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he Bella Vista Hotel in Sydney’s Hills district is taking a deep dive into the realm of dine-in technology in a bid to serve up improved customer experience and dish up data insights for the growing hospitality business.
The integrity of future NSW elections could be under threat after the state’s Electoral Commission lost a number of “very specialised skills” amid a spending axe.
Google Cloud Platform joins AWS and Azure as bank continues its cloud push.
IT contractors are helping Australia’s chief information officers get their digitisation projects over the line, according to a new report.
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Federal government to stage inquiry into 5G
QLD closes investigation on former eHealth boss
Apple spars with EU as US$14 billion Irish tax dispute drags on
NSW scraps ‘technical standards’ criteria in procurement shake-up
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Class action initiated over government’s robodebt scheme
PMI’s Stacey Kennedy talks leadership and a ‘smoke-free’ future
Contractors reshaping tech sector: recruiter
NAB adds Google to mix as it continues its multi-cloud push
NSW iVote integrity ‘at risk’ over jobs axe
NSW Government iCare claim platform cost $360M
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QLD deploying new facial image processing for driver licences
Human Rights Commission scoops AI for records management
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Australian tech budgets to grow a modest 2.1 per cent: Gartner
DTA volume sourcing deal with Microsoft-Data#3 priced at $96M
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- Building an AI-driven network
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- Oracle goes all in on cloud automation
- Class action initiated over government’s robodebt scheme
- PMI’s Stacey Kennedy talks leadership and a ‘smoke-free’ future
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- 5 key changes to the H-1B visa program
- Why ADCO is no digital transformation laggard
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- CIO Executive Council member profile: Johnny Serrano, global head of IT, GroundProbe
- IT asset management (ITAM): A centralized approach to managing IT systems and assets
- QLD deploying new facial image processing for driver licences
- Human Rights Commission scoops AI for records management
- In pictures: CIO roundtable - Building an AI-driven business
- Australian tech budgets to grow a modest 2.1 per cent: Gartner
- University of South Australia devises tool to tackle rampant workplace bullying
- NAB inks cybersecurity alliance with La Trobe University
- Tod O’Dell leaves Knight Frank Australia
- Damian Green new Queensland Health CIO
- Cricket Australia goes to bat with Microsoft Teams
- William Buck aims to 'elevate IT' to next level
- Industry aligns to fight for STEM gender equity
- Rod Apostol new VIC Ombudsman CIO
- What is SAFe? The Scaled Agile Framework explained
- Data – the global addiction we’re all vulnerable to
- CIO Summit Panel: Breaking down barriers and making 'real' change
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Tech execs gathered at Sydney's Aria restaurant to discuss how artificial intelligence technologies are being used inside their wired and wireless networks. The luncheon was sponsored by Juniper and Mist.
In pictures: CIO dinner: The road to intelligent transformation.
Tech leaders gathered at Sydney's Hilton Hotel for the 2019 CIO Summit.
Tech chiefs got together at Eureka 89 in Melbourne to discuss the areas where they are seeing skills gaps across their organisations and how they are working to fill them. The luncheon was sponsored by Amazon Web Services.
Organisations that are ‘thriving’ in today’s fast-paced ‘data-driven world’ are the ones that are turning the influx of data into competitive differentiation.
Organisations that are ‘thriving’ in today’s fast-paced ‘data-driven world’ are the ones that are turning the influx of data into competitive differentiation. There’s an explosion of data being generated that must be moved, stored, protected and analysed - and then leveraged and capitalised on. Tech leaders gathered for an exclusive Computerworld roundtable luncheon at Aria - sponsored by Dell EMC - to discuss how companies can thrive in the ‘age of data’ and redefine the role of the datacentre to enable business capabilities fueled by information.
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