Four New Zealand CIOs talk about key issues their teams are facing, and the new areas ICT is working on.
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Vodafone, Telecom and 2degrees collaborate to make mobiles less attractive to thieves
Most people believe tech innovation holds the best promise for curing fatal diseases and are confident they could administer their own tests, according to a new multinational survey.
Tony Hayes, ISACA international president, talks about the trends that CIOs should prepare for, and the “inexcusable” high rate of failed ICT projects.
Phablets, mobile apps and preparing for the digital world – a roundup of news, reviews and trends for business technology leaders.
Linda Price of Gartner writes about the new opportunities and threats businesses must address if they are to survive in the next decade.
While you have undoubtedly heard all the gloom and doom stories regarding individuals using personally owned devices or personally controlled cloud services like Dropbox, SkyDrive, Google Drive, Idrive, Evernote and similar services, don't forget the law of unintended consequences.
The Innovation Lab provides a preview of the future of banking, says ASB Bank chief architect James Bergin.
Launches ‘Kiwis love Geeks’ crowdsourcing competition for mobile and web banking apps.
SAS made a huge difference in our ability to understand and price our risk profiles, says Carl Rajendram, manager for commercial pricing and analytics.
Cameron Brill and Greg Chisholm discuss the nuances of jointly leading the business technology team at the Auckland International Airport.
Symantec project aims to plug continuous skills gap in the area.
Survey finds nearly 40 per cent of organisations in ANZ do not have a big data strategy.
IT departments are "significantly underestimating" the budgets allocated to technology in others parts of the organisation, as more business leaders bypass the CIO and IT staff to execute their own projects, according to research.
What programmes, strategies and/or roles do you have in place to drive quality, improvement and process excellence at your organisation? What is the role of the CIO in these programmes? These are some of the topics discussed at the CIO roundtable held in association with Promapp.
"Secure container approach" will cover BYOD smartphones and corporate devices in Australia.
How have business continuity strategies evolved in the new technology landscape of cloud and virtualisation? A panel of CIOs share their insights, and how they managed the raft of incidents impacting New Zealand enterprises in the past year.
One of the more frustrating exercises in using anything online is keeping your passwords safe. They have to be easy to remember and hard to guess.
Success in the modern digital economy is substantially a matter of getting started earlier and learning faster. Try new things. Discover what works and do more of it. Discover what doesn’t work and do less of it.
MetService has a dual persona – a state owned enterprise with full commercial operations worldwide. It is a unique setup that keeps CIO Alistair Vickers and his team on the leading edge of business technology.