My team have been using Process Street since 2016 as tool to help my company Gorilla Technology (and our associated entities such as NZ Tech Podcast) improve the consistency of the services we deliver, speed up staff on-boarding and to capture our Standard Operating Procedures (SOP). We’ve not found any other Software as a Service (SaaS) offering that comes close to the ease of use and general user satisfaction of Process Street and hence we decided to establish a partnership. I’m proud that Process Street have agreed to support NZ Tech Podcast as a sponsor. If you sign up (it’s free to get started) via our Affiliate Link will gain a lifetime discount of 10% should they wish to convert from the free plan to a paid plan. Click here to access Process Street for free and get access to future discounts. We also suggest you email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) to let us know you’ve registered so: We can confirm the discount is applied to your account (for initial users and any future users you add) You can access to Process Street tips and processes which we will be sharing in the future Thanks, Paul Spain...Read More
Google AI gets creative, $386k tweet fine, trying unlimited LTE data, expanded low cost roaming – NZ Tech Podcast 346
BMW puts meetings in the car, Google’s stunning AI imagery, Vodafone expands $5 roaming, unlimited 4G LTE data in NZ, Slingshot Power vs TrustPower vs Flick, US border control vs cloud data, Twitter user who posted Ryanair terror threat fined $386,000. Hosted by Paul Spain (@paulspain) and this week’s guests: Mike Nooney and Theo Gibson. Listen to the Podcast here: Subscribe and listen via iTunes RSS Feed You can keep current with our latest NZ Tech Podcast updates via Twitter @NZTechPodcast, the NZ Tech Podcast website or the facebook page. Published by World Podcasts and Podcasts...Read More
Ministry of the Future, British Airways grounded by tech, possible laptop ban on all US flights, Computex starts – NZ Tech Podcast 337
NZ’s digital future and the place of government, British Airways tech outage, possible laptop ban on all US flights, Computex and super thin laptops from Asus, Microsoft promotes a Surface Pro competitor and Sony offers an E-Ink based note taking tablet. This episode of NZ Tech Podcast featuring host Paul Spain (@paulspain) and guest Bill Bennett. Get the Podcast here: Subscribe and listen via iTunes RSS Feed You can keep current with our latest NZ Tech Podcast updates via Twitter @NZTechPodcast, the NZ Tech Podcast website or the facebook page. Published by World Podcasts and Podcasts...Read More
NZ Tech Podcast 326: Electric Kiwi, Uber Eats Auckland, IS Apple doing Augmented Reality in NZ and Lyft about to launch here?
Topics discussed this week include – Apple employing Wellington creative talent, tasting Uber Eats in NZ (Affiliate code to try it and get free delivery: Ubereats promo code nz), Is Lyft is launching in NZ, Snap Spectacles Review, Super Mario Run Android, Microsoft launches Bookings service, Electric Kiwi story and Dr Michelle Dickinson’s science comedy podcast. Hosted by Paul Spain (@paulspain) and this week’s guests were Luke Blincoe (CEO, Electric Kiwi) and Michelle Dickinson. Get the Podcast here: Download or Listen to Episode 326 directly Subscribe and listen via iTunes RSS Feed You can keep current with our...Read More
NZ Tech Podcast 322: Robot Taxes, GM and Lyft autonomous taxi plans, Webstock and Accessibility, Orion goes AWS
This week Rod Drury (Xero) and Lillian Grace (CEO. Figure.NZ) join Paul Spain to discuss taxing Robots, Webstock, Uber’s latest drama, Orion and Xero go Amazon Web Services (AWS), GM and Lyft autonomous car trial, Google Loon, Sonos, AirPods, home WiFi and more. We also giveaway over $3000 in prizes this week if you sign up to Paul Spain’s email newsletter at paulspain.com. Special thanks to the companies that donated prizes for our listeners this week – Spark NZ (Galaxy S7 Black Onyx), Samsung (Gear 3), Vodafone (Smart Ultra 7 – Android phone), Logitech...Read More
NZ Tech Podcast: News, Reviews, Opinions
NZ’s number one source of technology news and opinions all wrapped up into a regular audio package for your listening pleasure. Featuring opinions, insights and reviews from the top experts, commentators and tech news journalists in New Zealand. NZ Tech Podcast includes opinions from host Paul Spain and draws on the expertise of those from across the tech community – including founders, CEOs, technologists and journalists.