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  • Apple hit with $9M fine

    The Federal Court has ordered Apple to pay $9 million in penalties for making false or misleading representations to customers with faulty iPhones and iPads about their rights under Australian consumer law.

    Written by Byron Connolly19 June 18 15:48
  • Victoria Police go mobile to boost officer safety

    ​Victoria Police is arming frontline officers with Motorola’s managed services mobility solution in a bid to boost workplace safety, efficiency and collaboration.

    Written by Jennifer O'Brien13 April 17 15:57
  • Mobility driving business efficiency: government CIOs

    For government agencies, many of their employees work ‘out in the field’ – whether it’s on an infrastructure project, or meeting with community groups and members – so being able to work remotely is critical to business efficiency.

    Written by Rebecca Merrett30 May 13 12:27
  • Parliament gets ready for BYOD, gears up for mobility

    The Department of Parliamentary Services (DPS) is developing a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policy and is equipping staff with mobile devices as part of its ICT reorganisation, the new CIO, Eija Seittenranta told CIO Australia.

    Written by Rebecca Merrett15 Jan. 13 09:14
  • Q&A: Qantas CIO, Paul Jones

    While Paul Jones has been CIO of Qantas for less than a year, he has spearheaded a number of IT projects at the airline including a freight enterprise resource planning (ERP) replacement.

    Written by Hamish Barwick14 Dec. 11 13:21
  • ANZ to deploy iPads following due process: Weatherston

    ANZ Bank's chief information officer, Anne Weatherston, has revealed that the banking group is investigating the rollout of iPads to senior management as part of its bring your own (BYO) computing policy and is at the beginning of a desktop virtualization process starting with its Active Directory.

    Written by Hamish Barwick18 July 11 09:56
  • Roll student iPad, NBN access costs into HECS fees: Monash

    Monash University is considering rolling the costs of technology devices and supporting infrastructure into tertiary education fees to help even out learning disparities for students without access to their own PCs, tablets and internet connectivity.

    Written by Tim Lohman18 March 11 12:27