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By 2022, the chief digital officer (CDO) title will be in decline, as digital will have become fully embedded into business, according to IDC.
No one was hurt or at risk of being injured in the February 11 incident, the mining company said.
Smart furniture sensors enable council to access information on the daily use of public spaces and obtain data for more efficient maintenance and waste services.
For the first time, the University of Sydney hired a security guard to man the door at a public lecture this week, given by the director of digital espionage research centre Citizen Lab, Ron Deibert.
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Australians are set to be among the first to be exposed to what NAB subsidiary, UBank, is calling the world’s first AI-based digital home loan application assistant called Mia (My Interactive Agent).
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The CIO Executive Council recently held its 2018 Pathways graduation at the Hilton Hotel Sydney. Pathways graduates attended from all states throughout Australia and New Zealand after completing a 12 month accelerated leadership development program.
Australian CIOs continue to embrace digital transformation strategies at accelerated rates and increasingly recognise they need to transform data into actionable intelligence to succeed. Now more than ever, CIOs need to enable smarter decision-making, strengthen customer relationships and drive growth - and are turning to the power of business intelligence, advanced analytics - and even artificial intelligence - to achieve real-world tangible results. A group of IT leaders gathered in Sydney to discuss their challenges and opportunities in the business intelligence and data analytics journey.
Tech execs gathered in Sydney for breakfast to hear about why it's no longer good enough to simply replace paper-based processes with digital services. There's an emerging culture on the rise across the private sector and government workplaces, driven largely by young people, who demand a seamless experience all the time and from any device. The breakfast was sponsored by Box.
Tech chiefs from Brisbane discussed how they are measuring the experience internal and external customers are having with their digital products and services. The luncheon was sponsored by Riverbed.
Some of Australia's top technology and digital chiefs got together in Sydney for the unveiling of the 2018 CIO50 list.
One in four workers in today’s enterprises are already cloud workers, reports Forrester. They want flexibility and mobility; to get work done on any device, anytime, from any place. So how do we prepare for this environment? A group of business technology leaders gathered in Perth to discuss how to meet the demands of this tech savvy group.
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