Randal Jackson considers why IT projects can fail as part of a series looking back at major issues covered by Computerworld, to mark the final print edition published Monday July 1, 2013.
Stories by By Randal Jackson
“We would trial it with staff first then consider going into the field with a bigger trial if successful."
“We looked at proposals from five different suppliers, including the incumbent."
“It's a new product that is exploiting the world-wide trend toward IT and telephony resellers becoming telco, utility and hosting resellers."
“Microsoft Office 365 email security is good, but not as good as SMX.”
At present, 10 New Zealand companies have contracts related to IT portions of the transformation project.
“The key advantage is that businesses can get the service up and running without having to acquire any new tools, learn any new processes or re-architect applications."
A new training institution in Wellington aims to increase the numbers of junior IT testers and to improve standards.
Vendors announcing new data centres in New Zealand usually make a big thing of stressing their Tier 3 rating. But is it important?
"We expect services to begin to become available later this year."
A privately owned New Zealand biotech company has made huge progress in developing a replacement for the PSA prostate cancer test.
“A range of All-of-Government options will be investigated regarding their ability to provide the required capability.”
“Spark has been working to give customers more value in their broadband plans."
Unisys has announced an application that enables users of its ServiceNow platform to automate provisioning of IT resources on Azure.
Health Minister launches public campaign for patient portals with the hope that every New Zealander will have portal access.