The Kiwi cloud software companies have agreed to be preferred providers of services to their customers.
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More than half of IT professionals say their IT organisation not ready for digital business: Gartner
Skills deficits in both technological and non-technological areas are a top concern, reports Gartner
Vodafone research finds 76 per cent of firms believe the Internet of Things is critical to future success
CIO upfront: With the enterprise cloud, the journey is likely to be more important than the destination
It is important to develop an IT strategy harnessing cloud-based innovation without stifling it, writes Daniel Lund of Accenture NZ.
'When organisations can find ways to reduce operational spend and instead direct it towards innovation and differentiation, it provides not just cost savings, but also productivity increases and a more creative, forward-looking organisation,' notes Rodney Gedda of Telesyte
From Brexit to the ‘Uber economy’, the WomenCorporateDirectors (WCD) Foundation lists issues expected to disrupt the fundamental business model.
For most professionals taking two to three years out for further education is not an option. The programme provides a year's worth of higher learning in 10 weeks, says Frances Valintine of the Mind Lab.
Disruption invites innovation, and while Brexit will impact the way businesses and people operate across the Channel, technology will play an even more critical role to simultaneously both help establish new borders and also to bridge the divide, writes Inder Singh of Unisys.
Previously, security was about having gates, but under the agile method we use guardrails so our developers stay on the road, rather than having to stop at a gate, writes Aaron McKeown of Xero.
Hybrid will be the most common usage of the cloud — but this will require public cloud to be part of the overall strategy.
The head of operations, platforms and IT for Spark Ventures talks about the group's recent deployment of BMC Remedyforce.
Pervasive trust services to deception tactics: Gartner’s top 10 information security trends for 2016
Security and risk leaders need to fully engage with these technologies, advises Gartner analyst Neil MacDonald.
Lightning Lab Auckland Programme works with the latest entrepreneurial talent
Create a vision of what the business would look like if IoT and smart machines are used to their full potential, advises Gartner.
“We’re very excited about the capability of assyst, and the potential it has to improve outcomes for our internal teams and for our customers,” says Alistair James, acting CIO, Massey University.