Students can gain job-ready skills and a direct route into the Salesforce economy, which IDC predicts will create 3.3 million new jobs globally by 2022
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Department of Conservation CIO Mike Edginton says other industries, like agriculture, can learn from their experiences
HCL’s first delivery centre in New Zealand complements the company’s network of global delivery centres.
Kordia Group CEO Scott Bartlett is taking a period of extended leave to focus on his health. This follows a recent diagnosis of multiple tumours on the brain, treatment for which is currently underway.
McCarthyFinch and law firm MinterEllisonRuddWatts have partnered to create authorDOCS, an AI-powered tool to deliver faster contract drafting and review.
ICT leaders on the move and in the news
The Interactive Aotearoa report was prepared by the New Zealand Game Developers Association with support from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment and NZTech.
“The outcome is a robust platform designed with 24x7 uptime and the ability to grow and adapt as the needs of the co-operative evolve,” says CEO Wayne McNee
Gartner estimates by 2025, centennials or Gen Z and millennials will comprise 91 per cent of the workforce. These groups value personalisation, self-serve options and unique experiences compared to the previous generations.
Study of 65 countries reveals strengths and weaknesses of digital ecosystems around the globe
Superintendent Rob Cochrane, acting CIO at NZ Police, talks about innovative programmes being developed by cops and ICT teams working side by side
“Now is the time to question, ‘am I prepared to back my ambition, and invest in the key enablers for growth and change in my organisation?’,” says Godfrey Boyce, chief executive at KPMG New Zealand
Foodstuffs New Zealand has built a new website for one of its major brands, New World, and says PAK’nSAVE will also launch its own site next month.
Former Revera CEO Robin Cockayne leads new business unit
Cyber attacks are sent every 39 seconds which can accumulate to 300,000 new malware each day. It may be already too late but have you wondered how safe your device is? This is the key message Ytech aims to impart to Kiwi youth as it launches its first forum on cybersecurity.