“If 4G was ‘the era of the smartphone’, 5G will be the ‘era of connected everything’,” says Vodafone NZ CEO Jason Paris
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Mark Jurgeleit, current GM of network services, will set up the network services division as a new business called Octave.
No business is ever finished developing and growing, but here are some of the things we’ve found seem to be working for us, writes Xero founding CTO Craig Walker
"We are working on a range of initiatives to upgrade our network technology, to deliver an overall reduction in electricity and energy use in our network operations,” says Sharina Nisha, head of platforms at Vodafone NZ.
Recognising New Zealand’s most innovative and effective CIOs, CTOs and CDOs
Nokia, Samsung and Huawei join roster of preferred RAN equipment suppliers for 5G
With the new Privacy Bill likely to be implemented in a little over six months and the Christmas break looming, it’s a good time for agencies to consider what the new Privacy Bill means for them, write Alex Chapman and Amy Ryburn of Buddle Findlay
Says ‘Unplan Metro’ is part of goal to move customers onto newer broadband technologies like fibre and wireless broadband by 2020
9 Spokes provides business insights service as a white-label offering for bank partners
We all have a role to play in this and need to be aware of what is happening in the wider ecosystem of technologies, writes Russell Berg of Quanton
Your first engagement is likely to be with your security team, asking them to supply a log-on for your digital workers. How you start this conversation is critical, writes Rob Mills of Blue Prism
The Privacy Commissioner has sent a clear message that he expects businesses to do more to make sure customers are aware of how their information is being collected and used. Allan Yeoman and Keri Johansson of Buddle Findlay list areas organisations need to consider as they review their privacy policies
“Some of the examples we’ve seen have created an impact that reaches far beyond one organisation, transforming people’s wellbeing as well as our natural environment,” says Sarah Bowden, Microsoft New Zealand One Commercial Partner Director.
If Kiwi employers want to have the broadest possible access to talented workers, we need to shift our attitudes about needing a piece of paper or specific experience to do certain tasks, writes Patrick Quesnel of Microsoft NZ
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