Pharmacist Nai Yeat is using high definition security footage to keep him and his staff safe – and protect his stock. He shared his experience with ultra-fast broadband (UFB) with The Register's sister publication, The Download.
Technology commentator Paul Brislen is sick to death of waiting idly while his family finish their shopping. He explains why offering WiFi in apparel stores will increase foot traffic and dwell time for retailers by improving the customer experience for people accompanying shoppers.
When things go viral, such as the blue and black or white and gold dress debate, there's no rhyme or reason to it. Such is the case with the latest internet sensation: A video-turned-meme of a teen complimenting his friend's outfits by saying "Damn Daniel!" over and over. We round up the brands that jumped at the opportunity to get in on the joke.
Now, more than ever, the internet is part of every day life for New Zealanders. For retailers this represents an ever-growing challenge (or opportunity) for engagement in a bricks and mortar or omnichannel environment.
Every year, venture capitalist Mary Meeker puts a State of the Internet presentation together to show how the online world’s developments are affecting human behaviour and businesses. We trawled through the 2015 version to pick out the trends affecting retailers.