Your success as an IT pro depends on your ability to negotiate and secure necessary resources from clients and other staff members.
Australia has ranked 8th in the world in its use of ICT, according to the 2014 Global Innovation Index.
The Australian collaboration economy is worth $46 billion but $5.4 billion is wasted on overlong meetings, distractions and failed projects, according to a new Deloitte report.
GovHack's national coordinator, Pia Waugh, provides some examples.
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As an IT professional, you negotiate every day. If you’re launching a new app, for instance, how many times do you negotiate with people?
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Fujitsu will provide a cloud email service for 27,000 mailboxes across the New South Wales government.
Defence and technology company Lockheed Martin is looking for a CISO, who will be based in Canberra.
The University of Queensland will soon deploy a new high performance parallel computer cluster to support intensive data modelling in advanced materials, vaccines, systems, and technologies in several research areas.
2014 has featured crop circles, advanced toilet tech, flying saucers, wild software development
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