As more and more organisations shift to using agile working models, the need to be able to quickly scale resources up and down becomes increasingly vital, writes James Fuller of Hnry.
Stories by CIO New Zealand
“Industry data shows we’re the only telco in New Zealand experiencing growth in the broadband market, says Mark Aue, chief executive, 2degrees.
Spark switches on first 5G wireless broadband
We must view ‘moonshots’ and transformation as a constant process, writes Rafi Katanasho of Dynatrace
Australian IT asset lifecycle management company says expansion is in response to demand from global partners
Creates Pacific Partnership Advisor role at CERT NZ
Organisations must ensure that their approach to 5G considers the influx of endpoint devices producing enormous amounts of information, as well as a holistic assessment of the storage, security and compliance of this data, writes Matt Oostveen, chief technology officer at Pure Storage
'We must be as creative as the attackers who confront us – both in our tools and recruitment strategies,' says Mark Shaw of Symantec
As Money Week kicks off, Matt Spehr of Western Union Business Solutions shares some thoughts on how SMEs can keep their businesses protected from criminal activity
Will soon be integrating with BP Plus Fuel Card in Australia and BP Fuelcard in New Zealand
Xero reports it has accelerated its machine learning capabilities and launched new tools to help accountants and bookkeepers save time, attract and setup new customers, gain a deeper understanding of client financial health, and grow their practice.
Mark Callander, chief executive of Vocus NZ and Wholesale and International Australia, says the Hawaiki deal strengthens the company’s network and complements Vocus’ investment in its own cable systems.
Archie Moore of Quanton offers up the number one way to ease that talent gap in business automation
The University of Auckland PhD student is one of three Kiwis selected for the 16 week programme at the NASA Ames Research Centre in Silicon Valley
"It's better to have smaller groups of super engaged fanatical customers, than a lot of mildly interested customers," advises Marvin Liao, a partner at global seed venture capital firm 500 Startups.