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George Cozaris is the new chief information officer at Melbourne Health in a newly created role.
Fairfax Media has named Rainer Rhedey as general manager of technology, a new role that replaces the duties and responsibilities of CIO Robyn Elliott, who resigned late last year.
Organisations must trim the layers of governance built up over many years for traditional waterfall tech projects or fall victim to more agile startups, says CommBank’s senior agile coach, Stuart Mitchell.
The minute you outsource responsibility or governance of information security to a third party, you tie a noose around your neck and hand the end of the rope to a vendor.
Invitations to complete an ASX and ASIC backed cyber survey have been sent to Australia’s 100 biggest companies today with an advisory note: don’t let your CIO fill it in.
The recent Census technology debacle proves that, once again, the people responsible are getting off scot-free and face little in the way of scrutiny.
The question and its answers are an ideal basis for guiding the formulation and management of tech strategy, says Carsten Larsen.
The NSW government on Wednesday said it will have a real time and more detailed overview of its $70 billion budget under an initiative to modernise its financial management systems.
David Gee lists his top six all too common questions that CIOs don't like being asked.
With a growing international business, asset management software provider, IntelligenceBank, had a problem: The local cloud hosting providers it was using simply weren’t able to spin up servers on demand.
IT project failures have not abated. Many have common themes. There are some practical steps you can take to better protect your legal position in the event of a problem
The number of cyber security incidents detected in Australia increased by 109 per cent to 9,434 over the past 12 months.
Company boards must maintain responsibility for governing large IT projects rather than give up control to the IT department, according to IT industry veteran, Russell Yardley.
Oracle has come under considerable fire over the years for its restrictive license terms and aggressive audit program, but it appears at least some change is on the way.
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