- EU gets a new boss for rating products for cybersecurity
- Oracle does-in Dyn, resets DNS services to cloud
- Do I really have to say it? Stop resisting multifactor authentication
- CSOs may benefit as CPS 234 tasks boards with financial-services cybersecurity
- Telcos around the world hit by long-term intelligence gathering cyberattack
And ban on supplying 5G kit “makes no sense” says Australia CTO David Soldani.
Lexus is trialling a range of connected-vehicle technologies on public roads in Victoria, the car manufacturer announced.
ULTRA LIS replacement late and over budget due to weak governance and inexperienced team.
Compares fears of AI job displacement to Queen Elizabeth I blocking development of the knitting machine.
Boral’s chief information officer William Payne is leaving his role and will join compliance and fleet management company, Coretex as CEO on August 1.
More CIOs are allowing technology to be managed outside of their IT department by business functions than ever before.
Exclusive: Rob James resigns as Qantas CTO
Improve privacy practices or else, OAIC warns CBA
Data breach exposed apprentices’ passport details, employment agreements
AWS inks ‘whole-of-government’ deal for coordinated procurement
City of Whittlesea opts for software defined network
Sydney Water’s George Hunt spreads wings into strategy role
In pictures: CIO roundtable - Overcoming your data management woes
Catholic Education’s Varanasi scoops newly created data role
In defence of middle management
Hackers hit global telcos in espionage campaign: cyber research firm
NSW Land Registry Services digitises operations
Huawei: “The NBN project has failed”
RPA market growing at ‘frenzied pace’: Gartner
Facebook's global affairs chief rejects break-up calls
Lexus and Telstra trial connected vehicle tech on Victorian roads
Is there a knee surgeon near me? nib launches Alexa skill
Former CSG CEO faces trial over failed Ultranet project
'Vaccine' for machine learning models developed by CSIRO's Data61
How to survive your digital transformation
Rachel Noble becomes first woman to lead ACSC
- Exclusive: Rob James resigns as Qantas CTO
- AWS inks ‘whole-of-government’ deal for coordinated procurement
- 7 Top Tools for Single Sign-on
- City of Whittlesea opts for software defined network
- Sydney Water’s George Hunt spreads wings into strategy role
- In pictures: CIO roundtable - Overcoming your data management woes
- Catholic Education’s Varanasi scoops newly created data role
- In defence of middle management
- Making Edge Computing success certain: how APC by Schneider Electric ensures it
- NSW Land Registry Services digitises operations
- Huawei: “The NBN project has failed”
- RPA market growing at ‘frenzied pace’: Gartner
- Lexus and Telstra trial connected vehicle tech on Victorian roads
- Is there a knee surgeon near me? nib launches Alexa skill
- Bringing technology advantages to insurance
- How to survive your digital transformation
- Navigating a new era of software
- Rachel Noble becomes first woman to lead ACSC
- In pictures: CIO roundtable - Using AI to create a workspace for the future
- CIO50 2019 - Meet the Judges
- Clearing up the 4 common myths about hybrid cloud
- NAB gives Aussie tech sector $2 billion ‘shot-in-the-arm’
- WA path lab system project management slammed by auditor
- Clarence Yap takes IT helm of AHPRA
- HCL goes into bat for Cricket Australia
- Facebook launches Libra, industry takes note
- Visa says its AI prevents US$25 Billion in fraud a year
- Jobs up for grabs: MTIA seeks CIO for newly created role
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Senior tech execs gathered at Sydney's Rockpool restaurant to discuss strategies to make better use of and protect data in hybrid cloud environments. The luncheon was sponsored by Lenovo.
Tech execs gathered at O Bar and Dining in Sydney to discuss how they are using artificial intelligence technologies across their organisations. The luncheon was sponsored by Microsoft and Citrix.
Tech execs gathered at Aria in Sydney to discuss how they are using AI-powered search capabilities across their organisations.
With the rise of the front-line worker and distributed workplaces, many organisations are seeing the benefits of providing a cloud-ready environment. No doubt, employees expect access to information and services without the barriers of legacy tools. Certainly, cloud enabled employees have come to expect insights, speed and collaboration as part of their everyday. Therefore, many CIOs are starting to recognise the ‘power of cloud enablement’ of the front-line worker in order to provide greater collaboration and engagement, process efficiencies, and insights for better decision-making. A group of CIOs and tech leaders joined CIO Australia and Google for an exclusive roundtable luncheon that discussed how companies can embrace the move to a cloud-enabled workforce - and not leave behind a large and most influential workforce.
Tech execs gathered for lunch at Melbourne's Woolshed to hear how their peers are dealing with the skills shortage. The luncheon was sponsored by Pluralsight.
Tech execs discussed why they are turning to nimble software-as-a-service vendors to reduce their reliance on large, legacy software stacks. The luncheon was sponsored by Box.
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