How Steve Rubinow of Thomson Reuters started as a university professor with a PhD in chemistry, and moved to a succession of business technology executive roles in food manufacturing, car rental and finance.
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“You need to know how to lead people and communicate effectively…technical skills will only get you so far,” says Chris Pope, PMO manager at Air New Zealand.
Allstate's CEO says the CIO's office is only 20 feet away, so he can easily get thoughts from "one of the architects of our business innovation."
Cisco this week acquired Collaborate.com, a Boston-based developer of mobile collaboration applications.
As you shop for that new "smart" refrigerator that can do everything including figuring out when you're low on milk, perhaps you should also think about the risk of some mischievous hacker taking control of it and having 5,000 gallons of milk delivered to your door.
The bank’s head of customer experience, Anand Ranchord, talks about his approach to business process when tasked to create a new mobile app for home loans.
Russell Jones, general manager, technology and innovation, says ASB is working with technology firm IP Payments to deliver the service by April 2014.
The year in numbers, the best tech products of 2013 and a LinkedIn profile that could land you your dream job – a roundup of news, reviews and trends for business technology leaders.
The seed for the expedition was planted during a trip to New Zealand five years ago, when he joined his first alpine climbing course.
Four New Zealand CIOs talk about key issues their teams are facing, and the new areas ICT is working on.
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.