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“Our goal is to bring a new level of customer centricity to the managed service provider market.”
“He leaves the business in a strong position, and has set us up to take things to the next level for our customers.”
“We’ve hired great engineers in Melbourne and have expanded the skills base of the team, adding operations, data engineering and creative."
The head of Hewlett-Packard's enterprise division will leave the company ahead of HP's planned split later this year.
Businesses across New Zealand consider whether to invest in staff or machines.
- Microsoft could write off billions on Nokia deal as early as Wednesday
- Kiwi 4G rollout flying as 2degrees brings network to 60% of NZ
- Cisco targets 50 billion devices with new six-pillar Internet of Things platform
- CodeBlue bolsters ranks with new CEO hire
- GIS Cloud comes to A/NZ as local reseller wins big
- My Net Fone successfully completes $15m equity placement
- Digital disruption underway as 4 in 10 industry incumbents face extinction
- Christchurch top of the agenda as Spark hires new South Island leader
- NZ Open Source firm opens up free cloud option for Kiwi developers
- Big Data loses its “zing” as businesses demand “insight and action”
- Mobility demand powers international SAP sales for growing NZ tech firm
- Why telco-only vendors are falling on hard times
- Oracle out in front as integrated systems market moves with the times
- INSIGHT: Enable the business? Why sometimes security must say ‘NO’
If there's one topic that is likely to make any CIO's or IT Manager's wallet hurt, it's information security.
"It's critical that businesses ensure company information is secure and that applications work across multiple platforms."
“Managed services compliment the work of the IT team, giving them back time to focus on strategic objectives."
"Many organisations don’t fully understand what it really means, let alone how to achieve digital transformation."
There is a common misconception that technology poses the biggest security risk to business, but it is just one part of the problem.
“We want to stress that this is not a market crash.”
As we approach the end-of-support deadline, it’s now or never for many New Zealand businesses.
"Technology moves so fast that today’s top-trending app could become irrelevant tomorrow."
"Experts are warning that Kiwi businesses are woefully underprepared for the increasing threat of cyber-attacks."
"IDC expects the trend of declining PC monitor shipments to continue for the near term."
“We've seen a change in IT end-user profile in particular in the analytics space.”
“Every single mobile device represents an endpoint where data could be lost, stolen, or compromised."
“In the end, employees, not the technology they use, need to be at the centre of the experience."