Digital Transformation / News

Tech group to revamp in fight against online extremist content

The announcement coincides with group members meeting leaders including New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern at the United Nations General Assembly to share the progress regarding an action plan in response to Christchurch's mosques shooting massacre.

Written by Reuters24 Sept. 19 08:21

Datacom opens new office in Perth

Our role in GovNext-ICT programme is key driver for larger presence in Western Australia, says group CEO Greg Davidson

Written by Divina Paredes24 Sept. 19 05:36

Greenbox buys NZ firm Recytech

Australian IT asset lifecycle management company says expansion is in response to demand from global partners

Written by CIO New Zealand23 Sept. 19 13:44

Why the best cybersecurity lessons are from Star Trek

Brig Gen (Ret) Greg Touhill, former information security chief of President Obama and now Cyxtera Federal Group president, looks at the cult series from a different perspective

Written by Divina Paredes20 Sept. 19 12:00

US social media firms say they are removing violent content faster

Facebook Inc said it would temporarily block users who break its rules from broadcasting live video. That followed an international outcry after a gunman killed 51 people in New Zealand and streamed the attack live on his page

Written by Reuters19 Sept. 19 06:33

AI gets real (sort of) in the enterprise

Turns out AI isn’t magic pixie dust to sprinkle over legacy processes and legacy tech, but a fundamental rethinking of how to do business

Written by Matt Asay18 Sept. 19 20:00

David Leach joins Cin7

A roundup of ICT executive appointments and events

Written by Divina Paredes18 Sept. 19 14:00

In depth: Changing lanes - the platform-service strategy

Only by decoupling technology infrastructure from the business itself, can organisations realise the true potential of digital transformation

Written by Ilan Oshri, Julia Kotlarsky and Srikanth Iyengar17 Sept. 19 05:30

CIO upfront: Assessing NZ’s readiness for 5G

Organisations must ensure that their approach to 5G considers the influx of endpoint devices producing enormous amounts of information, as well as a holistic assessment of the storage, security and compliance of this data, writes Matt Oostveen, chief technology officer at Pure Storage

Written by CIO New Zealand16 Sept. 19 05:15