How students participating in the annual ShadowTech programme get early lessons on inclusive leadership
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The hub will be used to plan and test use cases that will help Kiwi businesses win big in a digital world, says Spark chief operating officer Mark Beder
Boards see cyber as the number one external risk and the number one emerging risk, while loss of a key person is the largest internal risk, according to 2018 Directors’ Risk Survey report
Claudia Batten named Flying Kiwi, Dexibit double winner @NZHiTechAwards 2018
Matthew Simmons of Nyriad talks about the non-capital investments for building a global company based in New Zealand
The time to prepare for a data-driven future is before it arrives— not after, reports ISACA.
Programme lets secondary students spend the day with female mentors who hold various technology roles.
New research finds more chief human resource officers are leading digital transformation projects
The talk has shifted to the importance of the education sector bringing together the arts with science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) subjects, leading to the rise of another acronym, STEAM, writes Justin Gray of Accenture.
Victoria’s emergency services have extended their deal with Motorola Solutions Australia to supply and upgrade the mission critical Metropolitan Mobile Radio network (MMR).
First school in NZ to offer network security programme from Fortinet on managing new and advanced cyber threats
Our bigger businesses are not doing enough to innovate and it could seriously impact our economy, according to a report from ZeroPoint Ventures.
Invenco, Pushpay, Serko, Straker Translations and Vend vie for PwC Hi-Tech company of the year
CIO New Zealand launches annual report on the most transformative and disruptive technology and digital leaders.
Great customer service requires a systematic reinvention of established technology, data and operations
The key to agile analytics is speed and avoiding the need to always get things perfect, writes Daniel Parr of Data Insight.
… and ICT leaders need to behave like entrepreneurs and ‘a bit like startups’.
Digital Nations 2030 conference speakers dissect key challenges facing the most digitally advanced nations in the world.
‘We live in the age of ‘ME', where ‘I' as the consumer now hold all the power.’
South Auckland teens lead IT youth movement