CIOs from New Zealand’s largest ICT using organisations harness an arsenal of leadership and technology tools to succeed in a constantly evolving business environment.
Glenn Gore, head of infrastructure, APAC for Amazon Web Services, says organisations not using cloud or looking at where it fits in their strategy risk being overtaken by more agile competitors.
“As you go through the innovation continuum, you need to be able to operate on the right hand side, on the quick fail safe, without impacting mission critical systems on the left,” says Steve Griffin of Unisys.
Wayne Norrie outlines ways New Zealand Enterprises can ensure they are the disruptors – and not the disrupted - in the fast-paced digital environment.
John-Paul Sikking, head of security at Cisco, says the GDP of some nations, including New Zealand, seems paltry compared to the cost of cybercrime. Enterprises – and their leaders all the way to the boardroom – need to be asking tough questions, and make everyone accountable for cybersecurity.
Jim Davis, executive vice president and CMO at SAS, traces why demand for data scientists is higher than ever, and where to get the training for this role.
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- How unconscious bias impacts IT recruiting and hiring
- IT Resume Makeover: Just the facts (and only the pertinent ones)
- 8 Android security tips for IT, corporate users
- The information security game: How to be on the front foot against cyberattacks
- CIO to CEO: Stephen Crombie takes top role at Education Payroll Limited
- 10 tips to get the most out of your project management system
- Lorde concert tests effectivity of cloud-based ticketing system
- Transport for London extends long term-contract with Tait Communications
- Presbyterian Support Central makes ‘bold move’ to the cloud
- ‘The user is today’s new corporate security perimeter’
- Movers and shakers: David Kennedy, Ashley Mudford, Edwina Mistry and John Ruthven
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- More New Zealand businesses shift to the cloud: IDC
- 5 ways to future-proof your Cloud computing deals
- IT leadership lessons from Sun Tzu: Passion matters
- Xero is New Zealand’s Hi-Tech Company of the Year
- CIO Upfront: Why accounting for IT is as important as calling IT to account
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- Why Gartner sees ‘fairly anaemic’ demand for Hadoop in next 2 years
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Movers and shakers: David Kennedy, Ashley Mudford, Edwina Mistry and John Ruthven
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Recognise anyone during a record-breaking evening at the 2015 New Zealand Hi-Tech Awards in Wellington last week?
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Wellington played host to the 2015 New Zealand Hi-Tech Awards last week, with the best of Kiwi tech talent celebrating another top-performing year during a record-breaking evening in the capital.
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