We will deliver sophisticated end-to-end digital customer experiences for enterprise clients across B2B and B2C sectors, says Qrious CEO Nathalie Morris.
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Most have not conducted an IT risk assessment over the past year, according to HP
The teachers will be hosted by several organisations that include IBM, Xero, Air NZ, Genesis Energy and Auckland Transport
Takes ‘cloud first approach’ in providing services
“One of its key uses will be to advance weather forecasting, enabling more precise forecasts and helping to refine forecasting of climate extremes and hazardous events," says Research, Science and Innovation Minister Dr Megan Woods
The British regulator has fired the first shot across the bow of foreign companies processing European personal data, writes Frith Tweedie of EY
Companies can either dig their heels in and be left behind, or they can invest in upskilling their employees for the jobs of the future, writes Adrian Jones of Automation Anywhere
The company, known for creating ‘digital humans’, was spun out of the University of Auckland in 2016
They are essential components of the 4th industrial revolution, writes Alice Loy of Creative Startups
We need more clarity and much more specificity around how we select governance board members, writes Steve Griffin of Theia Training
Sometimes the ‘now’ can be very powerful. Good decision-making for the future is often compromised by our impulse to pursue instant gratification — at the expense of better long-term outcomes, writes Bob Weir of Pinpoint Business
Suraj Sowki of Accenture explores how organisations can respond and capitalise on the forces shaping cloud management.
Or why the future of cybersecurity might be one where algorithms occasionally augmented by human intelligence do battle against one another, writes Andrew Huntley of Barracuda Networks
Operating in the cloud requires a new cloud-based operating model, and along with it, people with new skills and new roles, writes Suraj Sowki of Accenture
As with any technology, AI can have great benefits, but we need to be thoughtful about how it is deployed, writes Tony Stewart of Xero.