Digital Maori Forum on the $30m Maori ICT Fund: Legacy of a Dying Party
Maori Affairs Minister Dr Pita Sharples announced the next stage in the creation of a Maori ICT Development Fund as he exits politics. The $30 million was set aside to establish a Fund to support Maori economic development and Maori language and culture through ICT. I find it hard to fathom how ...Continue Reading...
Amazing opportunity for Rangatahi wanting to work with Vodafone
Tena Koutou, please share! We have a real drive this year to increase the number of Maori Grads within Vodafone. Mauri ora! Our Graduate Programme has been running since 2012 and has historically been focussed on our Technology division. This year, we are excited to announce that we have 30 ...Continue Reading...
Maori IT leaders meet in Tamaki Makaurau, Weds 9th July @ Skycity
The Maori IT Meetup, NetHui 2014 Wednesday 9th July 2014 Skycity Convention Centre, Auckland Tena koe e te tuakana, Tena koutou katoa The Meet IT Meetup is an annual gathering of Maori leaders, whanau, workers, practitioners, entrepreneurs and business owners interested in learning, sharing and ...Continue Reading...
Scammers now target te reo Maori speakers
Tena koutou, karanga ra karanaga ra! We have just received an email letting us know that Scammers are now sending out their kino messages in te reo Maori: Here’s what was received: Mai i Mrs.Elizabeth Kenneth. aroha e koe, Ki te whakaute me te tika katoa tangata, i pehia ana e ahau ki te ...Continue Reading...
Facebook down #hastheworldended?
In a single word, no, but for millions of users across the globe the great blackout of 19/6 will go down in infamy. Ok not likely, but a Twitterstorm erupted on Thursday night when users were confronted with this very strange sight: Reports suggest that most of the globe has been denied access ...Continue Reading...
NZ leaders in IT to attend NetHui 2014
NetHui 2014 continues to come together as more announcements can be made about the programme. This year’s major panel will be made up of some of Oceania’s brightest minds discussing the future of the Internet in keeping with this year’s theme of the Next 25 Years of the Internet. APNIC’s Chief ...Continue Reading...
Invitation to meet Big Data Futures Forum in Rotorua, Weds 11 June
Kia ora e te whanau, Re: Big Data Futures Forum to visit Rotorua, Weds 11 June at Te Puni Kokiri Office Are you interested in Data, or have heard about the changing world in relation to Big Data? With more information being gathered and shared, what does Data mean to your whanau, hapu, roopu, ...Continue Reading...
Maori Database Workshop, Rotorua 28-29 June
DATA MAKES THESE COMPANIES VERY RICH!! FACEBOOK -$30 billion TWITTER – $15 billion TRADE ME $78.6 million YOU-TUBE $45.7 billion GOOGLE -$200 billion APPLE – $200 billion WHAT SORT OF DATA? – YOUR DATA!! Names ; addresses; emails; mobiles; gender; birthdays; Your ...Continue Reading...
Reo Maori Tweets encouraged during Te Wiki o te Reo Maori 2014 @reomaori #tekupu
Morena tatou Koinei etahi o nga korero e pa ana ki te reo o Hamoa e rererere haere ana i te ao Tihau. Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Maori plans to maximise our Maori language presence on twitter @reomaori and #tekupu during Te Wiki o te Reo M?ori – this is a friendly reminder. With your help #tekupu ...Continue Reading...
NetHui 2014 registrations open
New Zealand’s favourite Internet event has now opened its doors for registration. NetHui 2014 will be held at Sky City in Auckland from July 9-11 and as with previous NetHuis, it’s expected that tickets will sell out fast. The annual event, hosted by InternetNZ, brings together New Zealand’s ...Continue Reading...
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