Corporate boards should brace for the increasing impact of digital migration, AI and cultural shifts on their companies – and what this means for their role as directors
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The GM digital services at Mercury talks about essential actions to prepare any organisation for continuous, massive change in the digital era
AI-powered model treads the digital runway at this year’s NZ Fashion Week
IDC’s global vice-president and IT executive advisor, Joseph Pucciarelli is a plane crash survivor - a fact not many people know - and a story he references to inspire today’s tech leaders about the need to take risks and the importance of ‘working the problem.’
McCarthyFinch and law firm MinterEllisonRuddWatts have partnered to create authorDOCS, an AI-powered tool to deliver faster contract drafting and review.
Superintendent Rob Cochrane, acting CIO at NZ Police, talks about innovative programmes being developed by cops and ICT teams working side by side
The Instillery and Origin have unveiled plans to merge businesses to create a tech provider capable of challenging tier-1 incumbents in New Zealand.
China envisions constellations of commercial satellites that can offer services ranging from high-speed internet for aircraft and rural areas to tracking coal shipments and commuter traffic.
CEO Nick Grayston explains the retailer’s latest digital transformation initiative
The digital human will be integrated with Serko’s Zeno product, which processes up to 20,000 bookings per day
With the growing use of data and analytics (D&A) across the enterprise, the mindset of the chief data officer needs to shift from focusing on D&A projects and programmes, to driving a product-centric organisation, according to the Gartner Research Board.
“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.
TSB has implemented Temenos Infinity, a digital front office product, to accelerate customer growth by giving Kiwis the ability to join the bank via the easy–to-use, website application process.
‘We act as if any competitor we can imagine is already here’ – Foodstuffs North Island CEO Chris Quin
Chris Quin outlines how the local grocery co-operative is tackling disruptors: from global brands to changing customer habits
‘Focus on seemingly unsolvable problems and don’t stop until you succeed’
But first put the IT house in order, with proof that you’re optimising the value delivered to the business and mission, writes Cathleen Blanton of Gartner
How to reposition the ICT department as modern tech evangelists and tech-driven innovation leaders
The marriage of these systems need not be a major barrier to Industry 4.0 adoption, writes Greg Purcell, industrial IoT lead Engineer at Facteon
Rākau Tautoko works with communities across Auckland, but its contribution to public welfare is being felt by other social enterprises and not-for-profits across the globe
Three months into its operations, the social enterprise was already realising its two-year forecast. Then, one of their customers offered its technology nous to help them scale fast, and safely