Stories by George Nott

CIOs give themselves top marks for innovation in survey

A survey of 160 CIOs and CTOs working in Australia by Robert Half recruitment consultancy, found that nearly a fifth of respondents gave a score of five out of five when assessing their level of innovation within their organisation.

Written by George Nott31 May 16 15:50

Edtech inspired Mazenod College cures network woes

The secondary college for boys in WA found that its existing network infrastructure could no longer cope with demand. With ambitions to capture and store lesson footage in high definition for later playback, college ICT director Hugo van Niekerk sought a solution.

Written by George Nott31 May 16 10:23

Facebook seeks new CIO

Facebook is searching for a new CIO following the announcement Timothy Campos would be leaving the role after nearly six years.

Written by George Nott30 May 16 15:08

Outdated tech harming productivity says survey

​Nearly three quarters (72 per cent) of ANZ workers say outdated technology is harming their productivity, according to a survey by The Workforce Institute at Kronos.

Written by George Nott30 May 16 12:43

NBN chair's accusations of theft 'unfair'

Accusations of theft aimed at NBN staff in an opinion piece by NBN chairman Dr Ziggy Switkowski have sparked criticism from an internet user group and the ALP.

Written by George Nott30 May 16 09:54

Collaboration and clients key as RSM launches ECM in the cloud

A five year IT transformation programme is underway at RSM. When complete, staff in Australia will be working and collaborating within a central ECM system in the cloud, assisting clients via a web based portal.

Written by George Nott29 May 16 15:00

​Your industry will be disrupted (again) in three years

"In any given industry, within about three years something is going to be introduced that will force you to rethink what your business model is," says Evan Stubbs, SAS’ chief analytics officer for Australia and New Zealand. And what about SAS itself?

Written by George Nott27 May 16 09:00

Machine learning "still a cottage industry"

There’s “an awful lot of black art” in the discipline says Professor Bob Williamson, chief scientist of CSIRO’s Data 61 group.

Written by George Nott27 May 16 09:29