CIO New Zealand launches the inaugural CIO50, recognising the nation's top 50 technology and digital chiefs of 2019, at the Te Papa in Wellington (Photos by Mark Coote)
Risk Management / Interviews
“Whenever you deliver IT projects or enhancements to a business, you are delivering a change. You should never lose focus on who is impacted by this change and how the change affects them,” says Mark Leadbetter of House of Travel.
The Instillery has joined forces with Vo2 Group in New Zealand, in a merger designed to drive wider adoption of cloud technologies across the country.
“The Board has approved significant investments in ICT that in the past would have been unthinkable,” says Murray Mitchell, ICT director at the New Zealand Fire Service.
The FIFA World Cup games kick off on June 11 in South Africa. One of the largest sporting events in the world, it features multiple games occurring across numerous cities, posing myriad logistical and communication challenges in an already volatile, high crime area.
''The CIO may be responsible for risk management, but its planning and execution involves the whole company," says Ian Cook, vice-president & director of IT, Asia-Pacific Zone, Chubb Group of Insurance Companies.
As one of the keynote speakers at the MIS annual IT Summit held in Asia, Cook expects risk management policies to be executed by project teams involving operational staff, IT organisations and multiple business units.