Welcome to IITP New Zealand
The Institute of IT Professionals NZ (formerly the NZ Computer Society, NZCS) is New Zealand's leading body for those working or studying in Software and Information Technology (IT) related fields.
With thousands of members throughout New Zealand and direct relationships with Government, academia and the industry, IITP is the authoritative voice of the Information Technology profession.
IITP runs hundreds of presentations, events and courses for IT professionals alongside a suite of projects from school outreach to tertiary accreditation, mentoring, certification of IT Professionals and much more.
Upcoming Events and Workshops
Identity Verification: RealMe for business
Subsequent to the presentation on 28 August from Joanne Knight, DIA, titled "Changing names and identity fraud," David Roberts from NZ Post will provide a follow-up session on the DIA/NZ Post partnership
The Internet's Own Boy: Private Screening
Happy New Year Otago and Southland IITP members. We've scheduled an early year get together for Tuesday, Feb 3rd which will be open to members and others. Please come and join your IITP colleagues at a
Thursday Night Curry
Waikato ICT Community - Drinks, Curry and Get Together! . Come and join the Waikato Branch of the Institute of IT Professionals for the monthly social get together for the local tech community. Pop along
TPN Presents: How industry leading teams take the business on a journey
Good news: Gojko Adzic - one of the world's foremost software thought leaders - is back in NZ in February and you are invited to come along and hear him speak in Wellington for FREE. If you are an IT professional
Understanding IT Governance
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.
Blogging: The delicate dance between personal opinion and professional standing
Blogging helps us collaborate with each other in ways that we haven't seen before, creating a community of people who express personal and professional opinion. While it can be good for your brand and