Despite all the hype surrounding Green IT, many CIOs and senior IT executives are unsure about the best way to start their organisations on the green journey. In this special edition podcast, CIO Australia editor Matt Rodgers speaks to Sundeep Khisty, Green Practice Leader, HP Enterprise Services, Asia Pacific & Japan, about how CIOs can best guide IT to become a core part of a company's sustainability strategy.
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CIO industry insight podcast #11: Brad Howarth talks about the future of broadband 15 June, 2011 09:17:33Journalist for CIO Australia, Lisa Banks, chats to Brad Howarth about A Faster Future; the book he co-authored with Janelle Ledwidge.
CIO Live Podcast #89: Graham Waller, vice president and executive partner, Gartner 24 November, 2010 14:34:44CIO Australia editor, Georgina Swan, talks with Graham Waller, co-author of The CIO Edge - 7 Leadership Skills you need to drive results. The book examines the key skills CIOs need and how to develop them,focusing on the importance of the interplay between IT processes and people leadership.
CIO industry insight podcast #10: Rob Livingstone discusses the instruments required to fly into the cloud 14 October, 2010 10:08:38CIO Australia editor, Georgina Swan, talks to the 'accidental CIO' about the opportunities and pitfalls of the cloud
CIO Industry Insight Podcast #9: Tim Ayling, Chief Executive Officer, Platform46 06 August, 2010 09:22:40CIO Australia editor, Georgina Swan, talks with Platform46 CEO, Tim Ayling, about collaboration in the enterprise.
Special Report: Green and Sustainable IT in the Enterprise 15 April, 2010 11:58:23Despite all the hype surrounding Green IT, many CIOs and senior IT executives are unsure about the best way to start their organisations on the green journey. In this special edition podcast, CIO Australia editor Matt Rodgers speaks to Sundeep Khisty, Green Practice Leader, HP Enterprise Services, Asia Pacific & Japan, about how CIOs can best guide IT to become a core part of a company's sustainability strategy.
AusCERT 2013: Cloud-based scanner identifies new malware by its ancestry 23 May, 2013 14:46:44Polymorphic malware may be good at evading signature-based scanning engines, but the application of advanced algorithms to terabytes’ worth of malware dumps is enabling one Deakin University PhD student to detect even new strains of malware by assessing their similarity to existing, known malicious code.
Nation's power grid under constant cyberattack, but Congress lax 23 May, 2013 13:49:42Utilities' cyber defense efforts said to be rapped by legislators, Congressional report finds
For security's sake, upgrade to a newer version of Office 23 May, 2013 16:44:00Russell Caplan still uses Office 2003, which Microsoft will stop supporting next year.Russell Caplan still uses Office 2003, which Microsoft will stop supporting next year. He asked if he will need to upgrade to a more current version.
U.S. urged to let companies 'hack-back' at IP cyber thieves 23 May, 2013 19:29:17Best defense against American IP theft may be legalizing cyber offense, U.S. commission saysU.S. companies should be allowed to take aggressive countermeasures against hackers seeking to steal their intellectual property, contends the private Commission on the Theft of American Intellectual Property.
AusCERT 2013: Low-level analysis can find, map data deleted from Android phones 23 May, 2013 15:05:03Android-based smartphones are not only gaining notoriety as being susceptible to malware, but research presented by a Queensland University of Technology (QUT) forensic expert confirms that it’s possible to extract personal information from an Android phone long after that data has been deleted.
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