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IT stories - Page 2
Study finds critical shortage of IT skills in the next decade
Organisations that address this now will be in the strongest position to ensure business growth and competitive advantage.
Why businesses need innovation to stay relevant, and how they can start
Innovation is not simply about financial benefits, it is about gaining a competitive advantage.
What do the 457 Visa changes mean for the Australian IT sector?
"Getting the right advice is critical so that those impacted can work out what their options are and to plan ahead."
Data center managers set their sights on 2017
Luckily for data center managers, there are a plethora of tools and steps available to ensure your data center is operating in an efficient state.
A multigenerational workforce: Technology, office culture & communication
“Today’s business needs this multigenerational workforce, and the organisations that have figured that out are excelling."
Auckland IT jobs paying the most, Wellington a 'mixed bag'
“This is not surprising, as employers in Auckland have to deal with a variety of factors that puts pressure on their budgets."
The three IT areas that will future-proof your career
Here are the top 3 roles in IT that are predicted to create the most jobs in the coming years - did your position make the cut?
IT skills are in strong demand for 2017 in A/NZ
"The focus on cyber security and big data keeps the IT industry busy."
The role of the CFO is changing: It involves more IT than ever, says Concur
“As well as being more involved in overarching business operations, CFOs have a greater responsibility for IT."
IT wins when these 4 sales challenges are solved
Here are the four top sales challenges and why IT & engineering departments should take note. Bottom line? IT & engineering win when they're solved.
PHOTO GALLERY: The ins and outs of Microsoft Ignite 2016
Microsoft Ignite 2016 is currently being held in Atlanta - have a look at the photos we've taken so far of the major event.
Insider insights on Microsoft's announcements: Empowering IT to drive digital transformation
Executive vice president of the Worldwide Commercial Business, Judson Althoff shares his thoughts on this morning's announcements at Microsoft Ignite.
Strong demand for innovation means more jobs in tech sector
“Not only do the telecommunications and IT sectors have the highest outlooks, technology professionals are in high demand too,” says Rogers.
Augen's NZ-Vietnam model recognised at Vietnam's IT Excellence Awards
“There is a significant lack of skilled resource to develop and deliver software innovation."
Enterprises under-utilising IT departments
Organisations that view their IT department as nothing more than technical support may be missing out on opportunities.
KiwiCover first NZ company to move to Microsoft Azure Australian centres
KiwiCover Insurance is the first New Zealand company to migrate its information technology platform to the new Microsoft Azure centres in Australia.
Businesses urged to make the most of IT
IT is becoming an increasingly important part of organisations, but many may not be making the most of it, says Simon Wickham, The Trusts CEO.
IRD announces lucrative new partnership
The New Zealand Inland Revenue Department is set to complete the first stage of a complete overhaul of operations, and it has chosen Accenture as its
Spotlight searches for New Zealand IT talent
The best and brightest IT talent in New Zealand have the opportunity to engage with global software industry innovator Atlassian.
Four futures for IT and CIOs
Analysts examine key technology issues affecting CIOs across the IT industry.
IT spending to hit 3.7 trillion by 2013
Worldwide spending on big-data and cloud technology the reason behind increased spending within the industry says Gartner symposium.
Mind the Gap: IT Misalignment
A recent study from IDC revealed that despite 83% of all managers believing IT is an enabler of business innovation and competitive differentiation there is a mismatch between the IT managers, executives and end user perceptions