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JEHAN CASINADER: Covid’s second wave should be no surprise

Jehan Casinader
Sat, 15 Aug 2020

Jehan Casinader
Sat, 15 Aug 2020
Which part of the word “pandemic” is hard to understand? There’s a virus sweeping the globe, and it has left 750,000 people dead. We knew this. And yet, the re-emergence of covid came as a shock. That’s because New Zealand had enjoyed two months of total bliss. Under level 1, we had returned to our pre-covid innocence. No physical distancing? No worries. The rest of the world was envious of what we had: a coronavirus holiday – a lengthy reprieve from the virus. We enjoyed it so much that we took...

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Information governance in the age of data: Where to from here?

As data increasingly drives industry, commerce and public security, it has become obvious that organisations need to lift their game, particularly in the area of information governance.