Our latest CIO survey across ANZ finds less than a fifth of organisations have an ICT graduate programme. We talk to industry leaders on how to run a successful programme in your own organisation.
Stories by Divina Paredes
Movers and shakers: Tammy Auranen and Iain Urquhart at Northpower, Alin Ungureanu at Chelmer, Leo Paas at University of Auckland
Plus: TeamTalk wins telecommunications managed services deal with Powerco
Its first customer, intelliHUB, is switching off 2G connections in favour of the IoT network, starting in Tauranga
Broadband speed 10 times faster than current fastest residential product will be available in January 2020
CEO Mike Jenkins sees more growth ahead with their ‘co-pilot approach’ with customers
IT and business leaders developing AI projects must separate reality from myths to devise their future strategies, says Alexander Linden of Gartner
Starts new role in March
The portal will form the largest patient information ecosystem in New Zealand, says project sponsor Neil Beney of Northland DHB
‘Digitally determined’ organisations on the rise, CDO titles decline: IDC looks at the next chapter of DX across NZ
IDC looks at digital transformation trends across the globe, and their impact on New Zealand
With the Zero Trust framework, organisations are shifting their security focus away from traditional network strategies to perimeter-less approaches, reports Okta.
From Industry 4.0 to transparency, Deloitte lists new board responsibilities and focus areas in ‘the age of disruption and uncertainty’
Movers and shakers: Warren Hughes of OneHQ, Sam Osborne and Sharyn Catt of Virtual Blue and Rochelle Payne of Tether
A roundup of new ICT executive appointments
The University of Auckland restructures its 400-member IT Services into one function called Connect
Patrick Kuiper, information technology and digital director at Smith&Smith, talks about taking a SaaS first approach, the nuances of vendor management and experimenting with emerging technologies in the era of rapid change.
Boundaries between IT and the business will fade, and this will impact the CIO role and IT function