‘The CIO can be an incredibly powerful position’ – the relentless pressures of the job are also opportunities to forge a great career and help the organisation outrank the competition.
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“You need to know how to lead people and communicate effectively…technical skills will only get you so far,” says Chris Pope, PMO manager at Air New Zealand.
Sees Internet of Things as next hacking target after mobile
The bank’s head of customer experience, Anand Ranchord, talks about his approach to business process when tasked to create a new mobile app for home loans.
Public and private sector-led pitch to help Kiwi tech companies grow globally
Phablets, mobile apps and preparing for the digital world – a roundup of news, reviews and trends for business technology leaders.
SAS made a huge difference in our ability to understand and price our risk profiles, says Carl Rajendram, manager for commercial pricing and analytics.
Symantec project aims to plug continuous skills gap in the area.
What programmes, strategies and/or roles do you have in place to drive quality, improvement and process excellence at your organisation? What is the role of the CIO in these programmes? These are some of the topics discussed at the CIO roundtable held in association with Promapp.
Chris Barendregt leaves CIO role, and Carl Moore will head IS functions and the delivery of the global systems transformation at the dairy company.
Hannes Van Zyl moves to Hawkins Group, Wellington Airport creates new CIO role.
In pictures: Kiwi engineers help set up instant network in typhoon ravaged areas in central Philippines
Engineers from Vodafone New Zealand work with their counterparts from Smart Communications in Palo, Leyte, one of the areas hardest hit by supertyphoon Haiyan in central Philippines. The group set up an instant network to provide the first cellphone coverage for the local government and communities.
Bill Buckley started company that now supplies machinery used in the manufacture of more than 90 per cent of the world’s silicon chips.
Getting in is easy, but global success is a massive challenge. Three Kiwi companies share how they grew in this type of environment.
Teleworking is now mainstream, but organisations do not necessarily have structures and policies around it, according to a new trans-Tasman survey.