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  • Creating the right digital roadmap

    Australian universities face a significant challenge: deliver digital content to students from anywhere but still provide the same level of learning that has been traditionally offered by teachers in lecture theatres.

    Written by Byron Connolly29 May 15 14:59
  • Balancing outsourcing with Agile development

    The ‘keeping mum effect’, or reluctance to report bad news about a distressed project, is alive and well in our time-compressed, competitive, uncompromising and globalised business environments.

    Written by Rob Livingstone15 April 15 16:07
  • Signs you're not being a CIO

    Everyone’s talking about what the CIO role may look like in the future. But when dealing with the here and now, what makes an individual CIO a genuine business leader?

    Written by Byron Connolly29 July 13 16:52
  • IT leaders urged to transform mentoring styles

    IT departments have been told to change their approach to mentoring programs, placing more focus on maximising employees' potential in the wider context of the organisation.

    Written by Chloe Herrick17 March 11 10:44
  • Ricoh CIO bids adieu

    Many executives aspire to a change in direction during their careers, and Rob Livingstone is living the dream. August 6 is the Ricoh CIO’s final day, after a decade with the company.

    Written by Georgina Swan06 Aug. 10 11:18
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  • CIO Insights: Dealing with shadow IT

    Businesses used to rely on experts to provide advice about which technology to buy. Now, users can purchase a service in no time with only a browser and a credit card, allowing them to bypass IT.

    Written by Rebecca Merrett28 Jan. 14 09:00
  • Video conferencing: The business case

    It could be any meeting room, anywhere, with one major difference: The room, within Sheraton on the Park hotel in Sydney, is a gateway to the world. At the push of a button, we are chatting to colleagues in Toronto, Canada, speaking to each other as if we were seated across the table. We see the nuances of facial expressions, hand gestures and presentations, full-size, clear and uninterrupted.

    Written by Georgina Swan07 Aug. 10 09:00
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