It’s quite a minefield to navigate both sides of the equation when it comes to how we use the data we gather, writes Tony Stewart of Xero.
Should businesses move IT functions back in-house?
A year after the launch of the guidelines, the authors are seeking valuable feedback from the business and technology community
'The world is facing a serious shortage of qualified data scientists and New Zealand is not immune'
ICT executive Alin Ungureanu ponders on the ethical challenge of using AI in healthcare today
How prepared is your organisation to deal with the fallout from a cyber attack?
Detection, response and privacy drive demand for security products and services
“AI is set to transform retail globally over the next decade, it’s important for us as NZ’s largest e-commerce retailer to be well ahead of the curve locally,” says Timothy Kasbe, chief information and digital officer, The Warehouse
Two-day event sparks interest across public and private sectors - there is a waitlist for participants
Chief security officers should play a key role in building trust with customers, and that translates to better customer acquisition, greater customer loyalty, and more revenue.
Develops Bottled Gas Monitoring with Christchurch tech firm SenSys
Develops virtual reality game where players can build a micro-world of the future
This is how you build a startup into a global tech firm, says ScienceLogic CEO Dave Link.
From CIO to head of operations and now, CDO
Emerging technologies can be beneficial to your organisation but which one should you look for?
Researchers at the Medical PnP laboratory are looking to save lives through smarter, more interoperable healthcare technology using open standards, medical expertise and testing equipment that simulates health conditions to encourage easier integration of IoT devices and new sharing apps that can expand their capabilities.
Moves from Wellington to Hong Kong
“It was a no brainer, and we needed to start shifting our platforms to the cloud to access the innovation that will make a real difference to us,” says Vector chief digital officer Nikhil Ravishankar
Whether you’re a recent grad or a seasoned IT professional, interviews can be an unsettling experience.
Over 90 per cent of suppliers involved in testing Marketplace are NZ-based SMBs, says Government Digital Services Minister Clare Curran.
Why collaboration across business units, partners and industries is the way to tackle the biggest challenge organisations face in the digital economy.