PwC stories - Page 2
Sailpoint outlines deployment options for identity governance platform
The options span SaaS and public/private cloud as well as deployment options via a managed service provider.
PwC: NZ home to world’s most pessimistic CEOs
PwC New Zealand’s 21st CEO Survey shows NZ CEOs expect the worst for the global economy but are positive about their own company's success.
Cybercrime becomes most common form of fraud in UK
PwC's study has found for the first time ever cybercrime has become the most common form of fraud with nearly a quarter resulting in a loss of £700k.
New IT training initiative targeting 1m people launched by World Economic Forum
The Initiative has the goal of sorting the global skills gap and addressing job displacement arising from automation - with a number of big partners.
Innovation Pools & Waterfalls: PwC designs workplace of the future
“We want people to connect with them in a direct and meaningful way, and we always try to ensure people have an emotive response to our spaces."
New Zealand staff responsible for 29.6% of cyber attacks - report
“Building and maintaining trust is going to be the greatest differentiator for New Zealand businesses in our digital society."
Innovation or irrelevance: The price of digital disruption
Amazon is just the latest guise of the combined business threats of innovation and competition in the marketplace.
Enterprise infrastructure migration waits for no one
As data center demands grow, what’s the effect on enterprise’s infrastructure and how will that impact manageability and potential downtime?
HPE & PwC team up in Kolkata to accelerate smart city development
Together the heavyweights will be creating a Center of Excellence to advance development for future cities by capitalizing on the Internet of Things.
NSW payment security provider scores advisory deal with PwC
"There is no certainty that the payee name an authorising officer sees on the payment screen or payment report is the actual recipient of the funds."
VMware A/NZ's latest recruitment comes straight from PwC Australia
Matt Chamley joins VMware after less than a year a PwC Australia, where he led the company’s IT service strategy, engineering and operations.
Kiwi company paving the way to brave new AI world – PwC report
PwC’s Commercialising Innovation Report found AI will boost the global economy by $21.6 trillion by 2030.
It takes a village: HPE & PwC partner to build smart cities
IoT is a quickly expanding part of the digital revolution and it requires partners to team together. No one vendor can do it all.
New Zealand companies lagging behind in creating human-centric customer experiences – PwC
Only 6% of Kiwi companies are thinking about creating better customer experiences while 76% are focused on growing their revenues.
Startups: You’re hogging the FinTech limelight, says PwC survey
PwC’s New Zealand Global FinTech Report says that startups are taking up too much of the limelight when it comes to FinTech.
ARANZ Geo scores spot in 2017 Hi-Tech awards line up
“The Hi-Tech Awards continue to be the New Zealand technology industry's most important celebration of success,"
Kiwi CEOs: Skills shortage, cyber security & the digitised world
“Technology has had a massive impact on the speed at which we operate, especially when it comes to the global market."
PwC wins iSANZ award for interactive cyber security simulation
“It’s great to see this level of awareness and commitment to the very real threats of cyber security.”
PwC and Microsoft partner to kickstart India's digital transformation
“They will be the first Advisory company who will be part of the Microsoft Cloud Services Program in India."
Mass adoption of cloud and rise of digital business blurring traditional cyber security
“As a result, New Zealand companies are struggling to respond to the added complexity.”
Could the FinTech revolution lead to more collaboration?
Today, the payments sector is one of the most digitally disrupted in the world. Transactions are made through third-party apps.
Tech-hungry businesses need to find their inner child
is enough innovation coming out of our big companies? The world loves emerging technologies, but have businesses lost their sense of play?
Kiwi insurance firm builds cybercrime fighting army
“Businesses need to be clear that cyber security is not just about IT triage."
Cyber crime rife around the globe, Australia 'top hotspot'
"The message is clear: the burden of preventing, protecting and responding to economic crime rests firmly with organisations themselves."