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  • Lessons on millennials and mobility

    Lessons on millennials and mobility

    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?

  • A platform for growth and innovation

    A platform for growth and innovation

    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.

  • The next phase of mobility

    The next phase of mobility

    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.

  • CIO Upfront: 'If this were new, what would you do?'

    CIO Upfront: 'If this were new, what would you do?'

    Stuart Haselden, director of IT services at Victoria University of Wellington, suggests organisations should ask this question when making important decisions.

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'Behave like a start-up'

Organisations that want to benefit from the rise of connected devices - the 'Internet of Things' - have to prepare for a “different mindset”, says Aaron McDonald, CEO of Puttiapps.

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  • Oracle CEO Larry Ellison turns 70 with no retirement in sight

    Most people start thinking about retirement when they turn 70, if they haven't already called it a career. Not Oracle CEO Larry Ellison, who passed that milestone Sunday.

  • Big Data

    The Internet of Things Brings Legal Gotchas to CIOs

    CIOs have big ideas for marketing and customer experience using sensors and analytics.

  • CIO Government

    Government CIOs Urged to Hire IT Workers With Soft Skills

    Federal CIOs, facing pressure to improve services amid flat or declining budgets, need to rethink their hiring strategies and bring on employees with more diverse experience and skill sets that reach beyond mere technical expertise.

  • Security

    Symantec opens $12m Sydney office

    Symantec has invested $12 million in a new office in Kent Street, Sydney.

  • C-Suite Perspectives

    Westpac NZ to deploy private cloud

    Westpac New Zealand will roll out private cloud infrastructure under a new five-year agreement that will see the bank migrate some of its critical systems across to IBM’s Highbrook, Auckland data centre.

  • Staffing

    How to Identify Soft Skills in IT Job Candidates

    IT is out of the backroom and in the front office – so it's time to hire candidates who match that new reality.

  • CIO Plus

    CIO, CMO and lawyer collaboration in the ‘age of the customer’

    Businesses that are customer obsessed and digitally driven are the winners in the digital economy. But the battle can be won if disruptive technologies are employed and everyone works together, writes IT lawyer Jennie Vickers.

  • Workers Going Rogue With BYOD (and BYOA)

    On one side of the fence, lots of companies, especially those in Europe, won't have anything to do with the Bring Your Own Device programs. On the other side, an equal number of companies have jumped on the BYOD bandwagon, including at least a few going all-in with mandatory BYOD.

  • Staffing

    How Far Will Businesses Go to Lure Developers

    From sign-on bonuses to long-term equity bonus incentives to perks such as paying for the lease on a new Tesla, firms are upping the ante to attract and hire elite software development talent in a tight market.

  • Virtualisation

    Top 5 things to watch for at VMWorld 2014

    A year ago everyone wanted to know about VMware's big plan.

  • Security and Privacy

    Healthcare organizations still too lax on security

    The data breach at Community Health Systems that exposed the personal information on more than 4.5 million people is a symptom of the chronic lack of attention to patient data security and privacy within the healthcare industry.

  • Essential Technologies

    IT puts millennials to work - as mentors

    As CIO of General Electric's Digital Energy division, Venki Rao has invested a fair amount of time identifying and developing IT talent. But four years ago, during a boot camp kicking off GE's companywide IT Leadership Program (ITLP) for college recruits, Rao quickly realized the learning opportunity had become a two-way street.

  • Mobile/Wireless/Convergence

    The Internet of Things calls for a different mindset

    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.

  • Big Data

    Veda signs five-year agreement with IBM as it prepares for growth

    Being a business based on using data and analytics to provide insights, we are constantly looking at the best way to manage and deliver the most accurate insights to our clients, says Veda CEO Nerida Caesar.

  • Globalisation

    How CIOs can survive and thrive in a swirl of change

    CIOs face unrelenting change as part of the job description. Today they must deal with change coming at them from all fronts. More than ever before, CIOs now have to knock down walls, connect corporate silos, keep customers in their sights, be willing to fail fast and pivot to a more successful strategy -- one that usually involves wielding the power of data analytics.