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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."
New Zealand job market bolstered by booming tech industry
Employers in the IT industry dominate the latest figures, with a net 40.7% looking to increase or maintain permanent headcount across main cities.
Seagate brings on new sales manager for APAC region
Ms Sandy Sun will be responsible for all of the company’s sales, marketing and technical support activities in the region.
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.
Deloitte study reveals the ICT job crisis in Australia
In Australia there is a decreasing amount of skilled ICT professionals entering the workforce, just when demand is through the roof.
Govt encourages Maori to get involved in IT
The New Zealand Government has launched a Maori Technology Scholarship to encourage more Maori into the Information Technology sector.
Growing demand for IT specialists in NZ
The digital revolution is leading to the creation of new roles and greater demand for specialised skills in New Zealand's IT industry.
Qualcomm to cut spending by billions, staff by thousands
Qualcomm plans to cut approximately $1.4 billion in spending to ‘aggressively right-size cost structure’, cut staff, and split its business into two.
Zomato's cashless payment service comes to NZ
Zomato’s cashless payment services will soon be available in New Zealand, enabling Kiwi restaurant goers to pay at restaurants through the Zomato app.
Meet the Kiwi startup moving from strength to strength
The past six months have been non-stop for Weirdly, and this Auckland-based start up shows no signs of slowing down.
Fresh blood at Microsoft NZ with new managing director hire
Microsoft has announced that Barrie Sheers will take over as managing director of New Zealand from current MD Paul Muckleston.
Chris Quin hands over Spark CEO position to Jason Paris
As of today Jason Paris is the acting CEO of Spark Home, Mobile and Business (HMB). Former CEO Chris Quin’s last day was June 30.
Cisco: Out with John Chambers, in with Chuck Robbins
“Our next CEO needs to thrive in a highly dynamic environment, to be capable of accelerating what is working, and disrupting what needs to change."
Jabra has a new ANZ managing director
Jabra has hired a new managing director with a ‘proven track record’ for the Australia and New Zealand region.
Young Kiwi snapped up for Microsoft APAC role
Marianne Ma, a 25 year old Microsoft New Zealand employee, has taken on the leadership role of Microsoft APAC business manager.
Akamai strengthens its team in the Asia Pacific region
Akamai Technologies, the Content Delivery Network (CDN) services provider, has made significant additions to its team in APJ with senior appointments.
Emerson Network Power bolsters data centre and power teams
Emerson Network Power, has appointed Mark Deguara as director of Data Centre Solutions. Based in Sydney, Deguara will report to Robert Linsdell.
Zendesk's ANZ team continues to grow
Zendesk, the software development company, has expanded its ANZ and Asia Pacific team with two new appointments and promoted a key team member.
The Warehouse Group CEO out, succession plan launched
The Warehouse Group’s CEO Mark Powell is officially stepping down some time before Feburary 2016, as part of the company’s annual succession planning
Zuora heightens focus on ANZ region
Zuora has appointed two new territory account executives based in Sydney to support sales momentum and account management for the company’s ANZ growth
Violin Memory's new country manager to lead ANZ expansion
Violin Memory, the flash storage provider, has a new country manager for Australia and New Zealand to aid expansion in this market.
Solid Energy prepares for more job cuts at Stockton
State-owned coal miner Solid Energy is preparing for more redundancies at its Stockton mine, near Westport, as slumping global prices for coking coal
NZ Dollar Outlook: Kiwi may decline on greenback strength as RBNZ remains on hold
The New Zealand dollar may decline this week as the greenback strengthens on optimism the US economy is gearing up for interest rate rises.
Dicker Data slashes headcount
Dicker Data has cut 110 staff from its combined headcount since acquiring Express Data in April 2014.