Predicts local IT services revenue to reach $3.96 billion in 2023
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Mark Aue steps up from CFO to top role
Collaborative development amongst the security community will help organisations adapt quickly and speed innovation in the fight against cybercrime, says Endace
“Now more providers are on board, we’re hoping employers will put payday filing on their New Year to-do list,” says Richard Owen, customer segment leader at Inland Revenue.
One of the attractions of a blockchain platform is the immutability of data recorded on it, which seems to conflict with the right to erasure under the GDPR which allows an individual to have their personal information deleted. Russell McVeagh lawyers Liz Blythe, Michael Taylor, Rachel O'Brien and Zoe Sims write about how to resolve this tension.
The telco veteran will succeed Anthony Briscoe, who will retire from Southern Cross at the end of its fiscal year
Pressure to adapt skill sets to new technologies, and the threat of automation of some jobs mean that every professional must now ensure their own skill set does not become obsolete
We’re fast entering a world in which computers can see, understand and react - and the possibilities are endless, writes FaceMe lead scientist, Dr Jason Catchpole
CIOs need to continue to be wary of long-term contracts with vendors that don’t support multiple platforms, writes Sean Abbott of Zerto
$270 million acquisition expected to be completed in early 2019
Our holistic approach to enhancing Teams’ collaboration capability is unique in the market, says Peter Vincent, Spark’s Tribe lead for voice and collaboration.
They generally want the same things that most employees crave. The difference is the amount of inherent stress that comes with the job, writes Andrew Huntley of Barracuda Networks
Awards will recognise a Flying Kiwi who will be inducted into the Tait Communications Hi-Tech Hall of Fame
Accenture says it is now the largest Oracle Cloud systems integrator in Australia and New Zealand
The CIO50 list recognises New Zealand’s 50 most innovative and effective CIOs or head of technology - who are influencing rapid change across their organisations.