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Life after Dotcom as Mega makes local CEO move...
"Our business model is based on providing free storage of up to 50 GB, with a premium service for greater storage on a monthly, recurring revenue basis."
Tele-gone? Workers rebel as Moutter-Gate saga continues...
"I loved my job but now i wake up to days when i dont feel like going to work. Happy staff means more productivity for the company."
Employees don't stop being consumers at work... CEOs must digitalise
The industry is currently witnessing the rise of what Gartner calls the "business consumer" — an employee for whom business activities are one part of a wider lifestyle.
CEOs take note... It’s an Internet of Products too
The Internet of Things is a curious name for what happens when objects other than computers, start to become electronically networked.
2015... the year of the Digital Risk Officer?
More than half of CEOs will have a senior "digital" leader role in their staff by the end of 2015.
"Watershed" moment as Infosys recruits first external CEO
"Sikka will be the first CEO that is neither part of the founding generation nor an insider from Infosys."
Chance to rub shoulders with top Kiwi business leaders nearly up
New Zealanders have less than two days left to bid for a one-on-one business mentoring lunch with the decision makers at the top of some of the country's most-renowned companies.
NZ's top business leaders up for charity auction...
Entrepreneurs and CEOs of companies, from Coca-Cola to Trelise Cooper, Air New Zealand to The Warehouse will be taking part in a unique charity auction for ChildFund New Zealand.
Forget the budget, where does your IT funding come from?
"This high level of unconventional funding from outside IT, while aiding growth, may contribute to integration issues in the short term and governance in the long term."
Enterprise applications must be more agile
Gartner questions that are on the mind of IT and business leaders when embracing the Nexus of Forces and the imperatives that organisations are facing with their application strategy.
Gartner: Many CEOs say Digital, but think E-business
Less than a quarter of CEOs appreciate what digital business is really starting to mean. They must start pursuing that agenda now. If they are still catching up with the old e-business stuff, it’s going to be a hard ride.
Gartner: What CEOs think of Digital Business...
"CEOs are undoubtedly taking a greater interest in applying technology more aggressively in their organisations..."
Gartner: CEO and CFO’s should take note of Bitcoin...
For such organisations that understand their information assets need to be valued and managed as assets, using Bitcoin as the valuation method could h
Symantec sacks CEO for second time in two years
"This considered decision was the result of an ongoing deliberative process, and not precipitated by any event or impropriety."
Microsoft CEO search arrives at Google's door...
It was a done deal they said. Satya Nadella was home and dry they said. But now, the head executive for Google Chrome and Apps is in pole position for the Redmond hot seat...
Microsoft set to announce new CEO...
Four months after Microsoft announced that CEO Steve Ballmer would retire, the software giant is reportedly close to naming a replacement.
10, 9, 8, 7, wait, is Ballmer still here…?
Redmond will ring in the New Year with Steve Ballmer still in the Microsoft hot-seat, with the tech giant not set to appoint a new CEO until early 2014.
Is Ford CEO Mullaly no longer in the Microsoft driving seat?
"Frankly, he has told us that his plan is to stay with Ford through the end of 2014."
Nokia's Elop out as Race for Redmond narrows...
Former Nokia CEO Stephen Elop looks to have missed out on the Redmond hot seat, with speculation mounting that Microsoft has cut its CEO candidates field in half.
How many CEO’s to screw in a lightbulb
Is it just me or has the CEO title recently fallen pray to title inflation?
Emotional Gates has met with "a lot of CEO candidates"
Despite breaking down during Steve Ballmer's farewell speech, Microsoft chairman Bill Gates admits the company has met with "a lot of CEO candidates" in a bid to find his replacement.
Positive year end pending for ICT jobs
With 220,000 jobs advertised on New Zealand's largest job source, SEEK, since January, all is pointing to a positive finish for the job market as the year draws to a close.
Will smart machines absorb millions of human jobs…?
Sixty percent of CEOs believe that the emergence of smart machines capable of absorbing millions of middle-class jobs within 15 years is a "futurist fantasy" - but Gartner disagrees...
Top Microsoft investors want Bill Gates out
Rumours are rife that three high ranking Redmond investors are trying to remove Microsoft's founder as chairman of its board in a bid to drive the company forward.