KPMG news stories - Page 2
Kiwi business? Ignoring security? You might face a triple backlash
New Zealand’s SMB must face up to the reasons why they need better cybersecurity, or risk backlash from the law, customers & partners.
Project managers need to upskill in order to deliver – KPMG report
KPMG’s Project Management Survey 2017 revealed that two-thirds of projects undertaken in New Zealand are failing.
Kiwi employees vulnerable to phishing attacks, report finds
“Unfortunately the results were not surprising – as phishing emails are becoming increasingly convincing and sophisticated."
KPMG Australia ups ante, officially enters software market
“It’s an exciting step, and one which heralds a shift in focus around innovation within and for KPMG."
It's crunch time: CEOs say next three years critical to growth
Seventy-two percent of CEOs believe that the next three years will be more critical to their industry than the previous 50 years.
Cybersecurity battling with "ruthless and efficient" cyber criminals
Half of IT decision makers have no real strategy to protect against digital crime even though 94% are aware of it. Instead, they feel constrained.
Cyber security: do CEOs need to step up?
“Collectively we sleepwalked into a position of vulnerability when it comes to cyber."
KPMG NZ earns global Microsoft partner recognition
“Microsoft is honoured to recognise KPMG NZ for their achievements this past year and their dedication and support of Microsoft Dynamic applications."
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KPMG reveals CEOs goals and fears for the next three years
CEOs continue to transform their organisations and are more concerned about product relevance, customer loyalty and keeping current with new tech.
NZ bank profits down slightly on record Sept quarter, margins still healthy
New Zealand bank profits fell slightly in the December quarter from the record results in the previous quarter even as their net interest margins - th
Xero sets its sights on Asia, first stop, Singapore
Xero has entered into a strategic partnership with KPMG in Singapore in order to help it extend its global reach.
If you're out of the cloud, you're out of the game
In order to stay ahead of the game, businesses need to keep pace with the rapid evolution of cloud computing.
Massey University plugs NZ skills shortage with new big data degree
Massey University has announced it is launching New Zealand’s first business-focused analytics degree next month to address the skills shortage in ana
Millions of data under risk across global businesses
Company hacking reaches new high, risking personal data of millions across the world.
Optimation appoints manager of consulting - Updated
Former Dimension Data principal consultant rounds out 'national IT consulting practice'.
GRAPPLING WITH GST
Financial managers are pondering what this year's Budget will hold.
US confidence good for NZ industry
A recent survey found that IT company confidence is expected to rapidly outpace economic growth in the US, which KPMG believes spells good news for the local IT industry.