustainable Infrastructure.
Vector penalised $3.5 million for excessive levels of power outages
Auckland's Vector Limited has been fined $3.575m for excessive power outages, breaching network quality standards.
NZ urgently needs to get the Privacy Bill right for everyone's sake, says InternetNZ
New Zealand needs to update its privacy laws to protect citizens from increasing data breaches, says InternetNZ. #PrivacyBill #DataProtection.
Vector the AI-powered home robot to land in NZ from October
Introducing Vector: Anki's new in-home assistant that brings personality and utility to the world of consumer robotics.
Vector to take Stuff to High Court; media agency refuses to hand over confidential breach data
Vector may take legal action against Stuff over refusal to secure, return or destroy customer data leaked in a data breach.
Vector's Outage app hit by data breach last month - personal info stolen
The breach happened on April 26, 2018. On April 27 the company posted a FAQ section that detailed an API vulnerability in its Outage app.
AI takes control of Auckland’s power grid, that’s not scary at all
The mDERMS programme uses the latest technology to better monitor, analyse, and control Auckland’s energy network...
Internet of Energy: Vector uses AI to democratise energy for Aucklanders
Vector partners with mPrest to develop an AI system to manage Auckland's electricity network and meet the city's evolving energy needs.
Vector plans on turning EVs into mobile power sources
Vector aims to turn electric vehicles into mobile power sources as it seeks to drive innovation in the EV sector.
Vector's new EV charging app wants to ease 'range anxiety' for Kiwi drivers
Vector is making efforts to put 'range anxiety' to rest for electric vehicle (EV) drivers across the country, with the launch of its EV charging app.
Kiwi companies aren't prepared for DDoS attacks
Most Kiwi firms are exposed to crippling DDoS attacks, with over 70% targeted last year and half suffering data theft, reports reveal.
Vector Comms brings Amazon Web Services to Kiwi businesses
In order to make private connectivity easier for Kiwi businesses, Vector Communications is giving New Zealand companies the chance to trial AWS.
Vector to enable more schools to connect to Govt's managed network
The Government has entered into a new agreement with Vector to enable more schools to access the N4L Managed Network, it was announced today.
MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares rise as Fonterra Fund rebounds from low
NZ stocks rally, led by Fonterra Fund's bounce from record trough; Hallenstein shines with 40% profit surge.
Vector chair Stiassny calls for regulatory change to incentivise electricity innovation
Michael Stiassny, chairman of Auckland lines company Vector, says current regulation doesn't incentivise the electricity sector to foster new technolo.
Vector 1H profit falls 17% on regulatory impost, mark-to-market losses, borrowing costs
Vector's 1H profit dips 17% amid regulation, market volatility, and rising debt costs, despite a 4.4% sales increase.