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Irish IT services company to open Auckland ops centre
Evros aims to create up to 100 IT jobs in Auckland over the next two years.
Forget disruption, you should be worrying about our lack of tech
According to the new report, ‘New Zealand, technology and productivity’, it isn’t that New Zealand has too much technology it’s that we don’t have enough.
Job ads are down and salaries are up - SEEK
The latest SEEK Employment Report shows a decline of 6.5% in jobs advertised compared to May 2018.
Relentless demand for IT experts in Southeast Asia
A new report has shown hiring activity in Southeast Asia to be surging with double-digit growth.
DXC Red Rock looking for NZ analytics leadership after M-Power acquisition
The company says the opportunity to employ an 'experienced consulting leader' has come about as a result of the M-Power acquisition.
Tech Data announces new CEO as Robert Dutkowski steps down
Ex-IBM channel veteran Richard T. Hume will fill the position of CEO, after serving 2 years as Tech Data's executive vice president.
Hitachi Vantara A/NZ channels leader exits as the company prepares for partner program changes
The company says it regrets that the business changes they have made impacted Teagues position, who left at the end of March.
NBN CEO Bill Morrow to step down before the end of the year
Morrow will have led the organisation for a total of four years and nine months by the time he steps down.
The robot-CFO is soon to be a reality - is your career AI-proof?
With more and more white collar jobs falling into the ‘could be done by software’ category, should CFO’s AI-proof their careers?
Government to introduce 457 visa replacement program to lure tech talent
The new scheme will be aimed at both businesses with over $4 million annual turnover as well as technology-based and STEM-related start-ups.
Is AI actually the scary monster under the bed?
AI was once feared by all, but it is now giving us the ability to do certain things more efficiently than ever before.
47% of Aussie IT employees will look for new work in 2018
The Australian IT employment market is in good stead with high confidence among recruits.
Chatbots and AI are the future of your job
Organisations are now exploring how they can take advantage of AI technologies in the workplace...
Lenovo announces shake-up of global data center leadership team
Lenovo has made a host of new job appointments to its global data center leadership team in a bid to accelerate growth.
Xiaomi to create 20,000 jobs in India over next three years
The Chinese technology firm says India is one of the important markets for the company.
New year brings new CEO for Eagle Technology
The new year brought a wave of things for a lot of us (mostly headaches), but for Eagle Technology, it brought change.
CyberArk expands APAC team, invests in local partners
“Our channel business partners are the cornerstone of our success in this region and we are committed to building and nurturing our partnerships."
Liferay ramps-up operations in Australia with new GM
Johnson will be focused on expanding the business within Australia and New Zealand by leveraging Liferay’s partnerships and developing the local team.
Dimension Data's leadership team gets a refresh
“The wave of digital transformation requires an attitudinal shift to ensure organisations boost their innovation and productivity credentials."
NZ's Pasifika community needs education sector now more than ever
“Education, from early childhood to post-school education and ongoing training should be targeted to the individual to help them make choices."
Auckland a key location for NZ's burgeoning tech sector
Innovation in the Auckland technology sector is driving IT job growth and making the city a prime location for start-ups and IT professionals.
A help or hindrance: How technology is shaking up education
“It’s all about making sure New Zealand is ready for where it’s going to be. This is the year we need to start talking about what our students need."
VMware snaps up EMC’s ANZ vice president and managing director
On April 1st of this year, Alister Dias will join VMware and effectively replace Duncan Bennet, who left the company December 31, 2015.
Education leaders: It's a changing world and you need to act like it
“To empower these young people to thrive in this great digital transformation, our education systems must bring more focus to lifelong learning."