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How to respond to mandatory IT budget cuts - a guide for CIOs

A knee-jerk, quick response to a mandatory cost-cutting challenge can certainly reduce cost in the short term. However, without proper evaluation, these costs often return in the medium to long term.

Written by Bryan Hayes28 Nov. 19 08:00

LIC has a new CIO

Andrea Black will join the agritech co-operative in January 2020

Written by Divina Paredes25 Sept. 19 08:11

How CX changes when your customer is a 'thing'

Digital society is emerging around us. It is the collection of people, organisations and things that are engaged in persistent digital interactions. What’s more, Internet-connected things and ambient artificial intelligence are gaining the ability to act on behalf of human customers. But what does CX (customer experience) even look like for a thing?

Written by Don Scheibenreif05 Sept. 19 17:47

The Instillery and Origin unite in mega merger

The Instillery and Origin have unveiled plans to merge businesses to create a tech provider capable of challenging tier-1 incumbents in New Zealand.

Written by James Henderson15 Aug. 19 11:30

Nokia wins 5G network deal with Vodafone NZ

“We are excited to be working with Nokia to deliver a commercial 5G network for Vodafone and New Zealand, building on our proud heritage of being first to deliver to Kiwis, the best mobile technology available at the time, including 2G, 3G, 4G and now 5G,” says Tony Baird, technology director, Vodafone New Zealand.

Written by Divina Paredes08 Aug. 19 09:00

Major government ICT project tackles border security

The New Zealand Electronic Travel Authority will allow the government to screen travellers for border and immigration risks offshore before they travel to New Zealand

Written by Divina Paredes05 Aug. 19 17:01

Slack or Teams? Many businesses opt for both

Most organisations have at least two team chat apps, a situation that could lead to communication silos and problems for IT.

Written by Matthew Finnegan21 June 19 05:42