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Useful tips for ranking well in ALGIM's web audit 

If you're one of 78 local councils in New Zealand, you might want to check out our tips for ranking well in the annual ALGIM website audit.
By Jo Lo
News

Challenges to overcome for AI-driven customer experience

Whether your goals include creating a fully digital business, improving customer experience, or cutting costs, virtual agents and automation offer many benefits.
By Jo Lo
Artificial intelligence

Google's new tool helps you ace developer interviews

Google's new online interviewing tool will help hiring managers quickly understand a candidate's software development skills.
By Jo Lo
Development

New VR glove lets you grab digital objects

Korean engineers have designed a lightweight glove that can mimic the sensations of manipulating digital objects.
By Jo Lo
Virtual reality

From pattern libraries to design systems: the benefits

A design system is built with a collection of reusable components that can be combined to build any number of applications – all this guided by clear standards.
By Jo Lo
Development

How businesses should prepare for global internet

Elon Musk's SpaceX company plans to launch nearly 12,000 low-earth-orbit (LEO) satellites in the next few years to provide broadband services across the entire planet.
By Jo Lo
Technology

AI and workplace automation

Business is undergoing a rapid transformative period as a new raft of technological advances become accessible to the masses. Read how AI and workplace automation is changing the landscape for good.
By Rowan Schaaf
Technology

The ethics of technology

If we’ve learned anything in the last 18 months, it’s that technology, much like US politics, doesn’t police itself. So how does business take a proactive approach to establishing ethical guidelines i...
By Rowan Schaaf
Technology

SimTutor releases new scenario-based planning tool

The recent enhancements for our eLearning client, SimTutor, not only makes the planning of a simulated training session a pleasure, it also speeds up the process for tutors.
By Jo Lo
News

Why Is Amazon giving employees $10,000 to quit?

This week, Amazon launched a new pay-to-quit initiative, with employees offered up to $10,000 in startup costs to join their Delivery Service Partner program.
By Rowan Schaaf
News

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