This is the latest in a series of moves in the digital space over recent years that, taken together, make Deloitte one of the largest digital advisory firms in New Zealand, says Deloitte CEO Thomas Pippos
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Transforms Auckland offices into flexible working environments
Now is the time to work with your CISO to reframe cybersecurity and privacy as more than cost reduction, and to position the firm as a privacy champion
Gartner identifies four areas organisations need to create and strengthen
It is not about the next big platform, or the next technology solution, explains the chief digital officer at Stats NZ
Amazon lost almost US$3 billion before turning its first profit, and took significant risks. So what risks are you willing to take? Can you put a portion of today’s business model at risk to create tomorrow’s?
Adopting the cloud can be done safely and effectively, but it is a continual learning experience, writes Lee Atchison of New Relic
Chief digital officer Nikhil Ravishankar talks about Vector's latest foray into AI
We are already making decisions in the absence of any clear government policy on when that spectrum will be available or in what bands, says managing director Simon Moutter
An agile coach helps organisations implement the agile methodology by developing agile teams and facilitating the organisational culture change necessary for sustained agile success.
Roger Jones takes on new role at Auckland Transport
Chris Gardner of Forrester outlines steps on laying the groundwork for the next catalytic revolution
Prepping up to work with emerging technologies requires planning, a new mindset and working with nontraditional partners, as shown by Transpower.
The successful migration to Oracle Flexcube is a huge step forward in enabling us to fulfil the engagement opportunities and meet the growing needs of our membership base, says CEO Brendan Prince
Vaughan Rowsell of Vend writes about running a not for profit as a startup, and making a difference beyond ICT.
Balancing innovative projects with keeping the lights on responsibilities is the reality for most CIOs today. Our research suggests that tackling this challenge successfully requires adopting a two-step strategy that can apply to organisations across sectors and geographies.
Unless ERP strategies change to embrace and enable digital business, they – and the CIOs that propose them – will be relegated to a back office, low relevance activity
The first step is to remove any roadblocks standing between the status quo and new ideas, writes Dan Young of Xero.
The cost of getting privacy wrong is becoming significant, and a cost that can undo hard work spent designing products and services which look amazing, but fail to meet regulatory requirements and customer expectations of privacy, write Hayley Miller and Campbell Featherstone of Kensington Swan.