How Agile prospers under TEAL management structures
Amidst organisational failures to successfully apply agile, the TEAL management philosophy shows promise in fully realising agile's potential, by prioritising adaptability, empowerment and self-governance in teams.
James Martin Institute guides NSW in AI development leadership
James Martin Institute has issued a guide for New South Wales to lead in AI regulation, fostering inclusive economic growth.
UK judges to use AI chatbot despite concerns over credibility issues
Despite credibility concerns, UK judges will use ChatGPT AI chatbot in legal rulings to process large text volumes.
Dell Technologies predicts major tech shifts in Asia Pacific & Japan
In a media briefing, Dell Technologies shared key tech trends set to shape the Asia Pacific and Japan region in 2024.
Zoom reports encouraging growth in third quarter financial results
Zoom surpasses expectations with encouraging Q3 results despite challenging market conditions. Revenue reaches $1.14bn, up 3.2%.
Surge in demand for enterprise architects in technological realm
Surge in demand for enterprise architects amid technological advancements, per Nash Squared Group's 2023 report.
Gen-AI could save office workers a day's labour per week, study finds
Generative AI could save office workers a day's work per week, according to a survey by SnapLogic. 47% are confident in its potential.
Netsafe & 2Degrees partner to promote smartphone safety to Kiwis
A UK grime artist, 2Degrees, and Netsafe have created a programme to teach Kiwi children about smartphone safety.
Infineon expands Singapore Co-Innovation space for startups
Infineon Technologies expands Co-Innovation Space in Singapore, offering more opportunities for start-ups in the Asia Pacific region.
Cybersecurity challenges persist for SMBs, revealing need for support
Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are struggling with cybersecurity challenges and lack necessary support - Sage report.
Janet Robb Joins ANS as Director of Customer Enablement to Bolster Digital Transformation
Manchester-based technology firm ANS has appointed Janet Robb as its new Director of Customer Enablement, to support customers with digital transformation.
Trellix appoints Luke Power as ANZ Managing Director
Luke Power has been appointed as ANZ Managing Director, bringing with him 20 years of experience in McAfee and Avaya.
Business Australia unveils new identity after rebranding
Business Australia has rebranded to My Business with a new logo, brand positioning campaign and visual identity culminating in an online platform.
TBM Council Board gains new tech executives
Global IT advocacy group, TBM Council, appoints new board members including Fumbi Chima and RJ Hazra to expand diversity and expertise.
Finally, the esports battleground is safer and fairer for everyone
Finally, the esports industry has something of a universal code of conduct when it comes to fair play and fun.
MPA scores Kiwi distribution agreement for global digital forensics software
Exposing cyber criminals is the name of the game for a new distributorship between Kiwi IT distribution specialist MPA and US-based provider Guidance.
Outlook not great for Fitbit, despite revamp
Fitbit's growth has slowed, with shares plummeting 31% after lowering its guidance for Q4 revenue growth to just 2-5%.
'LinkedIn for Youth' platform launches for students, graduates and educators
The platform connects youth, educators, service providers and businesses together to support students through education, training and employment.
Ministry videos to help deaf education
The Ministry of Education has released the last of a series of videos containing guidance for deaf youth and others involved in their education.
MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares fall, led by Fonterra fund, on lower dividend guidance
New Zealand shares fell, led by Fonterra Shareholders' Fund, after the world's biggest dairy exporter lowered its guidance for dividends.
Seeka post-harvest shed destroyed in fire, earnings likely to be unaffected
Seeka Kiwifruit Industries, the country's biggest kiwifruit grower, doesn't expect earnings to be materially affected by a fire that destroyed a shed.
Airwork affirms annual profit growth forecast; flags slowdown in helicopter trading
Airwork Holdings, the listed aviation business, still expects annual earnings to climb 48 percent this financial year even as a slowdown in helicop.
PGG Wrightson reaffirms 2015 earnings growth, signs of weak dairy weighing on market
PGG Wrightson, the rural services firm controlled by China's Agria Corp, has affirmed expectations for earnings growth in 2015 but is seeing 'signs.
CORRECT: Methven lifts 1H profit 3.4% on cost-cuts, lower tax bill
NZ's Methven sees 3.4% profit rise in H1, beating sales dip with cost cuts and tax savings. Eyes top-end annual earnings forecast.