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Australia goes ‘green’ over Irish contracts worth $10m

More than $10 million in new Australian contracts including investments in ICT and emerging technologies - along with a new Melbourne office for Enterprise Ireland - has been announced as part of a Trade Mission from Ireland.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien19 March 19 14:52

Malicious URLs now rampant: study

Malicious URLs are now rampant problem according to a study which found they are contained in an average of one in every 61 emails.

Written by Byron Connolly06 March 19 11:46

We’re failing to fill tech knowledge gaps: report

The relationship between Australian companies and education providers must undergo rapid change if the country is to take advantage of opportunities presented by technology, according to a report.

Written by Byron Connolly04 March 19 16:10

5G use will increase energy costs: study

More than 90 per cent of telecommunications operators fear the rollout of 5G technologies will result in much higher costs which will be passed onto consumers, according to new research.

Written by Byron Connolly28 Feb. 19 12:13

Cisco unwraps $61m digital acceleration program

Cisco is investing $61 million over the next three years to help drive secure digital transformation that will focus on skills development and innovation across multiple industries.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien26 Feb. 19 10:33

Telstra faces potential strike over pay row

Telstra workers could be poised to strike after union members voted for the option of industrial action amid an ongoing pay row.

Written by Eleanor Dickinson25 Feb. 19 16:58

5 ways to move up the IT maturity curve in 2019

It’s almost the end of February and the year is in full swing. It is time to make sure you have taken a look at the upcoming year, gotten a clear assessment of where you stand on the IT maturity curve, and made a plan to move up the curve by the time next year rolls around.

Written by Lou Markstrom25 Feb. 19 11:51

Smart assistants to move into the office: IDC

Over the next three years, more smart assistants like Amazon’s Alexa, Google Assistant, Siri and Cortana will move into the office.

Written by Byron Connolly21 Feb. 19 12:23

Uni of Newcastle set to transform CX through digital services

University of Newcastle CIO Anthony Molinia continues to shift the focus of the IT department, driving technology-led innovation across the university and pushing a strategy of 'client-centricity' by using digital services.​

Written by Jennifer O'Brien19 Feb. 19 11:48

6 blockchain trends in 2019

2018 was yet another big year for blockchain. Organisations across many industries from retail to shipping are using the technology to counter disruptive threats, and push into new markets to create new revenue streams.

Written by Rupert Colchester14 Feb. 19 13:45

Sydney Uni seeks new CIO as Day returns to UK

The University of Sydney is on the hunt for a new chief information officer, with the incumbent, Mike Day, departing at the beginning of March.

Written by Rohan Pearce05 Feb. 19 16:12

Nicola Dorling leaves digital role at UNSW

Senior tech exec Nicola Dorling has left her post as digital strategy director at the University of New South Wales less than a year after taking up the role.

Written by Byron Connolly25 Jan. 19 14:58
  • Protecting the DX enterprise with Fortinet: Managed security services for risk reduction

    The Fortinet Security Brandposts are a series of hard-hitting discussions of trends in the cybersecurity world. This month Fortinet’s Jon McGettigan explains how managed security services can reduce the risk for your organisation as you embrace digital transformation (DX).


    A leading provider of fast and secure cyber security solutions offers enterprise-level next generation firewalls and vast array of network security products.

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