It's Thursday night and 14-year-old Ethan has an essay due the next morning examining the plot and characters of a Charles Dickens book. Total word count so far? 0. But don't worry, poor Ethan is only a few clicks away from having an outline, intro, and closing paragraph.
As CIO Studio continues to grow fast, so does our team of expert CIOs! Our newest Core Advisor Ed Overy comes with an exciting background leading IT for major transportation agencies like KiwiRail, Airways, and Air New Zealand.
Our CEO Paul Matthews joins Susie on RNZ Nine to Noon to talk about the latest developments at Twitter since Elon Musk took over. Plus the upbeat tech industry, and are autonomous vehicles spying on us?
“Hacking” is certainly nothing new and up until relatively recently, was seen by many as simply an inconvenience. Often it would involve enduring nothing more serious than a relatively harmless – but highly embarrassing – website defacement. Not now, however.
If you pop on any social channel, everyone seems to be asking: “What is the best podcast?" It’s not about the best new book anymore in this digital age. There’s always Audible, of course, but podcasts have their finger on the pulse.
There are many qualities all senior employees need to have in order to succeed. A Chief Information Officer (CIO) is no different and requires some specific qualities, skills and attributes if they are to be successful. Here are what I see as the most important attributes of a good CIO.