The Cloud – Why are we still not getting it?
Some are still missing the mark when it comes to the Cloud. Damon Kelly, of Enlighten Designs, outlines his vision for the future.
What do we need from the Labour government for innovation to thrive?
Government’s innovation approach won’t change overnight - at least not the way things are now, says Aware Group’s CEO.
IoT in the home: Hey Google, can I trust you?
The first major independent survey of Kiwis’ use of Internet of Things gadgets reveals strong uptake of smart devices but lingering concerns about privacy and surveillance.
The congresswomen with a plan to challenge the power of Big Tech
As a native of San Mateo County, the region of California that spans part of what we now know as Silicon Valley, you’d expect Zoe Lofgren to be a staunch advocate for Big Tech.
New Zealand’s proposed health reforms are focused on big data – what’s the business opportunity?
If its recommendations are adopted, the government commissioned review of the health sector would be groundbreaking.
The lead players on developing the business of creativity in New Zealand
What is the tangible business value that technology brings to creativity?
How does the cloud influence election processes?
Global shocks such as the Covid-19 pandemic have escalated calls for sensor-led, as opposed to shovel-ready, projects.
CIO Summit: If data is the new oil, who’s refining it?
We are swimming in data, but poor on insights that can help us improve our businesses. Technology can help, but a more mature approach to data governance and processes is needed, says analyst firm IDC.
The hype and the hope surrounding a powerful new artificial intelligence tool
The latest version of OpenAI’s text processing engine signifies a leap forward in computers’ ability to generate coherent language, but comes with a serious risk of bias.
Tech Week: Infrastructure push should also produce a national digital twin
The bulldozers and jackhammers will soon move in as work begins on a host of ‘shovel ready’ projects. But there’s scope for groundbreaking digital innovation too.
Automate to collaborate: Automation holds the key to security governance and culture of collaboration
Enterprise security is coming under intense scrutiny as cyberattacks and breaches become more prevalent. Massimo Ferrari, Consulting Product Manager, responsible for Red Hat’s Ansible Security Automation initiative, discusses how automation can help to unify security operations and open a dialogue with IT and other business stakeholders.
Building a truly AI-powered organisation
Organisations need to get the right culture in place to best take advantage of artificial intelligence, says a senior Microsoft executive.
Experienced directors offer sage advice in new guide for boards managing a crisis
Conversations with a dozen experienced New Zealand and Australian chairs, board members and chief executives has revealed five key themes boards should consider in a crisis.
Sir John Key: Cybersecurity needs to be at the centre of your cloud strategy
New Zealand’s Five Eyes security alliance and the protection of multinational cybersecurity providers are more important than ever as we face increasingly sophisticated cybercrime, says former Prime Minister, Sir John Key.
Apple surprises with latest news – Sarah Putt and Paul Spain
Tech observer, Paul Spain, speaks with the editor of CIO - what's up with TikTok and Trump's rally? Are NZ Police freezing $140m linked to Cyber-crime? Will Netflix's Australian ‘Local Originals’ hire happen for NZ? Also, Rocket Lab and Apple's big mid-year announcements.
Situational awareness in uncertain times
As retailers and property owners adapt to living with the presence of Covid-19, one artificial intelligence company is offering new ways to help them keep their people safe.
What it takes to keep healthcare up and running in a pandemic
Mobile Mentor is a New Zealand-led international enterprise mobility solutions provider, with some critical healthcare service clients.
Paul Spain and Simon Che de Boer on using data better
Simon Che de Boer, virtual reality content creator, delve into updates on COVID-19 data use, creating virtual experiences, the responsibility of tech, and hybrid video.
Mike and Philip Carden on Joyous, employee feedback SaaS startup
The Carden brothers speak about the beginnings of 'SaaS' and the market opportunity that helps them build up their startup Joyous - an employee feedback software.
Consortium of cybersecurity experts to fight Covid-19 hacking profiteering
Nearly 400 international volunteers with expertise across varied cybersecurity fronts have come together to tackle global hacker cyberattacks linked to the novel Covid-19 virus.
The who and why of New Zealand’s new digital policy advisor
The recent announcement of the Digital Council for Aotearoa New Zealand reflects the country’s changing stance on digital policy to respond to a fast-moving data landscape.
The latest on, “Have I Been Pwned?”
Australian cyber security 'hacker' and Microsoft affiliate, Troy Hunt, has announced he will no longer sell popular breach checking website, Have I Been Pwned.