CIOs from New Zealand’s largest ICT using organisations harness an arsenal of leadership and technology tools to succeed in a constantly evolving business environment.
Clarke treaded quite an unusual career path – corporate lawyer, CEO, and now general manager business solutions and technology for Trustpower.
Analytics now an intrinsic part of policy making, the deputy prime minister said at the SUNZ (SAS Users New Zealand) conference
Wayne Norrie outlines ways New Zealand Enterprises can ensure they are the disruptors – and not the disrupted - in the fast-paced digital environment.
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.
- SAS Global Forum 2015: Bringing cyberanalytics to the frontline
- SAS Global Forum 2015: How data-oriented companies are closing the analytics skills gap
- ‘Do not walk into the future facing backwards’
- The 13 point checklist for choosing your cloud provider
- Doing business with Justin Robbins of Sage Business Solutions
- A CIO’s handbook: Planning for the long game
- Opinion: 4 reasons why CIOs should really care about Windows Server 2003 end of support
- CIO-CSO tension makes businesses stronger
- In pictures: CIO100 event in Wellington: Frontline leadership
- 'CEOs and CIOs should collaborate to jolt the executive team out of cyber-risk complacency'
- Looking for a new job? Today is your lucky day
- Mobile guilt trips lead to distracted workers. Time to unplug?
- Spark Ventures adopts ‘cloud first’ to IT service management
- A lesson on interoperability from the healthcare sector
- 'If you, as a CIO, are not leading digital, then you are eroding your role.'
- AsureQuality moves global IT systems to the cloud
- Movers and shakers: Claire Govier, Phil Brimacombe, Rick Gibson and Alan Grainer
- In pictures: CIO100 event in Auckland: Preparing for the digital future
- How businesses can meet the demands of the 'Information Generation'
- Gartner: Preparing the IT team for public cloud
- CIO Upfront: The digital enterprise, coming to a competitor near you
- Recipe for success starts with diversity
- Are digital marketers headed for a wipeout?
- ANZ teams up with WelTec to encourage women into tech careers
- Vend helps brick and mortar retailers to set up an online store in minutes
- Get ready for hyperadoption now: Forrester
- Barnardos gets free ICT help from Dimension Data
- Inland Revenue develops mobile app for small businesses
SAS Global Forum 2015: Bringing cyberanalytics to the frontline
SAS Global Forum 2015: How data-oriented companies are closing the analytics skills gap
‘Do not walk into the future facing backwards’
The 13 point checklist for choosing your cloud provider
Everest avalanche kills privacy-focused Google engineer, Dan Fredinburg
Mobile users 'more likely to be struck by lightning' than infected by malware
Net loss almost doubles as Xero continues strong growth plans
Two months into the role, Xero CFO walks away
Doing business with Justin Robbins of Sage Business Solutions
A CIO’s handbook: Planning for the long game
Opinion: 4 reasons why CIOs should really care about Windows Server 2003 end of support
In pictures: CIO100 event in Wellington: Frontline leadership
What's keeping NZ businesses awake at night?
'CEOs and CIOs should collaborate to jolt the executive team out of cyber-risk complacency'
Spark Ventures adopts ‘cloud first’ to IT service management
A lesson on interoperability from the healthcare sector
The world’s largest security show is operating under a booth babe ban, leaving exhibitors to stretch their imaginations to get more visitors to stop by.
Common Phishing techniques were less effective last year, so criminals changed their game in order to adapt
From the 19th century's first designs to the Tesla models we haven't even seen yet, here's the evolution of the electric car.
The CIO100 event, which presents the results of the annual research on the top ICT using organisations in New Zealand, was held for the first time this year in Wellington. Victor Vae'au of the NZ Defence Force delivered the CIO keynote presentation. Photos by James Henderson.
Your computer's next point of failure might be further up the stack than you think
Highlights of the keynote presentation of Carl Powell, group CIO of Fletcher Building, at the 2015 CIO100 event in Auckland.
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