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  • Pawsey Supercomputing Centre appoints new executive director

    The position became vacant in November last year after a leadership shake-up at the high-performance computing facility saw Neil Stringfellow leave the role.

  • Oracle CIO Mark Sunday is laid-back with his head in the cloud

    ​For somebody with responsibility for IT at one of the world’s biggest IT companies, Mark Sunday gives off a laid-back, low-key vibe.

  • In pictures: Deploying cloud in regulated markets: What are you waiting for? Sydney CIO Roundtable

    Many organisations operating in highly regulated industries have been slow to move their core systems to the cloud because they believe vendors can’t provide the level of security and scalability they need. Nothing could be further from the truth and enterprises that are slow to move are quickly falling behind their more nimble competitors. It is understandable that organisations – which operate in market sectors like legal, healthcare and financial services – take extra precautions to make sure internal and external information is secure and consequently decide to keep infrastructure in-house. A group of tech chiefs gathered in Sydney at a CIO roundtable lunch - in partnership with Virtustream - to discuss the challenges and issues they face when moving core infrastructure to the cloud.​​​

  • LINX backs Boomi to glue its clouds

    Young Australian logistics company, LINX Cargo Care Group, has deployed a new integration platform to connect its cloud infrastructure and support the creation of a data lake that provides more visibility into its supply chain.

  • In pictures: Deploying cloud in regulated markets: What are you waiting for? Melbourne CIO Roundtable

    Many organisations operating in highly regulated industries have been slow to move their core systems to the cloud because they believe vendors can’t provide the level of security and scalability they need. Nothing could be further from the truth and enterprises that are slow to move are quickly falling behind their more nimble competitors. It is understandable that organisations – which operate in market sectors like legal, healthcare and financial services – take extra precautions to make sure internal and external information is secure and consequently decide to keep infrastructure in-house. A group of tech chiefs gathered in Melbourne at a CIO roundtable lunch - in partnership with Virtustream - to discuss the challenges and issues they face when moving core infrastructure to the cloud.​​

  • Patriot games: NAB CTOO Patrick Wright’s tech insourcing play

    In November last year National Australia Bank (NAB) announced a bold and urgent ambition: to directly hire 600 technology specialists before the year was out.

  • What is hybrid cloud really, and what's the best strategy?

    The definition of hybrid cloud varies depending on who you ask, but it always involves using both private and public clouds, and you need a strategy.

  • NAB launches AWS 'Cloud Guild' to upskill 2000 staff

    NAB is launching a training program – the NAB Cloud Guild ​– to upskill more than 2000 employees ​in cloud computing.

  • Crypto-currency miners to plug straight into power station in blockchain hub proposal

    IOT Group is seeking to establish a hub for crypto-currency miners that will plug directly into a Hunter Valley power station if it is recommissioned.

  • Optus prepares for 5G liftoff in Australia next year

    Optus CEO Allen Lew said the upcoming rollout of the 5G fixed wireless service - slated for early 2019 - will give people an alternative to the NBN service.

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