Qual IT is pleased to announce that Richard Clough has been promoted to Portfolio Manager - Business Analysis (BA). We take 5 minutes with Richard to explore how BA’s are bringing IT closer to the business, by helping them identify and resolve the increasingly complex issues they are facing, and enabling clients to derive value much quicker and to greater effect from their IT investments.
From the drivers behind changing tech, to the trends driving it, understand how tech is transforming today and the future with insights from a global tech commentator.
The concept of cloud computing is currently one of the mega trends driving the technology revolution for businesses. With this in mind, we wanted to look at what is fuelling the cloud adoption process.
The NZ Transport Agency, along with the NZ Police and Metservice, recognised the need for greater safety measures along the Kaimai Ranges.
We speak to CIO of the Year nominee and Qual IT client, David Kennedy Global CIO of payment solutions provider Transaction Services Group (TSG), which includes companies in the UK, Australia, US and NZ.
In 2015, it was estimated that security service spend reached $76 billion (NZD) worldwide. This figure shows how much importance is being placed on keeping data and systems safe. When new IT development is a large investment to your company, a 68% is major loss and can potentially cripple many organisations.
Digital transformation, by definition, is the “profound and accelerating transformation of business activities, processes, competencies and models to fully leverage the changes and opportunities of digital technologies and their impact across society in a strategic and prioritised way, with present and future shifts in mind.”
The rate at which digital is being adopted across the globe means that soon, there will be no space for non-adoption businesses who aren’t integrating key concepts, such as big data, cyber-security, social, mobility and the cloud.
Orion Health’s joint venture HealthOne was announced as the winner of the Qual IT ‘Best Technology Solution for the Public Sector’ category at the Hi-Tech Awards gala dinner on Friday.
HealthOne came about as a response to the Canterbury Earthquakes where clinics were forced to close and patients had to go elsewhere, without any of their patient records.