CIO New Zealand launches inaugural CIO100 awards for Innovation, Digital Transformation and ICT-enabled Community programs.
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’?
David Spaziani has worked in a global technology company, as CIO of a government agency, and now rounds up his experience as an executive partner at Gartner.
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.
- Thriving in a data-intensive world
- Feds look to breathe new life into legacy IT
- The State of Global Information Security 2016: The convergence of digital and cybersecurity
- 6 ‘interrelated factors’ that can lead to corporate failure
- Welcome to the Internet of stupid (hackable) things
- How to build a ‘portfolio career’
- Agility comes with maturity
- For a future-ready IT organization, think multithreaded, not bimodal
- Inside RankBrain: What Google's new search algorithm means to you
- ‘Smart machines will disrupt the marketplace’
- Claire Govier: From liberal arts to information technology
- Volvo works with Microsoft on next generation automotive technologies
- Microsoft CEO takes a collaborative approach to cybersecurity
- 6 CRM predictions for 2016
- Zespri reboots former server room into a hi-tech hangout
- Doing business with Ivan Seselj: ‘Only hire people who are smarter than you’
- What differentiates star performers from the rest?
- CIO alert: Majority of IT professionals looking to change jobs next year
- How to tackle change management in an era of automation
- 4 simple ways to secure your Internet-connected car
- Rob Livingstone: Helping CIOs take their next career step
- Most CMOs make no clear distinction between offline and online marketing: Gartner
- Livestock Improvement Corporation appoints Paul Littlefair as CIO
- Doing business with Josh Comrie
- CIO Upfront: Challenging the status quo
- What Microsoft's new developer strategy means for CIOs
- 8 reasons to buy an iPad Pro vs. a MacBook (and vice versa)
- The ‘L’ word
Fronde’s cloud transition continues with new CEO hire
Thriving in a data-intensive world
The State of Global Information Security 2016: The convergence of digital and cybersecurity
How to build a ‘portfolio career’
Agility comes with maturity
‘Smart machines will disrupt the marketplace’
Claire Govier: From liberal arts to information technology
Microsoft comes alive in enterprise as Windows 10 rollouts become fastest yet
Zespri reboots former server room into a hi-tech hangout
CIO alert: Majority of IT professionals looking to change jobs next year
Rob Livingstone: Helping CIOs take their next career step
Business remains top priority as Govt UFB rollout gathers pace
Livestock Improvement Corporation appoints Paul Littlefair as CIO
The ‘L’ word
Kordia bolsters cyber security clout with $10 million Wellington acquisition
Mike Foley resigns as head of information services at Auckland Council
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Office of the CIO group, Gartner
The Hewlett Packard Enterprise roadshow came to Auckland last week, as the new technology company outlined the future of IT to Kiwi partners for 2016 and beyond.
In September, Ira Winkler and Araceli Treu Gomes interviewd WauchulaGhost, spokesperson for GhostSec.org, about the group's efforts in taking down ISIS accounts and websites. The full 30-minute interview is presented here.
Todd Bell looks back at his years in the security industry and offers up these seven tactics that will help you stay atop the field.
WhereScape CEO Michael Whitehead and the team celebrated another record year and the opening of new premises in Quay Park, Auckland.
Communications Minister Amy Adams has opened a new network operation centre in Hamilton, as Alcatel-Lucent starts work on revamping network operations for Chorus in New Zealand.
Amazon Web Services executives said they are standing up to the competition facing the company from rivals including Google, Microsoft, Salesforce and IBM.
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