Four New Zealand CIOs talk about key issues their teams are facing, and the new areas ICT is working on.
Tony Hayes, ISACA international president, talks about the trends that CIOs should prepare for, and the “inexcusable” high rate of failed ICT projects.
The Innovation Lab provides a preview of the future of banking, says ASB Bank chief architect James Bergin.
Cameron Brill and Greg Chisholm talk about leading the business technology team for a diverse environment that includes property, retail, car parking and tourism.
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Executive teams can now attend a course that simulates the experience of scaling the world’s highest peak – with the goal of transposing the lessons of teamwork and resilience back to the workplace. For Marcelo De Santis, climbing Mount Everest is not part of a business school case study or an executive course.
Avoid weightless descriptions like ‘responsible’, which is the most used buzzword in profiles of New Zealand members.They will not land you your dream job, says the social network.
The seed for the expedition was planted during a trip to New Zealand five years ago, when he joined his first alpine climbing course.
Notebooks, tablets, and other mobile devices feature prominently in this year’s list, along with a fair number of peripherals and gadgets designed to make you more productive.
A steady increase in corporate purchasing through the first three quarters of the year hints that enterprises are already rethinking how far BYOD (bring-your-own-device) programs will be allowed to expand, according to Strategy Analytics.
Security and Privacy
The past year has seen its share of newly emerging or persistent threats that security and IT executives need to be aware of and in many cases defend against.
Many organisations have no formal plan for coping with DDoS attacks, lack up to date network maps, and probably depend on old technology to defend against the threat, a survey by Corero Network Security has suggested.
Brett Cross and Ben Coney appointed following restructuring at Lotteries, Lois van Waardenberg joins Z Energy
Public and private sector-led pitch to help Kiwi tech companies grow globally
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The rise of software-defined networks (SDNs) is one of the big tech stories of 2013. For many IT organizations looking at deploying the technology, it's no longer a question of 'if,' but 'when,' according to Gartner's Joe Skorupa, research vice president for Data Center Convergence and Andrew Lerner, research director for Networking, at Gartner.
No matter how valiant the efforts of chief security officers, or how much businesses say they focus on securing their systems, or the amount of money spent on IT defenses -- many of the same IT security challenges persist.
The ever-increasing complexity of data about IT environments is making it increasingly difficult for organizations to make effective IT decisions.
CIOs need to get their house in order before they get a seat at the top table, a panel of finance executives said.
Customers can now set up all their transaction feeds online, says Steve Jurkovich, ASB executive general manager corporate, commercial and rural.
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