Prepare for the impact of these trends — they will transform industries and your business, reports Gartner
In 10 years, smart machines will handle majority of customer engagements - will brands run the risk of trading empathy for efficiency?
CIO New Zealand wants to hear your innovation and leadership stories
From solving ‘real world problems’ to ‘passion projects’ - how to get more young people involved in ICT
CIO New Zealand takes an inside look at the ICT competition with the broadest mandate ever
Staccar, created by Christchurch-based software developer, Smudge, makes it easy to accurately visualise and customise in-store merchandising elements — such as drinks fridges, display units, signage and more — by virtually placing them in-situ on phone and tablet screens.
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
“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
Aims to raise $1.2 million through interactive storybook app
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
AI-powered model treads the digital runway at this year’s NZ Fashion Week
Aims to prepare this group for jobs in industries such as construction
The Instillery and Origin have unveiled plans to merge businesses to create a tech provider capable of challenging tier-1 incumbents in New Zealand.
Playing virtual reality games or relaxing in a virtual nature setting might help ease chronic pain, particularly when symptoms are severe, a new experiment suggests.
Industry leaders discuss issues that need to be factored upfront before organisations deploy connected ‘things’
‘Focus on seemingly unsolvable problems and don’t stop until you succeed’
A NASA-funded lab in Colorado aims to send robots there to deploy telescopes that will look far into our galaxy, remotely operated by orbiting astronauts.
The KPMG global advisor talks about navigating geopolitics, driving cultural change and the most disruptive technology on the horizon
The 2019 Mood of Marketing Report reveals key marketing characteristics of high growth Kiwi firms
NZ Post report shows e-commerce continues to rise and challenge local retailers - and how the latter can thrive through this change
Former US gov’t CISO Gregory Touhill: Leading through the cluttered, complex cybersecurity landscape
As the US government’s first CISO and now president of Cyxtera Federal Group, retired Brig Gen Gregory Touhill says, not in jest, the cybersecurity sphere can benefit from the principles espoused by organising guru Marie Kondo