Sarah Putt

New Zealand Editor

Sarah Putt is the New Zealand editor for CIO and Computerworld.

Benefits of backing girls in tech: NZ team scores in Technovation

Māori participation in IT: diversity insights for CIOs

Māori participation in IT: diversity insights for CIOs

Why promoting true cultural diversity in an organisation takes more than just filling a quota.

How to teach a chatbot to speak Samoan

How to teach a chatbot to speak Samoan

NZ-based engineering consulting firm Beca looks to natural language processing to improve community engagement.

What CIOs need to know about NZ’s 2020 Privacy Act reforms

What CIOs need to know about NZ’s 2020 Privacy Act reforms

Privacy Commissioner John Edwards explains how CIOs both in New Zealand and abroad can prepare.

How University of Auckland mapped its IT capabilities for continuous change

How University of Auckland mapped its IT capabilities for continuous change

Using the SFIA framework to discover the skills and talents you actually have and then align training and work to the team’s actual capabilities enables more agile, flexible IT.

NZ telco tackles remote working — before, during and after the lockdown

NZ telco tackles remote working — before, during and after the lockdown

Vocus CTO Steve Kurzeja on moving towards a hybrid workforce.

After Signal: A proposal to address NZ’s ICT skills shortage

After Signal: A proposal to address NZ’s ICT skills shortage

The more independent Reserve Bank model is proposed as a model for the New Zealand education sector struggling to produce graduates with the necessary digital skills.

Silicon Valley Careers Down Under

Kiwi developers may no longer need to travel to achieve a global career, as local software companies offer opportunities similar to those available in the iconic Silicon Valley.

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