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.
- MYOB launches cloud ERP for mid-sized businesses
- In Pictures: 10 simple-to-use social media monitoring and analytics tools
- The five steps to successful digital transformation
- NZ’s unified communications market tipped to grow over 3 per cent in next two years
- Montessori at work
- Spark announces ‘Digital First’ program and changes to leadership team
- How to Mitigate Data Monetization Risks
- 8 Key IT Hiring Trends to Watch for in 2015
- Movers and shakers: John Holley, Lincoln Watson and Clare Swallow
- New Plymouth District Council deploys enterprise content management system from TechnologyOne
- CEOs Have Rosier View of Data Initiatives Than Rest of Management
- How Mobile, Social Tech Elevate Enterprise Collaboration
- What companies look for when recruiting CIOs
- How to future-proof your ICT career
- Using social media to enhance your ICT career
- CIO Upfront: The User Experience guru
- Digital Glue: Why APIs need to be part of your 2015 strategy
- 6 Reasons Your Business Needs Female Leadership
- How Big Data Analytics Can Help Track Money Laundering
- 6 Biggest Business Security Risks and How You Can Fight Back
- Nurturing graduates to become high performing team members
- Wynyard software to help bust criminal gang active in 34 states in the US
- Graeme Muller sets agenda for the NZ technology sector
- Mission critical ICT in the era of digital and diverse platforms
- CIO/CMO power couples
Businesses can learn from the principles espoused by a doctor and educator that changed the game for schools at the start of the 20th century – and continues to today, writes Owen McCall.
Chooses Amazon Web Services as local hosts for MYOB Advanced.
Digital Darwinism is unkind to those who wait, says Ray Wang of Constellation Research.
But traditional vendors will face competition from a new breed of cloud-based players, reports Audrey William of Frost & Sullivan.
IBM has strenuously denied circulating media reports that the company will slash 110,000 jobs under a scheme known internally as Project Chrome, representing 26% of its global workforce.
Businesses can learn from the principles espoused by a doctor and educator that changed the game for schools at the start of the 20th century – and continues to today.
Chris Quin to depart in mid-2015
A roundup of the latest business technology executive appointments and events in New Zealand and Australia.
ICT chief Kevin Glynn says digitisation of data will help automate processes and facilitate mobile strategy
CIO Australia talks to three career experts to find out what companies are looking for when recruiting CIOs.
Caroline Jones of Aderant says her job is about striving to marry the complex demands of end users with business strategies. She explains why her field – user experience – is becoming a strategic imperative for organisations.
Windows 10 will feature a new browser with a minimalist interface and a new rendering engine, but there is one thing it very prominently lacks: the name Internet Explorer.
Your API strategy will help determine whether you become a digital enterprise or a disconnected enterprise.
After kicking off our original look at Windows 10 with a bevy of business-friendly features, Microsoft drew back the curtain on the operating system's new consumer-focused features at an event on Wednesday, while simultaneously driving home a vision of an operating system designed to deliver a singular, cohesive experience across a myriad of device types.
Aderant kicked off a graduate program five years ago. William Davis, head of NZ operations for the legal software provider, talks about lessons learned on how both sides – the graduates and the enterprise – benefit from the program.
Crime fighting software to help 92 police agencies and selected FBI agencies to fight Felony Lane Gang Identity Theft Ring