“We’re calling on the New Zealand Government to follow the example of the Australian Taxation Office,” says MYOB country manager Ingrid Cronin-Knight
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New research finds workers are more willing to reskill than business leaders believe they are
Most new government technologies will be delivered and supported using a XaaS (anything as a service) model, reports Gartner
“Signing our Statement of Support on International Women’s Day makes it all the more significant,” says healthAlliance CEO Myles Ward
New service from Spark provides crucial real-time data of segregation bins used to transport hazardous goods
Warns against latest scam targeting taxpayers
Our bigger businesses are not doing enough to innovate and it could seriously impact our economy, according to a report from ZeroPoint Ventures.
Although it has promised a 360-degree view of the customer, CRM has only provided a ‘central view’ of customer records without rich contextual detail and insight. This may change with AI, writes Daniel Lund of Accenture NZ.
“This project is part of a much larger shift to cloud-based technology that will transform healthcare,” says Geoff King, CIO, Waikato District Health Board.
Unless organisations address data integrity and data agility within their data strategy, they can invest millions on clever solutions, but their efforts will be futile with poor data and ultimately, they are just building a house of cards, writes Julien Redmond of Certus Solutions
Deploys real-time payments and fraud prevention delivered through ACI Universal Payments solutions
IT administrators continue to leverage the cloud model, but George Wilson of Paessler AG asks, how far has cloud acceptance truly come, especially for SMBs?
“This is the first time anyone has made blockchain work at an institutionally viable scale,” says Robert Bell, founder of KlickEx Group.
With industries rapidly undergoing digital transformation and deploying the IoT, developers are no longer just building applications for consumer mobile needs but also for businesses, writes Michele Franci of Inmarsat
This bleeding edge technology will enable us to understand our customers far better than we ever have before and help them make smarter decisions, says David Bullock, director of products and technology at BNZ.