Alvaro Celis, Vice President, Microsoft Asia Pacific, gives his take on the technology trends set to shake up 2015 across the region.
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Industry expert Brendan Ritchie, CEO, DTS, gives his views on the current state of UFB speeds across New Zealand...
I really do not need to add the person I bought a second-hand car from who has since relocated to Sweden to my professional network. And certainly not anyone I dated years ago!
For New Zealand companies to compete successfully on an international playing field they need to focus on productivity and unlocking the skills and knowledge that employees can bring to the organisation.
“Maybe we’re getting better at solving the problems that actually matter. Maybe we’re getting smarter.”
Advertising as an attempt to persuade people to buy things is as old as the hills and it certainly predates by millennia the print and electronic delivery technologies that became so powerful during the last century.
Ross Farrelly, Chief Data Scientist, Teradata A/NZ has identified five steps to help organisations build a great data science team.
NZRise co-chair Don Christie warns... "Putting all the eggs in one technology basket or with one supplier has a high failure rate."
Digital is often used to describe things that are really just a new evolution of existing business technology but the real definition of digital is a revolution…
David Kelleher, Director of Communications, GFI Software, takes a look at those network security mistakes that could get you fired.
“The winners will be those providers best able to satisfy consumers' demand for high data use, while maintaining their margins.”
“I was a little surprised that 95 per cent said something was wrong with their private Cloud."
“Highly relevant, personalised experiences are the new norm in today’s connected world."
In how many ways can one of your network's hosts become compromised?
Microsoft New Zealand National Technology Officer Russell Craig offers his views on what Kiwi businesses will look like in 2040…