The agency engaged Sungard Availability Services to provide cloud and managed services built on the Cisco Unified Computing System.
Westpac Group has appointed former CBA tech transformation specialist Dave Curran as its new CIO.
People who work at startups are not smarter, they're just hungry and willing to take risks.
There’s more to renewable energy than just a smart grid, and it’s going to have to integrate with many different systems and connected devices if it is going to provide any real value.
CIOs and other IT leaders gathered at Sydney's Hilton Hotel for the 2014 CIO Summit.
- How to Extend Your Home Wi-Fi Network
- CIOs and CMOs Have Failure to Communicate
- New Executive Skill Sets Emerge in CIO 100 Award Winners
- Tips for Measuring and Improving Employee Engagement
- How to Get Started With GitHub
- HCF to provide remote health monitoring to 3,300 patients
- Bitcoin and the obscurity of the blockchain
- Westpac appoints Dave Curran as CIO
- Australia’s largest supercomputer turns one
- CIOs Describe Turning Points In Their Careers
- CIO 100 Winners Turn Analytics Into Money-Making New Products
- Architectural Firm Puts Giant Data Files in the Cloud
- For Top CIOs, Success Breeds Success
- Analytics Project Wins New Business for Insurance Company
- It's a Seller's Market for IT Professionals
- 9 Tips for Selecting and Implementing an ERP System
- Business Leaders Who Think Strategically About IT Infrastructure Drive Results
- Full-time Health IT Workers Aren't As Happy As Consultants
- Is Silicon Valley's Image Going Up in Flames?
- Why corporates can’t innovate like startups
- New e-health dashboard helps GPs benchmark performance
- We Are All Plank-Owners now
- How to Repair Broken Relationships with Co-Workers
- Top Leadership Quality Isn't What You'd Expect
- How to Protect Personal, Corporate Information When You Travel
Former Australian soldier Matina Jewell knows a thing or two about leading a team. She shared her experiences as a United Nations peacekeeper during the 2006 Lebanon War with attendees at this year’s CIO Summit.
Computer problems with the U.S. State Department's system for issuing passports and visas may have affected up to 200,000 people, it emerged Thursday, as the scale of the problem became clear for the first time.
At the heart of any good relationship is communication, yet a new study shows that CIOs and CMOs are terrible at it. They're not speaking the same language, bicker about the tech budget and argue over who should take ownership of mobile apps.
Not-for-profit health insurer HCF is rolling out an initiative that will enable 3,300 people with chronic illnesses to use Internet-connected biometric monitoring devices to manage their health.
Tracking Bitcoin transactions and identifying people on the blockchain is no easy task, leaving law enforcement agencies worried about criminals using it to do their dodgy business in private.
Westpac Group has appointed Dave Curran as its new CIO.
Raijin, the Southern Hemisphere’s most powerful supercomputer, on Thursday celebrated its first birthday. It has been in production since mid-June last year.
When you meet people who work in startups, you can sometimes sense that they are naïve. This may be correct but this sense of innocence is perhaps the reason why they have so many good ideas.
A new dashboard for e-health measures has been developed to help GPs benchmark their goals in primary healthcare against others nationally.
Banks are reminding consumers that they will no longer be able to sign when they make purchases on their debit and credit cards in Australia from 1 August 2014. Instead, people will need to use a PIN – part of a move to decrease card fraud in Australia.
Vodafone is halfway through its three-year turnaround initiative, Vodafone's chief marketer Kim Clarke this week told the ADMA Forum in Sydney.
Suncorp Life’s CIO, Fiona Floyd, has quit her post as the organisation embarks on an internal restructure.
IT leaders gathered at Sydney's Hilton Hotel to discuss how they provide users with a unified experience across all devices on the corporate network, and secure them without significantly increasing costs.
Vodafone on Tuesday announced it had reallocated its low-band 850MHz mobile spectrum to boost 4G network coverage – particularly indoors – for 1.5 million of its existing customers.
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Android ransomware, which displays a message that claims to be from the Australian Federal Police (AFP) and other local law enforcement authorities, has affected 6,223 Australians since May 2014, according to research by Kaspersky Lab.
Companies like Amazon have demonstrated to the world how to successfully leverage corporate knowledge. Why can't you?
- Most USB thumb drives can be reprogrammed to silently infect computers
- Attackers exploit remote access tools to compromise retail systems
- US judge rules against Microsoft in email privacy case
- Twitter reports a rise in government data requests
- Tor points finger at US researchers after possible compromise of service