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Bay of Plenty Regional Council wins 2019 ALGIM Supreme Website award

Bay of Plenty Regional Council takes number 1 spot in this year’s ALGIM audit and wins the Supreme Website award.    
By Jo Lo

Ransomeware makes comeback in NZ and abroad

There has been an increase of ransomware attacks across the board, according to recent reports by CERT NZ and McAfee Labs.
By Jo Lo

NZ law firm introduces AI-powered contracts

New AI-powered tool provides law firms with significant time savings, speeds up legal work and frees lawyers to focus on higher value business needs.
By Jo Lo

Facebook to launch local government emergency alerts in US

Local governments in the US will be able to send emergency alerts through Facebook by the end of 2019.
By Jo Lo

Latest SimTutor feature adds 360 degree richness to online learning

Pattern’s eLearning client, SimTutor, has released new functionality that supports 360-degree media.    
By Jamil Geor

Rebuilding Slack's desktop app from the ground up

While Slack's desktop app wasn't 'broken' in any way, its codebase was running into increasing issues that warranted a full reboot.
By Jo Lo

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

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

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

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

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

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

Pattern establishes presence in the Bay

Pattern has established a presence in the Bay of Plenty with senior software consultant Paul Joiner moving to Tauranga.
By Jo Lo

SIMTICS' UX redesign provides seamless eLearning experience

Pattern overhauls SIMTICS' app design to vastly improve and modernise its user experience.
By Jamil Geor

Pattern wins Bay of Plenty Regional Council web development project

Pattern has recently won the pitch to design and build Bay of Plenty Regional Council’s website.
By Rowan Schaaf