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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

'Never think you can’t be a victim of fraud'

As Money Week kicks off, Matt Spehr of Western Union Business Solutions shares some thoughts on how SMEs can keep their businesses protected from criminal activity

Written by CIO New Zealand09 Sept. 19 06:30

The Instillery and Origin unite in mega merger

The Instillery and Origin have unveiled plans to merge businesses to create a tech provider capable of challenging tier-1 incumbents in New Zealand.

Written by James Henderson15 Aug. 19 11:30

Why CISOs should be limiting limitless innovation

Getting the challenge of integrating a security mindset into DevOps practices right will become even more important as new markets of IT such as the Internet of Things spin up, writes Andrew Slavkovic of CyberArk

Written by CIO New Zealand27 May 19 06:30

CIO upfront: Get the fundamentals right, build trust with security baselines

The latest Microsoft security study ranks New Zealand as one of the most low-risk countries in the world for cyberattacks. However, Kiwis have also seen a 205 per cent increase in cybersecurity incidents in the past year. As we’ve learned the hard way, low risk does not mean no risk, writes Russell Craig of Microsoft NZ

Written by CIO New Zealand07 May 19 03:21

CIO upfront: Humans and bots in the workplace

Organisations must have a strong change management process and involve staff early on in any automation project, writes Rob Mills of Blue Prism

Written by CIO New Zealand16 April 19 06:00

The rise of ‘DARQ’ power

Organisations are setting their sights beyond digital transformation, and many realise they need new technology in their arsenal to succeed, writes Justin Gray of Accenture

Written by CIO New Zealand11 March 19 07:07

Artificial Intelligence: It’s not stealing your jobs

But businesses must put both their clients and customers in the driving seat, giving them control and quashing any false claims that AI will replace humans at work, writes Sam Daish of Xero

Written by CIO New Zealand07 Feb. 19 12:59