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CIO Roundtable: Transforming the workplace

ICT executives discuss the impact of new collaboration tools on the enterprise, and the skills needed to succeed in this new environment, in a CIO roundtable with Spark Digital.

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  • CIO Plus

    Transforming the workplace

    ICT executives discuss the impact of new collaboration tools on the enterprise, and the skills needed to succeed in this new environment, in a CIO roundtable with Spark Digital.

  • Spark moves ahead in 4G network build

    Says 4G mobile data services are now available more than 70 cities, towns and other locations around New Zealand, covering roughly two-thirds of the population.

  • Organized criminals targeting individual iPhone, Android users

    A well organized criminal group is targeting both iOS and Android users with highly targeted man-in-the-middle attacks, according to a new threat advisory from Akamai Technologies, Inc.

  • CIO Plus

    In pictures: CIO Roundtable on 'Transforming the workplace'

    ICT executives discuss the impact of new collaboration tools on the enterprise, and the skills needed to succeed in this new environment, in a CIO roundtable discussion with Spark Digital. (Photos by Jason Creaghan)

  • CIO Plus

    Auckland Council systems merger a ‘complex beast’

    Mike Foley will convene a CIO review panel to look at the strategy and plans for the next phase of the merger of the seven district councils and one regional council comprising the ‘Supercity’.

  • Raglan named landing spot as partners unveil 2015 trans-Tasman cable plans

    Spark New Zealand, Vodafone and Telstra will invest approximately USD $70 million on the new Tasman Global Access (TGA) Cable...

  • Future CIO of the Year: Hartley Holtzhauzen, Auckland Council

    Voted as the Future CIO of the Year and ICT Manager of the Year at the inaugural Computerworld NZ IT Leaders Award 2014, Holtzhauzen is meticulously leading Auckland Council’s major infrastructure services transformation program.

  • Microsoft Unified Communications Partner Zone

    Microsoft's $84 million man: What's Nadella done to earn it?

    What could Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella have done in just 10 months to convince shareholders he's worth the $84 million pay package they approved earlier this month?

  • The four Mac security options everyone should know

    As our lives increasingly go digital, security is a major concern not only for the various online services we use, but also for the devices on which we save our data. Chances are that if you're reading this article, you own a Mac. And on your Mac, you'd like much of the work you do on it to be kept private.

  • Security and Privacy

    New tools to fight groups out to ‘hack the planet’

    Mark Shaw, technology strategist at Symantec, points to machine learning and industry collaboration as among key trends in the fight against cybercrime.

  • Mobile/Wireless/Convergence

    How to Reduce Enterprise App Clutter on Your iPad

    A typical business executive fires up a half-dozen iPad productivity apps -- Salesforce, Office 365, Yammer, Zendesk, Workday, among them -- to get through the day. Opening and closing apps every few minutes, though, can become tedious and annoying.

  • CIO Plus

    IDC’s top 10 predictions for New Zealand CIOs in 2015

    The business technology trends to prepare for in the next 12 months.

  • Drone management: The next frontier

    About a year ago, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos made a bold publicity move he sat down for a <a href="http://www.cbsnews.com/videos/amazons-jeff-bezos-looks-to-the-future/">60 Minutes interview</a> and showed off the company's planned use of drones for same-day delivery to its customers.

  • CIO Plus

    What corporates can learn from the NZ Police on ‘user focus’

    If police officers need more than two hours of training before they can use their new mobile devices on the field, “it means we did not develop the applications well enough”, says Stephen Crombie, NZ Police executive director – information, technology and systems.

  • Staffing

    9 reasons good employees leave -- and how you can prevent it

    The people who work for you are your greatest asset. Treat them as such and they will be more productive and engaged, refer other great workers to your organisation and stay longer. Treat them as a liability and they will be less productive and eventually leave, hurting morale as well as the bottom line.