RACP awaits report after online exam crash

The Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) expects to receive a report tomorrow from its online exam provider Pearson Vue detailing what caused the computer glitch that left hundreds of trainee doctors distressed on Monday.

Written by Byron Connolly21 Feb. 18 15:05

3 reasons cybercriminals ‘strategically’ target companies: report

Cybercriminals continue to ‘follow the money’ as they refine and target attacks against businesses for greater financial return, with extortion attempts likely on the rise, according to a new global report by Trend Micro.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien21 Feb. 18 09:43

Sharing the stories of the CIO50: #16 Sam Charmand, Qantas Loyalty

​Sam Charmand, the CIO of Qantas Loyalty, has learned the value of going after innovation – and has seen first-hand how the development of technology (including personalisation) has the power to dramatically change a business.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien21 Feb. 18 09:23

Sharing the stories of the CIO50: #17 Hilda Clune, PwC

To survive and thrive you need to think like a digital market leader, according to PwC CIO Hilda Clune, who shares her lessons learned as a modern day CIO tasked with delivering change.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien20 Feb. 18 10:08

Sharing the stories of the CIO50: #19 Farid Jarrar, Stellar

Stellar is the voice behind some of the world’s most loved brands. The company provides customers with outsourced customer engagement solutions – from contact centres to managing social media, tackling back office processing, providing support functions to consulting services.

Written by George Nott20 Feb. 18 09:55

Sharing the stories of the CIO50: #20 Francoise Russo, Toll Group

Toll is seven months into a three year transformation of its IT strategy and operating model. Grappling with a large, complex legacy environment the IT function was falling short in delivering the level of services our business needed to compete on a global scale.

Written by George Nott20 Feb. 18 09:44

TechnologyOne accused of bullying, again

Former project manager files complaint over alleged bullying, victimisation and discrimination. TechnologyOne denies the claims.

Written by Samira Sarraf19 Feb. 18 17:10

Project managers still not delivering? Maybe it’s time to get rid of them

Did you and your team return to work this year full of vim, vigour and good intentions? Were you silently hoping the perennial poor project management performers had made a New Year’s resolution to work to the best of their ability, be a team player and communicate openly and honestly? Has that happened?

Written by Colin Ellis19 Feb. 18 10:16

Facebook will use US mail to find election ad buyers

Facebook Inc will start using postcards sent by U.S. mail later this year to verify the identities and location of people who want to purchase U.S. election-related advertising on its site, a senior company executive said on Saturday.

Written by Reuters19 Feb. 18 09:33