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Zoe Udy elected as Deputy Chair of TUANZ Board

On 28 May 2024, Zoe Udy was unanimously elected to the role of Deputy Chair of the TUANZ Board.  Zoe grew up a digital native, further expanding her interest in technology by studying Computer Science and pursuing a career first in IT Project Management, then in Solution Architecture. Zoe is now working with a Digital […]

TUANZ welcomes new board members

The Tech Users Association of New Zealand (TUANZ) welcomed new board members at its Annual General Meeting held online last night. Congratulations to Annaliese Atina and Sid Kumar who have been appointed to the board. They join existing board members Tristan Ilich, Jenna Wooley, Zoe Udy, Caitlin Metz, Andy Edwards, Matthew Harrison, Paul Littlefair, Vaughan […]

FLINT Auckland Micro Hackathon

Join us on Wednesday 29 May as we come together for an engaging and fun-filled Micro Hackathon hosted by our FLINT Auckland team at AWS. You need no experience at using AI tools, nor do you need to be coder. We’ll be using a fun, intuitive platform called PartyRock with drag-and-drop modules What is a […]

TUANZ looks to the next Government to make a fresh commitment to improving security and safety online

Ahead of the general election in October, The Tech Users Association (TUANZ) has called on whoever makes up the next Government to commit to continuing to take the lead on improving security and safety online. An increased reliance on digital devices post-pandemic and the growing number of open platforms and interconnected systems has created more […]

TUANZ calls for the next Government to commit to addressing the increasing digital inequity in NZ

Ahead of the general election in October, The Tech Users Association (TUANZ) has called on whoever makes up the next Government to commit to addressing the increasing digital inequity in New Zealand. Leaders within TUANZ’s membership believe COVID-19 further highlighted the digital divide in New Zealand and this inequity must be addressed to prevent the […]

TUANZ calls for the next Government to commit to accelerating digital adoption and capability in SMEs

Ahead of the general election in October, The Tech Users Association (TUANZ) has called on whoever makes up the next Government to commit to maintaining the momentum in improving digital adoption and capability in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). The advancement of technology has the potential to reshape the landscape of business across New Zealand, […]

Seeking TUANZ Board Nominations 2023

One of the opportunities that members of TUANZ have is to put their name forward for election to the Board.  Being part of the Board gives you the opportunity to influence the future work of the organisation and how TUANZ impacts the direction of the digital technology landscape in Aotearoa New Zealand. We are now […]