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Unified Communications: the challenges and benefits according to Dell
“Organisations are increasing investments in unified communications platforms to support a growing remote workforce, yet they lack clear insights."
Australian businesses: Prepare for an economic slowdown
Business risks are expected to increase in 2016. At the same time, it is unlikely there will be any improvement in the coming year
IBM rolls out redesigned PartnerWorld programme
IBM's partner programme has been redesigned to help IBM Business Partners deliver higher value to organisations in the cloud and cognitive era.
Legacy IT investments might be holding you back: Is cloud the answer?
"It is crucial for organisations to break the cycle of lock-in and retain freedom of choice when it comes to technology, or risk being surpassed."
Inside Info nabs Qlik Partner of the Year two years running
“As the BI market matures to meet the evolving demands of users, our partners are a critical extension of our global sales force."
Employees are the heart of your business, but are they happy?
"Measuring employee engagement is important to help maintain engagement levels and identify opportunities to improve engagement."
NZ businesses set to spend $90 million on BI and analytics
"The shift to the modern BI and analytics platform has now reached a tipping point."
CEOs: Stay confident in the face of uncertainty
"Organisations can be surprisingly naive, ignoring advice and best practice until they experience a setback themselves."
What are the major BI and analytics trends for Aussie companies in 2016
"Australian organisations will increase their focus on advanced analytics this year, as they aspire to do more with what they are already doing."
How to ensure people and data work together effectively
People and data are a powerful combination, but it can be hard to get both right. Effective people management is crucial to the success of data.
Auckland BI firm partners with Profisee to provide better data management
Mettle Consulting has secured the rights to Profisee’s Master Data Maestro suite, and is the first New Zealand consultancy to do so.
Preventing advanced threat breaches is nothing more than a fantasy
"As organisations’ security programs continue to mature, they are learning that claims of being able to prevent advanced threat breaches are fantasy."
Defining trends that will shape the enterprise in 2016
Businesses are on the cusp of major digital transformation, as all departments invest in tech and even traditional enterprises embrace digital change.
Business Intelligence tools becoming more sought after
Business Intelligence solutions are becoming more sought after as enterprises recognise how actionable insights can boost business.
Intelligent data can save you money: Find out how
Using data intelligently can transform businesses - for one, corporate spend data can become actionable insights that helps a business save money.
Business Intelligence crucial for NZ business
Business Intelligence is rapidly accelerating the New Zealand business landscape into a data driven future.
Growing demand by SMBs for CRM and SEO solutions
“The SEO Rocket Bar is so cost effective and will deliver a great value to the SMB market that has been virtually neglected for so many years."
Are you prepared for today's sophisticated cyber threats?
With the threat landscape has fundamentally changing, it’s more important than ever for businesses to educate their employees.
Meet the newest member of the IT team: the chief data officer
IT departments will soon add a chief data officers (CDO) to the team in order to remain successful as competition heats up.
Why SMEs shouldn’t listen to business confidence surveys
While business confidence surveys may seem beneficial for businesses, they actually can do more harm than good.
Managerial roles snapped up by men while women fall by the wayside
In New Zealand and abroad there are far more men in managerial positions than women, and this number is growing.
CIOs should stay focused on IT projects: Here's why
In a competitive world where technology can make or break a business, why wouldn’t a business want a skilful CIO to focus almost exclusively on IT?
Kiwi SMEs: Prepare for challenging times now
New Zealand SMEs need to ensure their networks are robust enough to withstand any form of economic slowdown.
Helping your students become successful in business
By becoming familiar with the business essentials now, students will be set up for business success in the future.