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It’s that time of year again for every CIO to reflect and think about what they want for the coming year ahead. No, this doesn't have to involve gadgets or really, really cool technology. Instead, it’s a much broader wishlist that looks at some of the common challenges facing the modern CIO.
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Working on cloud, mobile and information projects within international analyst firm, Gartner, while keeping the CFO happy is a balancing act which global CIO Darko Hrelic has juggled for almost six years.
As more enterprises invest in big data, 960,000 new IT jobs will be created in the Asia-Pacific region in the next three years, but only one-third of these big data roles will be filled due to a skills shortage, according to a Gartner analyst.
Only 12 per cent of respondents voiced their intention of upgrading to Windows 8 in the next six months, a result that does not surprise MYOB chief strategy officer, John Moss.
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National Australia Bank (NAB) has implemented a new banking software platform designed to improve customer service delivery.
Rolling out a new server OS such as Windows Server 2012 doesn’t have to be a struggle for the IT department. Two of Microsoft's Australian customers talk about their deployment and future technology projects.
Europe's competition watchdog on Wednesday closed an in-depth investigation and approved plans by three British telecoms companies to create a joint “mobile wallet” venture.
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