There’s an inherent need for data-driven business decision making, but linking this demand to specific business benefits and outcomes can be difficult
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AnyVision, based outside Tel Aviv, has come under scrutiny following reports by Haaretz's TheMarker business newspaper and NBC News that its technology is used to surveil Palestinians who live in the occupied West Bank.
The internet of things will see more growth in 2020, along with more growing pains - security, lack of complete solutions
“It is fair to say that most successful IoT operations are actually ‘AIoT’ operations,” says Oliver Schabenberger, chief operating officer at SAS.
Prepare for the impact of these trends — they will transform industries and your business, reports Gartner
We all have a role to play in this and need to be aware of what is happening in the wider ecosystem of technologies, writes Russell Berg of Quanton
In 10 years, smart machines will handle majority of customer engagements - will brands run the risk of trading empathy for efficiency?
New solution aims to bring together data scientists and IT/DevOps to help organisations register, deploy and monitor open source models in one central environment.
The customer engagement centre and contact centre have been integrating in silos for decades, with limited sharing of customer interaction channel functionality and data.
Your first engagement is likely to be with your security team, asking them to supply a log-on for your digital workers. How you start this conversation is critical, writes Rob Mills of Blue Prism
The Warehouse Group CDO Michelle Anderson and CMO Jonathan Waecker on how the retailer is leading through ‘the perfect storm of technologies’ impacting every business
Dhaya Sivakumar and his team step up to bring their key ICT systems from Australia to New Zealand
The pre-eminence of blockchain in society will start to emerge by 2030, but enterprises will need to start preparing for it now, writes David Furlonger of Gartner.
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
The new robotic technology reflects agriculture’s “high tech future” and the future of work, says LIC CEO Wayne McNee.
The university gains new roles, providing a course on one of the most highly sought skills in the marketplace and preparing Kiwi youth for the future of work
Technology and digital leaders share lessons learned in building an AI-driven business
Nola was created to help shoppers navigate the store and answer questions
Brig Gen (Ret) Greg Touhill, former information security chief of President Obama and now Cyxtera Federal Group president, looks at the cult series from a different perspective