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News about change
  • Get ready for hyperadoption now: Forrester

    Ubiquitous connectivity, cloud architecture, big data analytics and artificial intelligence are enabling a dramatic expansion of digital capabilities. Marketers should ask, ‘What does my customer need next?’

    Written by Divina Paredes15 April 15 06:00
  • A year of transformational and unpredictable change

    The coming 12 months is set to be a year of transformational and unpredictable change for New Zealand ICT, reports IDC.
    "The future of the telecommunications sector hangs in the balance, awaiting critical policy and commercial decisions that will begin a long-term deconstruction and reconstruction of the industry. All ICT markets will be impacted. At the same time, the current wave of disruptive technologies - mobile computing, cloud services and social networking - will mature from early adopter status," says Ullrich Loeffler, IDC New Zealand country manager.

    Written by CIO New Zealand09 Jan. 11 22:00
Features about change
  • Thriving on disruptive change

    Click here for a report on the companies that made it to the Strategic 100 list.
    The recession just past came at a time when the information and technology industry was experiencing a range of transition of sorts — from the way technology is delivered, the development of new devices, along with rise in user demands and expectations.

    Written by Divina Paredes18 Jan. 11 22:00

Whitepapers about change

  • Customer centric transformation - How Australian CMOs are driving change

    Although customer centricity has been discussed as a theory for some time, what’s less clear is how you drive customer centric change.This whitepaper provides a practical approach for businesses and CMOs to use as a starting point, allowing them to identify signposts on their journey to customer centricity. And what we like about it, is that whether they’re at the very start of the journey, or years in and trying to take the next step, there is a signpost to help navigate this new terrain.

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