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"It's an architectural issue for us," says Stephen Little
Traditional banks’ market share in non-cash payments is projected to decline to half of the forecast 800 billion transactions by 2024
Take the security conversation outside of IT, says PwC Australia national cyber leader Steve Ingram
National Library of Australia sees a digital future where 3 petabytes of content is being accessed online and through mobile devices
- CBS Interactive CIO Says Shadow IT Is an Opportunity
- Oracle A/NZ boss to fix 'problematic' engagement model
- Considering CRM Consolidation Amid Corporate Merger Mania
- Pharma CIO Taps Into the Silicon Valley Talent Pool
- Satellite radar measurements map the seafloor
- U.S. Lags in Broadband Speed Due to Serious Lack of Competition
- Local Virtual Desktops May Be the (Old) New Thing in BYOD
- 4 smartwatches (almost) ready for business use
- ANZ Banking Group leverages SaaS for global growth
- Lack of cyber security investment could backfire on boards: PwC
- Mobile payments to grow 60.8% by 2015: Capgemini
- Federal government fast-tracks mobile services
- In pictures: Oracle takes over San Francisco
- 'Cloud gives me a little bit of a headache,' says Xerox CIO
- Private Health Insurance Exchanges Poised for 'Hypergrowth'
- How Live Tweeting Is Changing Broadcast Media
- Apple's 'Health' App Is Like 'Passbook' for Fitness Data
- In-Flight Phone Calls Could Spark High-Altitude Brawls
- Commonwealth Bank seeks data scientist
- Queensland Rail selects Tait for digital migration of its radio communications network
- Macquarie University takes gamification to new level
- Lockheed Martin to open $8m Melbourne ICT engineering centre
- Inside the Secret Clash of CIOs and CMOs
- Apple (Mostly) Not To Blame In iPhone 6 Plus 'Bendgate' Fiasco
- Intel Encourages Women to Pursue Cloud Training
New Worlds simulation game to be trialled with postgraduate students in first semester of 2015
Microsoft's first glimpse of next year's new Windows fixes obvious flaws and borrows from Apple's OSes
Oracle Australia's MD, Tim Ebbeck, has vowed to improve the computing giant's relationship with local customers, admitting on Wednesday that despite liking the company's technology, organisations "don't like dealing with us".
An international team of scientists have created a map of the seafloor using a depth sounding technique and satellite radar measurements of ocean surfaces.
ANZ’s international expansion strategy will see an expanded use of a software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform to support its global trade program, supported by an extended seven-and-half-year agreement with technology and business process firm CGI Group.
The number of reported cyber security incidents globally rose 48 per cent to A$42.8 million in 2013, the equivalent of 117,339 attacks per day, according to PwC’s latest Global State of Information Security Survey.
Mobile payments are projected to grow by 60.8 per cent to 47 billion transactions through to 2015, up from 29.2bn in 2013, according to Capgemini’s World Payments Report 2014.
The Australian government’s roadmap for mobile services has received a boost with the creation of a “whole-of-government” panel of solutions providers. This panel meets an escalating demand for mobile products as agencies ramp up anywhere, anytime service delivery.
Eftpos has switched on new centralised payments infrastructure that is meant to speed up the rollout of products including Eftpos online and mobile payments.
Microsoft is promising customers who upgrade to the Windows 10 operating system (OS) a number of security features including the creation of secure user IDs and containerisation of business data.
Forbes’ annual list of the 400 Wealthiest Americans is out and techies make a strong showing yet again.
Oracle's annual OpenWorld talkfest is happening this week in San Francisco. Around 60,000 attendees heard about the computing giant's cloud strategy as well as swag of new infrastructure and software products.
Xerox's global CIO, Stephen Little, says the cloud infrastructure model gives him a "little bit of a headache" due to the complexity of the organisation's worldwide IT environment and sheer number of integrated systems.
Staffing & Retention
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) is seeking to recruit a lead data scientist to provide insights for its Customer Engagement and Decision Science (CE&DS) team.
Security and Privacy
Australian Privacy Commissioner Timothy Pilgrim is urging government agencies and businesses to protect their IT systems against the Bourne Again Shell (Bash) vulnerability.
Largest rail network in Australia is upgrading systems across 50 sites.
- IBM’s SoftLayer on the back foot in big Xen bug reboot
- Report: LulzSec leader directed cyberattacks while working for FBI
- Xen Project discloses serious vulnerability that impacts virtualized servers
- Expert: Basic hacks can compromise industrial control systems
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