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So Who Goes To A Girl Geek Dinner, Take A Look …

Posted by Mike, August 13th, 2010
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This week’s fantastic @wellingtonggd (website) was superbly arranged by Amber Craig with attendees hearing Rochelle Furneaux (aka @kiwiseabreeze), a dispute resolver extraordinaire, talk to about why intellectual property is important and how to be a technology lawyer? Check out their photo’s at: A fun night with great speakers – it’s why we love sponsoring!

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Chuffed Again To Be Proud Sponsor Of September Girl Geek Dinner

Posted by Mike, July 26th, 2010
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We had no hesitation re-newing our sponsorship of the excellent Girl Geeks Dinner which will be held on Wednesday 11th of August at 6pm at the Lagerfield, 21 Blair Street. Book your seat (spaces are limited) at AND, if you’re looking to go but think you can’t afford it – get in touch with [...]

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Waving It At The Canterbury Software Cluster

Posted by Mike, July 20th, 2010
Filed under: Collaboration, Community, Event, Google Apps
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I am honoured to have been asked to give a talk at the annual Canterbury Software Summit, a “get-together of the top software industry representatives from Canterbury and the wider NZ community”. I understand last year there were over 150 attendees and it was a roaring success so here’s to a cracker on September 7th [...]

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Tait Radio Goes Google With WaveAdept [video]

Posted by Mike, July 8th, 2010
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Nice work George & the rest of the team, we loved the “go Google” project and the openness Google Apps is bringing [read more about our work with Tait]

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10 Tips From WaveAdept About Managing Content Ownership and Comments

Posted by Mike, July 6th, 2010
Filed under: Collaboration, Changing Face of IT, Enterprise 2.0, Community, Event, How To
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Intranets have long moved on from the “static” web pages maintained by a dedicated team of web editors and now incorporate the best of the consumer world from “social media/networking” to “online collaboration”. In a phrase they are no longer places to go and read (a la the company manual) but the place where the [...]

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