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The VPN is dying, long live zero trust

VPNs are part of a security strategy based on the notion of a network perimeter; trusted employees are on the inside and untrusted employees are on the outside. But that model no longer works in a modern business environment where mobile users access the network from a variety of locations and corporate assets reside in multi-cloud environments.

Written by Neal Weinberg05 Dec. 19 16:00

Kelly Bayer Rosmarin new Optus boss

Optus has promoted its deputy chief executive Kelly Bayer Rosmarin to CEO after only 10 months in the role.

Written by Byron Connolly05 Dec. 19 14:54

Huawei ban will act as ‘5G tax’ on Australians

Excluding Huawei from Australia’s 5G roll-out will act as a ‘5G tax’ on citizens and increase the cost of deploying the technology by between $700 million and $2.1 billion, the networking giant said on Wednesday.

Written by Byron Connolly05 Dec. 19 10:17

Animal Logic goes cloud with AWS for visual effects

Creative digital studio Animal Logic has selected public cloud giant Amazon Web Services (AWS) to provide computing capacity for its visual effects and animation rending.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien04 Dec. 19 14:38

4 senior tech jobs up for grabs

Sydney Cricket and Sports Grounds is on the lookout for a head of technology to lead the iconic venue’s digital and technology transformation.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien04 Dec. 19 12:37

Why Aurecon is moving to the cloud

Aurecon's cloud journey started with a network refresh which quickly turned into a way to simplify the design engineering firm's operations so it would be a 'disruptor rather than be disrupted', chief information officer, Carl Duckinson told CIO Australia.

Written by Samira Sarraf03 Dec. 19 16:55

Ajay Bhatia new Carsales Australia boss

Carsales’ former CIO, Ajay Bhatia has been appointed in the newly created role of managing director, Australia at the online vehicle seller.

Written by Byron Connolly02 Dec. 19 16:08

Staff retention key for tech companies in 2020: AIIA

The average salaries in the IT sector will continue to grow in 2020, but staff attrition rates will remain high, according to the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA).

Written by Jennifer O'Brien02 Dec. 19 10:31
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