IoT, AI and cybersecurity will be important technology themes in the next five to 10 years, reports Frost & Sullivan.
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As a librarian, Dr Greg Morgan has always helped people access critical information. Now, he is making sure that technology transformation will not lead to a ‘digital disadvantage’ for certain members of society.
Chris Hadfield transposes lessons from his experiences as an astronaut and commander of the International Space Station, into the need to prepare and react to complex change.
Old-world businesses are reinventing themselves, says technology futurist Chris Riddell.
John Bell takes a ‘transform from within’ approach for his 400 staff at Fletcher Building.
In the future, machine learning will be part of the business model, says Olivier Klein, head of emerging technologies at Amazon Web Services
Dr Claire Barber of Spark New Zealand talks about architecting for change and resiliency across the organisation and in her own career.
Timothy Kasbe talks about the nuances of his dual role as chief information officer and chief digital officer, and why his next appointment is a group AI officer.
Ranks 16 out of 63 economies in the annual survey by IMD Business School.
Trend highlights the convergence of traditional IT and marketing roles, reports Madison Recruitment.
At the recent CIO100 breakfast in Auckland, Air New Zealand’s first chief digital officer talks about customer experience, finding 10X talent and predicting the future.
Jenny Beresford of Gartner, Chris Buxton of Statistics NZ, Ed Overy of KiwiRail and Avi Golan of Air New Zealand are keynote speakers at the launch of the 2017 CIO100 report.
CIOs need to discuss this with their CEOs in the year ahead, says Gartner.
Dr Hossein Sarrafzadeh of Unitec has a game plan for developing the next generation of cybersecurity experts across New Zealand
Government CTO Tim Occleshaw welcomes the first 15 GovTech Talent graduates