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A lesson on interoperability from the healthcare sector

For anyone involved in management of health IT, the collection, storage and safe sharing of healthcare information has always been one of the most important – yet difficult to achieve - parts of their job. But the new FHIR standard meets 21st century needs for healthcare interoperability,

Written by David Hay21 April 15 06:00

In pictures: CIO100 event in Auckland: Preparing for the digital future

The speakers in this year’s CIO100 event - Carl Powell of Fletcher Building, Denildo Albuquerque and David Spaziani of Gartner, John-Paul Sikking of Cisco and Steve Griffin of Unisys – share pointers on taking the lead amidst fast-paced changes. Photos by Jason Creaghan

Written by Divina Paredes17 April 15 08:00

Get ready for hyperadoption now: Forrester

Ubiquitous connectivity, cloud architecture, big data analytics and artificial intelligence are enabling a dramatic expansion of digital capabilities. Marketers should ask, ‘What does my customer need next?’

Written by Divina Paredes15 April 15 06:00

The CIO imperative to step up and influence: Impossible, improbable or unavoidable?

Technology is synonymous with innovation to many people in business, but do those people actually see strategic influence and innovation coming from CIOs and their tech teams, in today’s digital economy? The consensus at the end of 2014 from CIOs was that they do not, writes IT lawyer Jennie Vickers.

Written by Jennie Vickers13 April 15 06:00

‘Disrupt digital businesses before you get disrupted!’

Fostering a culture of digital DNA is important in order to succeed in the digital age, but who should lead this task? Ray Wang of Silicon Valley-based Constellation Research answers this question for enterprises building new businesses with disruptive technology.

Written by Divina Paredes08 April 15 05:15

Flexible working can only happen in a flexible building

Vodafone's philosophy that “work is what you do, not where you are” could ignite a movement towards new approaches to the way we work as the rebuild in Christchurch gathers pace, writes IT lawyer Jennie Vickers.

Written by Jennie Vickers03 April 15 06:00

Primed for change

CIOs from New Zealand’s largest ICT using organisations harness an arsenal of leadership and technology tools to succeed in a constantly evolving business environment.

Written by Divina Paredes and Ulrika Hedquist09 April 15 06:00

CIO100 2015: Who are the biggest ICT users in New Zealand?

The annual report on the top ICT using organisations in New Zealand will be presented at breakfast forums on March 24 (Auckland) and on March 25 (Wellington). CIO speakers include Carl Powell of Fletcher Building and Victor Vae’au of the NZ Defence Force.

Written by CIO New Zealand19 March 15 22:00

It's called ‘maternomics’

Vodafone New Zealand implements global policy for compulsory 16 weeks fully-paid maternity leave.

Written by Divina Paredes12 March 15 15:26

Switched on CIO: Simon Clarke of Trustpower

Simon Clarke treaded quite an unusual career path – corporate lawyer, CEO, and now general manager business solutions and technology for Trustpower.

Written by Divina Paredes02 March 15 06:00

Z CIO Lois van Waardenberg: Pure energy

Lois van Waardenberg is a classical pianist, has degrees in law and information science, established a professional services startup, and has held several business and consulting roles. She mines this multifaceted background as head of business technology and information services at Z Energy.

Written by Divina Paredes16 Feb. 15 05:30