If you are looking for an example of how an IT-led transformation can build shareholder value, you could do much worse than look at Woolworths in Australia.
Stories by Rob O’Neill
Challenged to deliver examples of alternative thinking at a Melbourne conference last month, the CIOs of three large corporate and government organisations had little trouble delivering.
The loss of a portion of the Southern Cross Cable could see New Zealand struggle with internet congestion for up to 10 days, but would not shut internet access down completely, according to the Centre for Critical Infrastructure Protection (CCIP).
Law firm Simpson Grierson has found a solution to its spam problems through a managed security service provider.
About five years ago a curious question popped into Brian Whitworth’s head: “Why is there a maximum speed of light?”
The fate of Auckland City’s nascent broadband plans could be decided this month, as the Citizens & Ratepayers group asserts control over city planning and investment decisions.
Young People have always been a mystery to the adults. We look at our kids and see, at once, miracles and enigmas. Young People are, in a parent’s eyes, perfect and also mysterious.
You have to mind your language when talking to Freeview chief Steve Browning. If you use the word “subscriber” to describe the Freeview audience, he is quick to correct: “We don’t call them subscribers. We call them households.”
It’s really hard to know what to make of the government’s Digital Summit, to be held this week in Auckland.
Local organisations are realising the state-of-the-art websites they developed in 1990s simply don’t cut it any more — it’s time for a web makeover.
Financial software and services giant Sungard is taking its first steps towards unified communications, with a New Zealand rollout of Microsoft’s just-announced Office Communications Server.
Legacy systems, often poorly documented and written in obsolete languages, can be expensive and risky to renew.
An absence of legislative frameworks has slowed the adoption of biometric identity verification in New Zealand, but this is slowly changing, with changes to the Immigration Act leading the way.
Cabinet has mandated the use of the Government Logon Service, issuing a direction that departments are expected to use the system when implementing or upgrading their authentication systems.
Auckland’s quest for an integrated public transport ticketing system — one that will allow passengers to travel on any form of public transport on a single ticket — is about to take another step forward.