“Adaptability remains the prime trait of interest, and a key determinant of success for both the individual and organisation alike,” reports Nathan Bryant-Taukiri of Potentia.
Collaboration / News
Product was developed in collaboration with Te Papa Museum and Callaghan Innovation
In pulling together our predictions for the year ahead, four themes emerged - separation, speed, money and time, writes Victor Milligan of Forrester.
Timothy Kasbe talks about the nuances of his dual role as chief information officer and chief digital officer, and why his next appointment is a group AI officer.
Thanks to the cloud and mobile devices, ‘shadow IT’ has become a key concern for CIOs in every industry. Here, CIOs share their real-world experiences reining in tech outside their formal control.
Communications Minister Clare Curran releases report exposing the digital divide in New Zealand, and says the issue will be a focus of a new advisory group.
Pledges 10,000-plus hours to bring coding to students and spark interest in computer science
Traditional juggernauts such as Datacom and Spark are being challenged by cloud providers.
While common sense might dictate that security vulnerabilities are likely to be more expensive and time-consuming to fix after the fact, it is still frequently overlooked (or simply cast aside) until later in the piece, writes Tom Moore of Aura.
2017 has been a year of new and innovative developments in the fight against cybercrime, writes Liz Blythe of Russell McVeagh.
When we use stories to communicate … it’s incredibly effective
Lego is a great example that teaching STEM concepts is not complicated.
Project aims to deliver education funding more efficiently
While the descent is not yet steep, it still poses difficult questions for chief marketing officers, says Ewan McIntyre, research director at Gartner.
'The potential for innovation is limitless when the right data is accessible,' says Adrian Dawson, council service manager.
Timothy Kasbe, group chief information and digital officer, says flexible payment options part of retailer’s expansion of its digital offerings
“Trying to shoehorn new services into old regulatory models hurts everyone except old incumbent producers,” according to a report by The New Zealand Initiative and InternetNZ.
"That is what the business demands," says Andrew Rowsell-Jones of Gartner.
Adopt the customer’s point of view of who your employees are
But ignoring them is not an option, says Gartner.