CEO Wayne McNee and CIO Paul Littlefair discuss what this entails for both ICT systems and technology teams at the farmer-owned co-operative
Stories by Divina Paredes
Rākau Tautoko works with communities across Auckland, but its contribution to public welfare is being felt by other social enterprises and not-for-profits across the globe
Three months into its operations, the social enterprise was already realising its two-year forecast. Then, one of their customers offered its technology nous to help them scale fast, and safely
Gartner lists ways to ensure the success of digital workplace programmes
"New Digital Inclusion Blueprint will be used to coordinate the planning of different government and community initiatives, and identify where future investment and action is needed,” says Research, Science and Innovation Minister Megan Woods.
Gene Bishop appointed global CIO for IDG; Kari Jones and Natasha Blazic join NZ Post
“Simply put, we couldn’t achieve our customer obsession without adding robotics and automation,” says the chief technologist of Amazon Robotics
Why Dr Ayesha Khanna is advocating for, while keeping a watchful eye on artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies
Cloud computing is evolving to become just ‘computing’ - so how will this impact the role of central IT?
Gartner lists key trends in PaaS and platform architecture for application leaders to consider as they decide on technology investments for the year ahead
Launches programme to equip high school students to compete in the 21st century economy
Biomatters has established its Geneious software as the premium brand for DNA data analysis
Many organisations underestimate the complexity of AI projects, which leads to delayed project launches, or failure to deliver business value, reports Gartner.
Warwick Business School research notes major AI concerns could limit the development of these vehicles
“We are asking for a show of leadership to ensure social media cannot be used again the way it was in the March 15 terrorist attack,” says Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern
...and reach almost $15.2 billion in 2022.