There have been counterparts in the private sector for years - the chief customer officer, says Gartner research director Rick Holgate.
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SAS CEO Jim Goodnight on thriving in the analytics economy, working with millennials and using analytics for social good.
“We have to ensure these waves of advancement will be available to all,” says Emotiv CEO Tan Le.
Facebook Workplace was rolled out almost like stealth to a small team, and is now widely used across the government agency. This includes the CEO who sends his staff messages via video.
David La Rose replaces Kerry Purcell, who will return to a senior leadership role in IBM Japan
Tech security spending is on the rise, yet the biggest weakness are trusted people and third parties, and it is no different in New Zealand, according to the 2018 Global State of Information Security Survey.
With industries rapidly undergoing digital transformation and deploying the IoT, developers are no longer just building applications for consumer mobile needs but also for businesses, writes Michele Franci of Inmarsat
The company has launched beta versions of macOS and Windows desktop apps for the business version of Messenger, adding screen-sharing capabilities.
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“The Quintiq technology will support our planners in managing the unique constraints for our freight business,” says Ed Overy, CIO, KiwiRail.
After a second hackathon in six months, the company is now setting its sights on another, says Jennifer Cherrington Mowat, head of technology and digital at Genesis Energy.
We expect a thousand businesses backing this initiative by the yearend, says Frances Valintine, who co-led the NZ Talent initiative.
Enterprises can’t innovate at the speed and scale demanded by uncertain and changing markets, without adapting leadership thinking and organisational culture.
Kate Kolich and David Thomas of Bank of New Zealand discuss the close collaboration between their respective divisions - technology and analytics - as the way to go in the digital economy.
Pressing issues with our outdated privacy law may finally get a kickstart on 23 September, writes Nelson Siva of Solution Dynamics
Admitting project failure is never easy, but sometimes the kill decision turns out to be the best decision. Here's how to know when to scrap and when to save a failing project.
Everyone thinks importing talent is the solution to the ICT skills shortage. But actually there is an unmet group in New Zealand who can fill that gap, says Kim Connolly-Stone of the MBIE.
Plus: New appointments at the NZ Crown Research Institutes.
"More and more of our citizens rely on digital services as part of their daily lives, so we needed to make sure they were always available,” says technology architect technology James Rowe
Shadow IT is becoming more of an issue in large organisations as enterprises come under increasing pressure to innovate, writes Mary-Anne McCarthy of Accenture New Zealand.