You have to take and maintain the first mover advantage, advises Neil Calvert of Wellington-based LINQ.
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Automation, cloud, external services, and empowered business users will reduce the number of people needed in IT, reports Forrester.
This current pace of finance could threaten corporate agility, according to latest global CFO Indicator survey by Adaptive Insights
Proposal is part of 12 point manifesto for New Zealand’s digital future
Movers and shakers: Vic Crone of Callaghan Innovation, Clayton Wakefield of TechX and Nathan Bryant-Taukiri of Potentia
“As organisations, we have to disrupt ourselves and change ourselves because the pain if you don’t is 10 times worse.”
A panel discussion at NZTech week provided an insider view of women in technology.
Trend highlights the convergence of traditional IT and marketing roles, reports Madison Recruitment.
“You have to think big, because if not, you will just continue business as usual,” says Dr Chakib Bouhdary of SAP, during a recent visit to New Zealand.
Movers and shakers: Hadoop creator Doug Cutting, Priti Ambani of The Next Billion and Frazer Scott of Microsoft
Plus: Startup weekend in Christchurch and accolade for Fonterra scientists
‘We are absolutely focused on unleashing the power of data to change lives.’
Rob Wells, ANZ managing director, sees more room for growth and disruption across the region.
With the move from food to tyres, the group CIO of Pirelli discusses the research needed before taking on the role, his ‘100-day plan’, and why he supports UNICEF.
Frances Valintine is 2017 Flying Kiwi
Former Gloria Jeans chief operating officer Timothy Kasbe takes inaugural role
The Blockchain NZ conference talks about the case for a government-backed digital currency, as well as uses of the technology in healthcare and education.