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Social media monitoring: Yes for terrorism but clear no for marketing
A new report shows Kiwis are an altruistic bunch, happy for social media information to be monitored 'for the greater good' - but not for marketing.
Facebook: Bringing high speed internet to developing nations with lasers
Facebook is working on laser technology that will be able to deliver high speed internet through drones or satellites.
Why I changed my profile picture to a big beautiful rainbow
Social media is an easy way to jump on bandwagons and pretend you support a cause you did nothing to help.
Dunne Speaks - the demise of John Campbell
Campbell’s demise demonstrates the turmoil of traditional media as it seeks to compete with the explosion of outlets and the tsunami of social media.
Is Chinese social media hindering NZ companies?
Kiwi companies looking to tap into the Chinese market via social media may struggle to find success.
Blurred lines putting enterprise security at risk
Dell says with BYOD, social media and a 'booming' hackers market, privacy in the workplace is more important than ever before.
Convincing your CEO on the importance of ERP
“The challenge in organisations is to convince the CEO that ERP is not merely a decision for the IT department, but a strategic business decision."
What do Kiwis get up to on Facebook?
Key trends about Kiwis on Facebook: Mobile, video and dual screening
ShadowBattalion: A 'personal connection' with Anzacs
Social media and an online honour roll are being enlisted to get Kiwis making a more personal connection with our Anzacs.
Convert social data into social intelligence
Kiwi businesses are being urged to learn how use data insights gained from social media marketing to their advantage.
How Facebook helped the ban on cosmetics testing
Since announcing the ban on Facebook, SAFE's post has had more than 900,000 views since yesterday afternoon.
Social media really can get you fired
New Zealand X Factor judges Natalia Kills and Willy Moon sacked following bullying behaviour
Social media aiding terrorists
CIA: “The overall threat of terrorism is greatly amplified by today’s interconnected world."
Top 10 brands coming out of Mobile World Congress
"The smart use of digital is a great differentiator in the crowded trade show environment, especially when more consumers are paying attention."
NZ Post makes further cuts as internet and social media slowly kills it
Consumers switching to internet, email and social media for everything from paying bills to sending birthday greetings and keeping in touch
Sex, lies and social media
Social media was a big disruptor this week when two unsuspecting co-workers were caught in an after hours tryst that was swiftly broadcast to the world via social media.
Will the stars of yesterday's sex romp be fired?
The media coverage the event has brought on may bring the employer into disrepute. The rendezvous could have serious implications for the employees.
Frisky Christchurch employees caught out on social media
"Why should they lose their jobs?? Look what idiot Brown got up to. He’s still the idiot Mayor Of Auckland!?!!”
Canterbury boy asked to send naked photos to Facebook user
Canterbury Police are urging parents and children who use social media to be vigilant after they received a complaint from the mother of a 12-year-old boy on Saturday relating to threats from a Facebook user.
Facebook to issue AMBER Alerts to help find missing kids
The new initiative will deliver AMBER Alerts to people’s News Feeds in targeted search areas after a child has been abducted and the National Center has issued an alert.
Facebook still ruling the social media kingdom
Facebook remains the most popular social media platform, while other contenders have enjoyed an increase in usership.
Kiwi teacher's blog named in Global Top 12 Teacher Blogs
The place of teachers in social media is being regarded as increasingly important.
The biggest social media security threats of 2015
Bitdefender, security software solutions provider, has released its social media security threat predictions for 2015.
WhatsApp hits 700 million users
WhatsApp now has 700 million monthly active users and those users are sending 30 billion messages per day, according to Jan Koum, WhatsApp CEO.