Entries open until 31 January 2016 and winners will be announced at the CIO100 event in March.
Getting to the C-level is not always the end goal, and more CIOs are charting their own career roadmap.
ICT leaders from diverse industries talk about harnessing data-driven techniques to enhance productivity, develop new products and services, and improve business outcomes.
Should enterprises start preparing for the rise of connected devices and their role in an ‘ecosystem of disruption’?
e-Spatial CIO Matti Seikkula and principal consultant Manu King have a more expansive remit than their peers. How they meld their technical and business prowess is key to the success of the spatial systems company.
Organisations will be valued not just on their big data but also the algorithms that turn that data into actions, and ultimately impact customers, says Peter Sondergaard of Gartner.
- Disconnect between CIOs and LOB managers weakens data quality
- Can IBM redefine the future of email?
- CIO Upfront: How NZ can unleash a new digital public service ecosystem
- CIOs wary of sharing cyber threat data
- CIO Upfront: Bimodal IT should not mean splitting your organisation
- Tech disruption and cybersecurity top boardroom agenda in NZ
- CIOs must make risky bets to become CEOs
- Forrester to marketers: How to build a ‘cool’, not ‘creepy’ brand
- Azure Stack offers hybrid cloud on your terms
- How to prepare for the IT department of the future
- Movers and shakers: Dhaya Sivakumar joins Orion Health
- Doing business with Scott Bartlett of Kordia: 'Are we doing enough to protect ourselves?'
- How messaging bots will change workplace productivity
- How technology is transforming the retail sales associate role
- Why your ATS may be killing your recruiting efforts
- IDC forecasts 2016 as 'the banner year for digital transformation'
- The Internet of Things has a vision problem
- Why the ad industry will never win the war on ad blockers
- 3 reasons why healthcare CIOs love wearables
- More large firms will compete using advanced analytics and proprietary algorithms by 2018
- Taco Bell CMO on digital marketing's 7 paradoxes
- The real reason Microsoft open sourced .NET
- The six steps to become a successful CDO
- 11 cloud trends that will dominate 2016
- 12 lessons ecommerce businesses learned this holiday season
- Hiring a data scientist? You're doing it all wrong
- 8 tips for recruiting cybersecurity talent
- Westpac CIO Dawie Olivier on 'The killer app for today’s ICT teams'
Tech disruption and cybersecurity top boardroom agenda in NZ
Forrester to marketers: How to build a ‘cool’, not ‘creepy’ brand
Movers and shakers: Dhaya Sivakumar joins Orion Health
Doing business with Scott Bartlett of Kordia: 'Are we doing enough to protect ourselves?'
More large firms will compete using advanced analytics and proprietary algorithms by 2018
16 airlines take off with Unisys solutions in multi-million dollar NZ deal
The six steps to become a successful CDO
EXCLUSIVE: Cisco tells Kiwi SMBs… You’re not too small to be attacked
Westpac CIO Dawie Olivier on 'The killer app for today’s ICT teams'
Movers and shakers: Damian Swaffield is Terabyte CEO
Global public cloud services market to reach US$204B in 2016: Gartner
6 analytics trends that will shape business in 2016
Orion Health secures 'landmark contracts' in France
CIO upfront: 'Business leaders have to learn how to take multiple small actions with their analytics'
Doing business with Rich Chetwynd of ThisData: Startups, security and skiing
The 2016 CIO100 event: Honouring leadership and innovation
CIO Upfront: Bimodal IT should not mean splitting your organisation
Researcher finds serious flaw in Chromium-based Avast SafeZone browser
Modular cellphone kit can be used for IoT and wearables
Box makes it easier for businesses to control encryption of cloud data
7 smartphone trends to watch this year
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Huawei’s big CES reveals included a big high-end 10-inch tablet, a blinged-out smartwatch with Swarovski crystals, and the Mate 8 phone (which isn’t coming to the U.S. anytime soon).
Windows 10 can be intrusive. If it isn't having Cortana follow you around online, it's logging your keystrokes or sending you personalized ads. We show you four ways to keep Windows out of your business.
The world's biggest tech company had an equally huge year, from major wins like the iPhone 6s and Apple TV to head-scratchers like the iPad Pro and a secret car.
Tech pros from LinkedIn and GoDaddy talk about ways to keep your IT career moving forward.
The movie shows 20 different people drawing a novel character (left) and the algorithm predicting how those images were drawn (right)
Self-driving cars. Google Photos. A brand new Alphabet. What’s a win and what’s a fail? Jon Phillips breaks down Google’s biggest happenings of 2015.
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