Stories by George Nott

IAG head of digital: Don't cross the creep line

​Companies should not ‘cross the creep line’ when attempting to personalise and target their marketing warns Michael Bromley, IAG’s group head of digital and creative services.

Written by George Nott15 Aug. 16 10:55

Census minister: DoS attack is not an attack

​The minister responsible for the census has done a semantic dance around whether a Denial of Service attack is really an ‘attack’ at all.

Written by George Nott10 Aug. 16 15:23

Census outage caused by DoS attacks says ABS

​The Australian Bureau of Statistics has blamed Denial of Service attacks originating from overseas for the outage which hit the census website last night. But security experts have expressed their doubts.

Written by George Nott10 Aug. 16 09:43

Q&A: AGL CIO Simon Moorfield

​AGL is in the midst of a digital transformation that is changing the energy giant’s customer experience as well as the culture of its IT team. CIO Australia puts questions to the man leading the change, CIO Simon Moorfield.

Written by George Nott08 Aug. 16 14:52

IT grads beaten by better-prepared migrants to jobs: report

​Despite the abundance of jobs in the field, Australian IT graduates struggle to find employment because they’re not properly prepared for the workplace and face stiff competition from skilled migrants, says a report.

Written by George Nott08 Aug. 16 10:49

Lockheed Martin to open R&D in Melbourne

​Lockheed Martin is opening a research and development facility in Melbourne, the company’s first outside of the US.

Written by George Nott03 Aug. 16 10:55

Pitcher Partners change their chat

The way Pitcher Partners' CIO Bradley Kay talks to the company’s execs has changed dramatically from two years ago.

Written by George Nott03 Aug. 16 09:12

SAPOL invest $780k in facial recognition tech

​South Australia Police will soon be using facial recognition technology to catch criminals “quickly and expeditiously” following the award of a $780,000 contract to NEC.

Written by George Nott01 Aug. 16 12:46

Sir Ray Avery: observation key to innovation

​New Zealand’s leading inventor, entrepreneur and "Readers Digest readers’ ‘Most Trusted Man’ 2011”, Sir Ray Avery, was in Sydney last week to give advice to app-makers, CIOs and startups.

Written by George Nott01 Aug. 16 10:33