IDC FutureScape reveals top 10 trends that will impact IT organisations
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This is leading to a data-driven transformation of the insurance industry, says Fabio Sbianchi, CEO and founder at Octo Telematics
But their leaders face key challenges around the need for an enterprise analytics platform and access to data science skills
Business leaders share some pointers that work as their organisations step up for the digital era
Liz Maguire, head of digital and transformation at ANZ Bank, says Jamie, the avatar, provides vital lessons on digital inclusion and innovation
‘Future-oriented’ degree aims to provide industry with the skills and knowledge needed for business growth and sustainability
How can IT leaders continuously reinvent the business - with technology at the core - to stay competitive and address internal and external stakeholder demands? Technology and digital leaders share insights on this and other challenges in the cloud era, at the CIO and Computerworld breakfast forum in Auckland, held in conjunction with Zoho.
Technology and digital leaders share ‘real-world’ stories of how organisations - already on the digital transformation path - can continue to realign IT to engage, compete and grow. The breakfast forum in Wellington featured presentations by NZQA CIO Lukasz Zawilski on ‘NZQA’s digital transformation: getting the culture right, challenging the norm'; Stats NZ chief digital officer Chris Buxton on ‘what digital first means for today’s business leaders’; and Zoho president Raj Sabhlok on ‘IT in the cloud era’. Vince Warnock, digital marketing manager at Cigna and Wayne Loke, senior manager for strategy, planning and performance at Stats NZ, joined the group for a panel discussion on steps organisations are taking to thrive in the digital era. The CIO and Computerworld New Zealand event, in partnership with Zoho, was also held in Auckland, Sydney and Melbourne.
Contracts can cover support for a combination of devices, analytics around their use, and tech recycling.
Computer vision is bridging the gap between physical and electronic kanban boards, says Psoda CEO Bruce Aylward
Avi Golan will return to the US end of October
Those that have been more successful with the technology recognise AI oversight is not optional
ANZ organisations continue to be among the faster, earlier adopters of public cloud, says Gartner research vice president Michael Warrilow
Will be leaving Foodstuffs North Island before the yearend