Technology leaders talk about balancing infrastructure, operations and people requirements in an increasingly competitive and digital environment.
New Zealand CIOs reveal the upsides – and challenges – of getting the additional qualification.
David Kennedy of Orion Health discusses why a co-joined CIO/CISO portfolio is an imperative for a global company dealing with sensitive information.
New Zealand organisations lead in awareness of cybersecurity risks, and bringing these to the attention of the board, according to the 2015 Global Information Security Survey. But they need to scale up on key areas to keep constantly evolving cybersecurity threats at bay.
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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
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- 7 Things You Should Never Do on Twitter
- Why Improving Emotional IQs Makes for Better IT Leaders
- CIO roundtable: Conversations on collaboration
- What should public sector CIOs do about ‘shadow IT’?
- Bill English: Data analytics gets top seat at government table
- In Pictures: 7 social engineering scams and how to avoid them
- Movers and shakers: Dawie Olivier is new Westpac CIO, Neil Gong now IT chief at Airedale Property Trust
- The true leadership challenge in a complex and uncertain world
- How to stop 5 catastrophic corporate practices
- Z CIO Lois van Waardenberg: Pure energy
- Jo-Anne Ruhl of Infor: Help power the next generation business technology leaders
- CIOs and the rapid pace of change
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.
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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.
Volunteers needed this weekend to help Wellington-based not for profits hurdle their ICT challenges.
New Zealand cloud accounting firm reveals significant new investors alongside two key hires across the Pacific...
"Our focus is now shifting from resetting the foundation of the company to building upon this foundation in pursuit of growth."
Michael Bywell, a lawyer with Minter Ellison Rudd Watts, considers the New Zealand government’s renewed focus on ICT project assurance and some of the key challenges when commissioning and undertaking this sort of work.
The big lessons from the Sony breach are that businesses need better planning and to shift security investment away from trying to protect the network from attacks and toward quickly detecting and dealing with breaches, Gartner says.
Replaces eight-year-old Tait network for VICO’s operations on the coast of Borneo
Depending on who you ask, the proliferation of the on-demand economy will either create a Dickensian-era nightmare of unregulated capitalism that will eviscerate workers rights and the gains of labor unions or it will usher in an employee-centered utopia in which workers control all aspects of their working life and work-life balance issues vanish.
“This represents another period of solid operating performance by Chorus..."
The general manager IT services of Ricoh NZ talks about the nuances of his role, helping not for profits, and the athlete who challenged – and changed – the thinking of a generation.
A few years ago, the chief administrative officer at a multinational enterprise realized that, despite the extensive benefits projected, support for a new ERP system was not unanimous. In order to strengthen commitment, he forced the heads of finance, HR and manufacturing to sponsor the project within their respective areas. While the heads of finance and HR were enthusiastic about better automation, the VP of manufacturing liked the current systems and saw no need for ERP. Over the next few months, he publicly supported the project while simultaneously creating significant project roadblocks.
New collaboration technologies are creating a dynamic ecosystem at work; enhancing communications across internal and external teams, and the ability to respond more rapidly to changes around them. So how are organisations preparing for and managing this shift? A panel of ICT executives share their experiences at a CIO roundtable held in conjunction with Spark Digital.
Analytics now an intrinsic part of policy making, the deputy prime minister said at the SUNZ (SAS Users New Zealand) conference.