Forget investing large and hope people will buy your product or service; it is about adapting in real-time and predicting needs, says Aaron McDonald, CEO of Puttiapps.
What trends and practices are happening in education and banking that other industries will be facing when this new generation dominates the workforce in the not so distant future?
Mobile first is fast becoming the default setting in today’s organisations. This new environment, however, requires mature planning and execution of programmes around mobile applications and devices. ICT executives from across New Zealand talk about the new business outcomes and challenges in this space, at a recent CIO roundtable held in conjunction with Unisys.
Finance executives discuss how the uptake of cloud services and rise of mobile devices are creating a 24x7 customer-driven environment. They share insights on how they are working through these rapid changes, while preparing for the next business technology trend, at a recent CIO roundtable held in conjunction with Samsung.
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Inroads in mobile technologies have left no industry unspared. But only when internal and external users are included in mobility deployments do they become true business enablers, according to IT leaders at a CIO roundtable in Wellington.
Project with Cogent and Alcatel Lucent covers the hospice and seven shops across Auckland.
Project management seems so straightforward. You set a deadline. You set a budget. You select the right people. The project gets done.
Geoscience Australia is embracing international geospatial standards and integrated Web platforms to share spatial data in an open environment. The focus is on interoperability, says the agency’s lead data scientist, Danielle Beaudreau.
Security and Privacy
Will join Wynyard’s Crime Science Research Institute to bolster Police’s 'Prevention First' operating strategy.
Female high school students get a glimpse of working in IT as they ‘shadow’ tech workers for a day.
Three CIOs discuss how they balance traditional and unconventional approaches to keep projects on track and deliver on their promises.
Todd Stabenow was on a secret mission.
VMware this week at its annual US VMworld conference has focused intently on Cloud computing, trying to prove that it is uniquely positioned as an Infrastructure-as-a-Service provider to deliver a consistent management platform across public, private and hybrid Clouds. This builds on VMware's recent vow to become a Top 3 Cloud provider.
Most happily employed IT pros would consider a new job opportunity -- and there are plenty more to consider these days as recruiters struggle to fill in-demand positions.
LinkedIn is unbundling itself at an increasing rate as it approaches its "mobile moment" later this year when more than half of its 313 million monthly active users access the site via mobile devices. The company has released a series of mobile apps for specific use cases -- seemingly throwing everything at the wall to see what sticks.
As the federal government gradually moves to an always-on, cloud-centric IT operation, senior technology officials work to ensure that agencies' security posture can keep pace.
The Internet's seething Web of content resembles endless bubbles popping to the surface for only a day, then vanishing, a security study from Blue Coat Systems released today indicates. That means there are a huge number of new, unknown and transient sites daily, posing challenges to determine whether they are benign, or should be blocked as dangerous.
Westpac New Zealand is using money management tools created by New York start-up Moven to drive a new platform that will enable customers to do 90 per cent of their banking online.
"Organisations will live and die by the value of their information and how it is protected from others,” says IDC New Zealand's Adam Dodds, as the research firm finds mobility is getting investment support across business units.
But this gender gap blow out is changing as more women enter the industry, says recruitment firm Candle in its second annual survey of New Zealand ICT professionals