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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.
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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.
Researchers find critical vulnerabilities in popular game engines 21 May, 2013 18:42:08Attackers could exploit the flaws to compromise game clients and servers, researchers from ReVuln saidSecurity researchers found serious vulnerabilities in the engines of several popular first-person shooter video games that could allow attackers to compromise their online servers and the computers of players accessing them.
Microsoft may be scanning your Skype messages 21 May, 2013 20:40:48Microsoft appears to be peeking into Skype messages for security reasons, according to Ars Technica.If you have any expectations about the privacy of your Skype communications, you may want to reassess them.
Pentagon clearance for iOS could open even more doors for Apple in the private sector 21 May, 2013 16:24:09Industries like finance and healthcare may take a closer look at iOS now that it has the Pentagon seal of approval.The Pentagon's decision to grant Apple the security clearance required for iOS 6 devices to go head-to-head with BlackBerry 10 and certain Samsung Galaxy S4 devices on secure military networks could have with a cascading effect that spills over into the private sector.
Don't let IT foul the nest 21 May, 2013 18:37:03Could the police adopt Google Glass? Michael Foreman looks at what could happen if reality eyewear becomes a law enforcement tool"Well, I'm not having them in my house," was the immediate and somewhat indignant verdict on the Google Glass concept from a not too tech-savvy friend. I had just given her a run down on some of the possible Google Glass features and how the device might be abused by a gatecrasher to gain entry to a party for example.
ACMA database keeps finger on Australia’s malware pulse 21 May, 2013 12:21:04Australian ISPs and universities are sending more than 10,000 emails a day to warn customers their systems appear to be infected by malware – but as few as one in five is ever read by its recipient, statistics from the Australian Communications and Media Authority’s (ACMA’s) Australian Internet Security Initiative (AISI) show.
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