How critical is the performance of your organisation’s network to the success of your business? Vector Communications shares insights on what organisations should consider to get the best performance out of their network.
Analytics now an intrinsic part of policy making, the deputy prime minister said at the SUNZ (SAS Users New Zealand) conference
Lois van Waardenberg is a classical pianist, has degrees in law and information science, established a professional services startup, and has held several business and consulting roles. She mines this multifaceted background as head of business technology and information services at Z Energy.
Technology leaders talk about balancing infrastructure, operations and people requirements in an increasingly competitive and digital environment.
David Kennedy of Orion Health discusses why a co-joined CIO/CISO portfolio is an imperative for a global company dealing with sensitive information.
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- Doing business with Stuart Alexander of Origin
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- You want to get on a corporate board, but is your CV ‘board-able'?
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- IT Leadership: Signs You're a Micromanager (And How to Stop)
- David Kennedy of Orion Health: CISO to CIO
- How the network affects business performance
- Switched on CIO: Simon Clarke of Trustpower
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- CIOs Share Lessons Learned From the Journey to the Cloud
- Speed of technological change is top worry of New Zealand CEOs: PwC
- The top 5 behaviours leaders need to avoid
- Hacking for good
- CIO Upfront: Independent Assurance on ICT projects: A legal perspective
- Tait commissions new radio system for Indonesian oil and gas company
- 8 Ways to Create a Successful Multichannel Customer Experience
- On-Demand Economy: Creating Entrepreneurship or Exploitation?
- Doing business with Roly Smoldon of Ricoh New Zealand
- Wearables Evolving to Combine Fashion and Function
- Marketing Technology Is Big (Really Big) Business
- 7 Things You Should Never Do on Twitter
- Why Improving Emotional IQs Makes for Better IT Leaders
- CIO roundtable: Conversations on collaboration
Clarke treaded quite an unusual career path – corporate lawyer, CEO, and now general manager business solutions and technology for Trustpower.
New Zealand is spying on some of its closest Pacific neighbours and passing the information on to the United States, according to documents released by the fugitive whistleblower Edward Snowden.
“Most businesses understand the need and potential value of data but there is a gap..."
Nervous about the FREAK flaw? Freakin' out?
Education sector CIOs need to take a broad approach and consider technologies from outside the education community, as well as look for lessons from their peers, reports Gartner analyst Jan-Martin Lowendahl.
The chief operating officer of Origin talks about working with mid-sized companies that need the benefit of 'secure and powerful future technologies'.
“This means we can scale rapidly to meet the demands of our business, especially during our major sales, to place the right products in the right locations at the right times,” says CIO Grant Taylor.
Report distils seven strategies for would-be directors to become attractive candidates for boards
Are you never quite satisfied with your team's results? Do you avoid delegating at all costs, often taking on work that's far below your experience and talent level just because you're certain no one else can do it as well as you can? Are you constantly demanding status updates, progress reports and check-ins? It's time to face the facts: You're a micromanager.
Vocus Communications appoints Maxine Elliott as New Zealand CEO, replacing David Heald who has resigned for personal reasons.
For all the emphasis on tools and gizmos, IT is still very much about the people who develop and use said tools and gizmos. Collaboration, mutual respect, passion for the work -- all this and more are essential to a beneficial outcome, whether your IT group is shipping code, swatting bugs, working with business users, or securing company systems.
“By listening to our customers, and learning from both our success and our missteps, we continuously push forward new technologies and ideas."
Simon Clarke treaded quite an unusual career path – corporate lawyer, CEO, and now general manager business solutions and technology for Trustpower.
PwC provides CEOs with a checklist for achieving 'growth in a disrupted world'
It’s all about ‘balance’, writes Shaun McCarthy, chairman of Human Synergistics
Microsoft New Zealand has revealed its 2015 Partner Awards finalists, with a heavy focus on cloud enterprise and platforms.