Arming yourself to succeed in the cloud SPONSORED
SPONSORED CONTENT BY IBMIT practitioners must see themselves as business people and technologists, and help to build bridges between business goals and technology solutions.
Security – the elephant in the room SPONSORED
SPONSORED CONTENT BY IBMCloud computing is as secure, or likely more secure, than on-premises infrastructure.
Consumer NZ says internet providers are doing a worse job and customers are more likely to be dissatisfied.
Cloud in unexpected places SPONSORED
SPONSORED CONTENT BY IBMIt would be easy to think that the farming, fishing and forestry industries would be immune to shifts in technology, but you'd be wrong.
Born, or born again, on the cloud SPONSORED
SPONSORED CONTENT BY IBMWhat traits do 'born on the cloud' companies demonstrate that existing organisations can learn from?
David McLean was drawn home from the bright lights of New York City by the allure of his "dream job".
SPONSORED CONTENT BY IBMYou've decided to move to the cloud, but there are still a lot of decisions to be made.
Market source says the move shows a recognition of the need for the two to improve.
While many people are taking trips to the beach, a trio of young people have spent their summer learning more about science.
Labour leader makes pitch to small business in his state of the nation speech, promising lowest rate of unemployment in the developed world.
OPINION: Due diligence works both ways
Bosses have been put on notice after a survey found more than a quarter of workers are looking to leave their jobs.
OPINION: Do small-to-medium business owners have a strong sense of loyalty to their suppliers but less regard for the tax department?
SPONSORED CONTENT BY IBMAPIs are the glue that ties pieces of technology together and the API economy is on the rise.
After 10 years of barbecues and hot showers, researchers believe hydrogen energy has risen above the hype and into a commercial reality.
To the madness of unsustainable corporate waste, a Wairarapa couple are quietly introducing a bit of method.
Under Mike Pohio's watch the Tainui have grown into one of the country's biggest tribes.
Connor Gerrard has no experience, but he won't let that get in the way of getting a job.
SPONSORED CONTENT BY IBMThree technology trends are enabling new business models - the cloud, data analysis, and mobile and social technologies.
A Marlborough clean-tech company has raised more than $700,000 through New Zealand's biggest ever crowdfunding effort.
Kiwi businesses continue to get faster at paying bills, with small and medium businesses leading the pack.
Online tools are making the world a smaller place, so lots of the old barriers to export have disappeared.
Employees working in their pjs may actually be less productive than their office-bound counterparts.
SPONSORED CONTENT BY IBMCloud expert Ben Kepes explains how the cloud can transform your business.
Xero's chances of making an impact in the US rise after the firm expands its service, analyst says.
Why are so many fathers choosing work over holidays spent with the family?
Decorating shops and public spaces with Christmas cheer is big business.
Everyone's an expert when a leader makes a one-off mistake.
Lance Walker CEO of insurance company Cigna shares his health and wellbeing tips.
Despite holding a senior role with international corporate Priceline Group, Englishman Adrian Currie has made Christchurch his home.
An Otago University venture developing new generation gas detectors is benefiting from the growing focus on workplace safety.
The experience of a team of Kiwi entrepreneurs who tried to tackle the on-demand video market shows how lightning-fast the technology is changing.
REVIEW: Nevil Gibson shares his picks of books that will make you forget the office, won’t rot your brain or break your wallet during the holidays.
Using recruiters to find IT people is a lost cause because they just don’t get tech, IT firms complain. But is the fault all on one side?
A green childcare centre shaped like a womb; senior managers with sustainability KPIs; a disaster relief mobile phone network – this year’s Sustainable 60 winners show how building a better future is good for business.
OPINION: It may seem cosy, but the old boys’ club is a sign of a business going nowhere fast
The deepening ecosystem of New Zealanders who’ve made it and are now investing back is showing up in the Deloitte Fast 50 list.
There is more tendering and more collaboration between firms required to win new business in Australia, reports one executive.
OPINION: Dr Catherine Mohr, our first ever female Flying Kiwi, wants to know why Kiwis never talk about their ideas
With three slides and a caravan, you could be forgiven for mistaking Trade Me’s new Wellington headquarters for a holiday park
Kiwi firms sometimes misunderstand the scale of the Australian market.
OPINION: Living in the real world depends on your definition.
A robotic sensor firm hopes that returning to a campus lab to develop a bionic limb will give its technology international lift-off.
There’s money to be made in them thar storms, just ask our MetService. Trouble is others can see the potential too.
REVIEW: A new book argues bookkeeping needs to take account of the environment and company culture.
Meet Deloitte's picks of the five firms to keep a close eye on from this year's Fast 50 list.
Firms on the Deloitte Fast 50 list are experiencing growth by exploiting domestic demand - but exporting is not out of the picture.
OPINION: In the wake of the China-Oz Free Trade Agreement, New Zealand firms exporting to China need to develop a thick skin and commercial edge.
She might be a woman and a Kiwi, but Raelene Castle is earning respect at Sydney rugby league club the Bulldogs.
False claims dogging the Kiwi honey and bee industry have stung Auckland royal jelly producer Happy Valley.
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