He takes over the role from Andrew Crabb, who has been CIO for five years, and will be joining the executive team at LPS as Client Executive – Northern Region
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What role is AI playing inside organisations today, particularly when it comes to providing a good experience for internal users and external customers across their wide area networks? Business technology and digital leaders share insights at a CIO roundtable discussion held in conjunction with Juniper Networks
After several months of talks with the WHO, Facebook has pledged to direct its users to "accurate and reliable vaccine information in several languages" on the WHO's website, the United Nations health agency said, "to ensure that vital health messages reach people who need them the most.''
AI law startup founder got three of the six awards in IDC’s annual Digital Transformation (DX) event
The CIO’s team will need to start developing a policy and architecture-based approach to support business units’ objectives, while protecting the organisation from data threats, says Alfonso Velosa, research vice president at Gartner
“Being appointed an adjunct professor is incredibly humbling but at the same time, I can appreciate the irony," says the Rocket Lab CEO, who left school at 17 to take up an apprenticeship and never went to university
The University of Auckland PhD student is one of three Kiwis selected for the 16 week programme at the NASA Ames Research Centre in Silicon Valley
Students can gain job-ready skills and a direct route into the Salesforce economy, which IDC predicts will create 3.3 million new jobs globally by 2022
The Interactive Aotearoa report was prepared by the New Zealand Game Developers Association with support from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment and NZTech.
The Instillery and Origin have unveiled plans to merge businesses to create a tech provider capable of challenging tier-1 incumbents in New Zealand.
Have a transformational, long-term agenda, not a one-off project or pilot, says the foremost expert and author on knowledge work automation
“They are not creating charities but high impact businesses with a compelling value proposition and a sustainable funding model,” says Wendy Kerr, director of the University of Auckland’s Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Enterprises have to be prepared to tap the talents of centennials like Sukhans Asrani, 20, who is already working as a software developer and growing a startup, while completing his university degree
“By 2025, we expect to have prepared over 500 extra people for the NZ ICT sector, and around 300 of them will have AWS certification as part of their preparation,” says Gillian Dobbie, director of the Auckland ICT Graduate School.
Wireless technology plays a key role in today’s communications, and new forms of it will become central to emerging technologies including robots, drones, self-driving vehicles and new medical devices over the next five years, says Gartner.
Industry leaders discuss issues that need to be factored upfront before organisations deploy connected ‘things’
We have arrived in the Dunning-Kruger of security maturity. We are aware of the risk but are choosing not to act, writes Laura Bell of SafeStack
Forrester shares a pragmatic view of the impact of intelligent automation - and why you should start building your 'robotics quotient' now
New survey highlights priority areas for CFO and CIO collaboration
Crown company Network for Learning (N4L) says schools and kura across New Zealand are now better protected from cyber threats and harmful websites following the nationwide rollout of new technology.