- IBM aims at hybrid cloud, enterprise security
- NSA warns enterprises over TLS traffic inspection risks: do it once, and do it well
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News, Features, and Interviews
Sympli is on the lookout for a CTO, responsible for the platform architecture and security of the Sympli platform and the ISMS, regulatory compliance obligations and data governance.
Darrel van Dort has been named the general manager of digital, data and IT transformation at FlexiGroup Limited, a financial services firm based in Sydney.
Australian health supplements firm, Blackmores, is deploying a new cloud-based infrastructure to maximise the use of data for business insights and install stronger foundations for future innovation.
Encouraging girls into careers in technology - including STEM - is a top priority for Girl Up, a global movement founded by the United Nations which recently held its first Australian summit in Sydney.
Adaptive security, citizen digital identity, and multichannel citizen engagement are among the Top Ten government technology trends.
In pictures: Discover 'Real Transformation' and How to create your Digital Future: The Connected CIO Dinner
CIOs from Australia's leading organisations joined CIO Australia and Dell Technologies for The Connected CIO Dinner, the CIO networking event of 2019 - a night of fine food, networking, experience and sharing of insights and ideas. The theme of the night was ‘Discover Real Transformation and How to create your Digital Future.’ The industry is on the road to transformation - unmistakably many innovators are using emerging technologies such as AI and digital to make ‘transformation real’ and to drive the next wave of human progress.
Eighty per cent of Australian CIOs say AI will be critical to IT's ability to master increasing IT complexity, according to a global study of 800 CIOs.
Stacey Kennedy is a small town farm girl from Mississippi, who since starting at the age of 22, has risen through the ranks at one of the biggest global companies.
The push towards more intelligent - even invisible - networks is an exciting future and one we’re all working towards, according to a group of tech leaders during a recent CIO panel discussion at the Juniper Nxtwork 2019 event in Sydney.
The Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has become the first government agency to operate wholly in the cloud - and is now using the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning to automatically classify records and documents.
Gone are the days when government CIOs could expect to exercise total control over how their agencies invested in ICT.
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