Collaboration / News

How to get the Board to approve your proposal

...And what to do if it fails to get the green light, writes Aaron Kumove, in part two of his column on ‘getting IT project governance right’.

Written by Aaron Kumove29 June 15 06:00

A ‘defensive shield’ for legal cybersecurity risks

The top lawyers in the UK’s largest companies have recently come together and recommended a “defensive shield” strategy to deal with their companies’ legal cybersecurity risks.

Written by Michael Wigley25 June 15 15:00

Cyberanalytics: Reducing the hacker's information advantage

Bryan Harris of SAS talks about cyberanalytics - the intersection of Big Data, analytics, and cybersecurity - in this interview with CIO New Zealand at the 2015 SAS Global Forum in Dallas, Texas.

Written by Divina Paredes19 June 15 08:30

PwC launches ‘integrated’ digital consultancy

"Implementing a digital strategy that gets results isn’t possible by tinkering around the edges. Companies need to reconfigure their operating models – and perhaps their business models,” says PwC NZ CEO Bruce Hassall.

Written by Divina Paredes19 June 15 03:00

Unfazed by rapid change

The CIO role is in a constant state of ‘flux’, but this may actually be a career advantage, part two of our 2015 State of the CIO report reveals.

Written by Divina Paredes10 June 15 06:30

The State of the CIO 2015: The digital mindshift

Our annual research shows how New Zealand CIOs are playing critical roles as organisations evolve and reinvent themselves in the fast-changing world.

Written by Divina Paredes09 June 15 06:00

How hackathons are helping NZ organisations recruit - and train - future ICT staff

“We constantly read articles on skills shortage in the IT sector, here is the opportunity for Industry to get involved as mentors and help change this problem," says Edwina Mistry of the Manukau Institute of Technology and one of the organisers of the inaugural Junior Hackathon (JHack).

Written by Divina Paredes25 May 15 06:00