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RMIT launches self-driving car course with Udacity

The university said the program would take students “beyond the hype and headlines” and give them the skills required in career as a qualified self-driving car engineer.

Written by George Nott02 Oct. 18 10:04

Interview: Sanjay Brahmawar, CEO, Software AG

CIO Australia sat down with Software AG’s new CEO, Sanjay Brahmawar to discuss his plans for the 49-year-old German enterprise software giant.

Written by Byron Connolly10 Sept. 18 12:37

Updated: In pictures: CIO Networking Dinner: ANZ CIO Forum on 'Make it Real'

​CIO Australia, in partnership with Dell Technologies, invited a select group of CIOs from Australia's leading organisations to gather for a night of fine food, networking, experience and sharing of insights and ideas.​ Special guests included Hanson Robotics’ most advanced humanoid robot - Sophia - as well as John Roese, Global CTO of Dell EMC and Dell’s Chief Customer Officer, Karen Quintos for a discussion on how innovators are using emerging technologies such as AI to make transformation real. The evening was hosted by media personality, author and maths genius extraordinaire Adam Spencer.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien30 Aug. 18 10:53

Why more CEOs will be fired after a cyberattack

The cyberattack on Equifax is a sobering reminder for any CEO of the perils involved with data breaches. Regulatory trends indicate increasing responsibility for boards and executives in reporting and preventing cyberattacks.

Written by Tom Scholtz03 Aug. 18 16:23

Cyber-attacks top reason for data breaches: report

Malicious or criminal cyber-attacks were responsible for 59 per cent of the 242 data breaches reported to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) between April and June.

Written by Byron Connolly31 July 18 10:00

Beware of fatal pitfalls as a new CIO

It’s your first day as the new CIO. You may know what probably needs to be done, but you don’t yet know what and who you don’t know.

Written by Jenny Beresford30 July 18 09:39

Australian companies suck at data analytics

Australian organisations lag behind the rest of the world when it comes to extracting value from their data analytics efforts.

Written by Byron Connolly24 July 18 12:37
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