The Instillery and Origin have unveiled plans to merge businesses to create a tech provider capable of challenging tier-1 incumbents in New Zealand.
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“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.
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
Kaizen offers a more holistic approach than most IT frameworks in that it aims to improve everything in your organization from people to processes to products.
“The containerisation service has allowed us to reduce our application development and release costs, as well as adopt more modern application development and support practices,” says NZ Customs CIO Mathew Black.
The KPMG global advisor talks about navigating geopolitics, driving cultural change and the most disruptive technology on the horizon
Dimension Data among 28 companies absorbed into NTT Ltd
Most organisations have at least two team chat apps, a situation that could lead to communication silos and problems for IT.
Latest MYOB survey finds only one in 10 SMEs in the tech sector have anti-discrimination policies or rules in place to stop this bias
IT borrowed industrial engineering models that were successful for decades, but the new digital business environment is different. It’s uncertain, changes rapidly and has very different attributes
Launches project ‘Embrace’ with Microsoft Azure, AWS, Google Cloud and global strategic service partners
SAP CEO Bill McDermott on how organisations can compete in this space
There are three critical questions organisations need to answer when deploying digital tools, says Liz Maguire of ANZ, based on their experience with the launch of their digital assistant ‘Jamie’
Salaries have been rising for the past three years, but the highest paid specialists skew the average wage for ICT executives, according to Potentia
We’re already facing a digital skills shortage and this is set to worsen unless we act soon, writes Patrick Quesnel of Microsoft New Zealand
Fomenting unrest with the status quo is good for the organisation, writes Mark Rees of Xero
Misuse of data could compromise privacy or individual rights, prompt incorrect decisions or a misapplication of skills and, ultimately, drive a very consequential loss of employee trust in the organisation, writes Ben Morgan of Accenture Interactive NZ
Images obtained by the drones are also being used to develop a cloud-based, AI system to identify and classify defects and damage more quickly and with greater accuracy than is humanly possible
“It’s less formal than a hackathon, but could help organisations unearth new ways to grow the business,” says Sonya Crosby of Bank of New Zealand.
Daniel Vijlbrief, a pediatrician at UMC Utrecht (Dutch University Hospital), taps analytics to help save lives of preterm infants