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IT Professionals NZ is New Zealand's body for software and IT Professionals. With thousands of members, ITP is the largest and most trusted tech body in NZ.

ITP is a community of IT professionals who care deeply about professional practice in IT. ITP helps develop its members, sets standards and recognises those who aspire to excellence, and works as the voice of the IT profession to Government and others. [more]

IT Professionals NZ is a trading name of the Institute of IT Professionals NZ Inc.

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Low-power Wide-area Networks, and the Internet of Things

Low-power wide-area networks (LPWAN), and the Internet of Things (IoT) are a very new set of technologies which are central to the next industrial revolution "Industry 4. 0" - which includes cyber-physical...

Business case essentials

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How are decisions made in your organisation? Are there projects that get started, but nobody is sure why? And are there projects that never seem to deliver the value everyone seems to expect? The ability to define and describe an idea, and get support for taking action, is the primary purpose of a business case. But in many cases, this is overlooked. This half-day workshop will help you put together strong business cases that work....

Understanding IT Governance

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IT Governance is focused on the leadership, structures and processes that ensure that an organisation's information technology sustains and extends the overall organisation's strategies and objectives. This workshop explores and explains IT Governance in depth and covers the building blocks to enable effective IT Governance in your organisation....

University of Otago Dental School Redevelopment: the ICT systems to support this state-of-the-art facility.

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The ITP Dunedin Branch is thrilled to invite you to a presentation by Emerson Pratt. This presentation will be an insider's look at the ICT systems that will support the state-of-the-art facility that...

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