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“It’s clear that businesses can see through National’s empty economics talk."
"There is a race to innovate to ‘stay in the game’ but with an increased rate of change comes increased business risk."
Most organisations across New Zealand are gathering, storing and extracting value from data, yet accounting for data as an asset on the company balance sheet remains difficult.
“If you seek innovation, if you seek advancement and benefits for the Kiwi consumers, if you seek to be on the right side of history then stop this silliness.”
"This seems a smart call by M2, although the wild card factor here will be the reactions of Kiwi customers to the overseas ownership and call centre support."
All too often, changes to tax legislation happen at a glacial pace in this country.
"The Apple Watch has risen – and fallen – dramatically since Apple first announced it in September and even since its official launch in March."
DDoS attacks are continuing to evolve and the last 12 months has seen huge growth in the number and size of the attacks going on in New Zealand.
The adage “familiarity breeds contempt” captures a root cause of many enterprise search failures.
Working from home is now an option for many people, but what are the positives/negatives of taking up that option?
“Creativity is a fairly delicate thing. Exercise the muscle too much and it seizes. Exercise it too little and it atrophies."
Technology has opened up a world of information and competition, causing a power shift away from suppliers and toward customers.
On April 21, 2015 Google will enhance its search algorithm to better reward mobile-friendly websites when searches originate from a mobile device.
With all the hype and hysteria around the mounting cyber-security threats, companies are seeking to strengthen their management of IT risk.