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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.
Business of analysing data is fast becoming a battleground.
Insurance giant's innovation lab focuses its efforts on ideas with immediate business value.
If acquiring the talent from outside isn’t viable, then develop the skills you need in your current workforce.
Would you hire a liar?
Home Affairs seeks to tackle hodgepodge UC
Parks Victoria partners with Microsoft to see the forest for the trees
Two men face court over alleged attack on police phone systems
Tool predicts global water conflicts before they happen
Welcome to the CIO50 - nominations now open
SAS’s CEO-in-waiting lays out company's AI-driven future
AI firm takes ‘Quantium’ leap in hyperconverged data space
Garmin co-founder Gary Burrell dies
Next step in Assange extradition case due in UK court on Friday
Auditor sees risks in government management of NBN loan
Victoria’s ‘big build’ agency creates CIO position
William Payne joins Coretex as CEO
Relax. Robots won’t take your job, Deloitte report reassures
AGL Energy has no plans to break up Vocus
Females in fintech program launched
Hunter Water trials IoT, analytics to protect assets
IT decisions and spending no longer under CIO control, survey reveals
Uber selects Melbourne as flying taxi pilot city
Tackle your talent problem from the inside
- Would you hire a liar?
- Parks Victoria partners with Microsoft to see the forest for the trees
- Tool predicts global water conflicts before they happen
- Welcome to the CIO50 - nominations now open
- AI firm takes ‘Quantium’ leap in hyperconverged data space
- Garmin co-founder Gary Burrell dies
- How Salesforce’s Tableau acquisition will impact IT
- After 44 years of evolution, Australian telecommunications’ next business enabler is expected to be the nbn™ broadband access network
- William Payne joins Coretex as CEO
- Relax. Robots won’t take your job, Deloitte report reassures
- Females in fintech program launched
- Hunter Water trials IoT, analytics to protect assets
- The secret formula to sustaining business success with hybrid cloud
- Digital Transformation and the enterprise: Security in a changing world
- IT decisions and spending no longer under CIO control, survey reveals
- Uber selects Melbourne as flying taxi pilot city
- Tackle your talent problem from the inside
- In pictures: CIO luncheon - The front-line worker and workforce enablement
- Analysts react to Salesforce Tableau grab
- Exclusive: Andrew Clowes leaving JLL
- QBE gets pragmatic with innovation
- Trajan beefs up network to meet global demand
- Are you faking or forcing agile?
- Digital Transformation mobilises and automates the staff and student experience at the University of Wollongong
- In pictures: CIO luncheon - Strategies to overcome the tech skills crisis
- What is a career coach? Your partner in growth
- Samsung connects STEM students to Vivid
- Privacy advocate speaks out against AFP’s raid on press
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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.
Tech execs gathered in Perth for the 2019 CIO Summit.
Tech execs gathered at Shirt Bar in Barangaroo in Sydney to hear how three organisations are dealing with the technology skills crisis.
Tech execs gathered in Melbourne to discuss what's driving their ERP landscapes. The discussion was sponsored by Lenovo.
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