COVID-19

Alvina Antar, CIO, Okta
A glowing blue arrow speeds ahead of a pack of black arrows [lead / compete / momentum / growth]

The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic's impact on world economies.

Exclusive survey: How IT is recovering from the COVID-19 crisis

IT leaders’ initial responses to COVID-19 helped keep many businesses open — now the emphasis is on thriving, not just surviving.

Dylan weymouth, noel leeming/the warehouse group

How Noel Leeming retooled its digital assistant for the pandemic

The Nola digital assistant started as an in-store kiosk but was made into an online chatbot as the lockdown closed stores, and pushed customers to the web.

waikato university student centre

University of Waikato leads the way with campus contact tracing

Its check-in approach could help universities throughout the world more safely let students return to campus—and help bring international students back to New Zealand.

coronavirus remote worker work from home romolotavani getty

A 10-point plan for addressing WFH cybersecurity challenges

Back in early Spring, ensuring users could access the necessary applications securely from home was priority No. 1. Now, 3-4 months later, work from home looks like it's here to stay … for a while, at least. Here's your to-do list for...

Man standing with fingers crossed hopeful

NZ tech leaders shift from COVID-19 response and recovery to hope

After six months, New Zealand CIOs can—and should—start focusing on growth and other positive initiatives for their businesses.

itil tips for implementation lightbulb innovation process strategy iot by ipopba getty

The pandemic pivot: IT leaders innovate on the fly

Already accustomed to moving quickly, CIOs are testing and scrapping new solutions to accommodate customers. Their work could provide blueprints for future innovation.

COVID-19 coronavirus morphology / network of cells

7 steps to prepare IT for a second-wave COVID-19 outbreak

Lessons learned to date promise to help IT weather a second round of COVID-19 lockdowns this winter. Following a few basic suggestions could spell the difference between a trouble-free transition to remote teams and a viral meltdown.

cockpit airline airplane control pilot by southerlycourse getty

The 7 most popular IT pilot projects today

The coronavirus pandemic has IT leaders shaking up IT priorities, with innovation pilots shifting to areas and technologies best suited to set up their organizations for near-term success.

health analytics ts

COVID-19 shines spotlight on data and analytics in healthcare

New Zealand’s Āwhina app has put tailored information into the hands of health workers, presenting an opportunity for CIOs to up their data game.

Recruitment  >  Hiring compass pointing toward talent

IT leaders juggle staffing strategies, post-COVID

As project priorities (and IT budgets) shift, CIOs are rethinking how to acquire much needed skills in uncertain times.

porting converting merge switch train track

What stays and what goes: CIOs shuffle IT project priorities

Responding to rapidly shifting business needs, CIOs are reprioritizing IT projects to position their organizations for future growth.

Webinar screenshot
video

Business continuity during COVID-19: How CISOs and CIOs work together

Sarah Winmill, CIO - Business Functions, at the UK Ministry of Defence, and Quentyn Taylor, Director of Information Security at Canon EMEA, discuss work collaboration during the pandemic.

CIO-CISO Collaboration webinars
video

CIO-CISO Collaboration: How to Prioritise IT and Security Budgets

In this webinar, Davide Del Vecchio, CISO at a UK sports and entertainment technology provider, and Chris Adjei-Ampofo, CIO at Uphold Inc, discuss how CISOs and CIOs can collaborate in a time when budgets might be constrained.

man with mask office after covid coronavirus social distancing by martin dm getty images

3 factors for implementing contact tracing in the workplace

As businesses plan to return to the office, CIOs need to develop a contact tracing strategy for a safe working environment.

Bridging skills gap

Reskilling revolution: Enterprises accelerate remote learning amid pandemic

To keep ahead of the digital curve, Shell, S&P Global and BMW are embracing MOOCs to train staff in emerging technologies.

analyzing performance of wireless mobile connectivity data statistics

How Stats NZ democratised the use of data

A customisable ingestion layer makes it easy for agencies to provide data in their native formats, smoothing the path for sharing data.

woman writing on wall whiteboarding process post its roadmap by peopleimages gettyimages 869651692

CIOs rethink the 18-month IT plan, post-COVID

The dramatic events of 2020 have IT leaders adjusting mid-range roadmaps on the fly, fast-tracking productivity, automation and customer initiatives while forgoing previously planned upgrades.

remote worker / digital nomad / coder / developer / programmer / headphones / laptop / MacBook

5 tips for remote IT onboarding

If you’re hiring during the pandemic, onboarding can be tricky. IT leaders share advice for developing a secure, seamless onboarding process for new IT hires at a distance.

Load More