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Cricket Australia goes to bat with Microsoft Teams

Cricket Australia has taken the digital transformation plunge on a national scale, using Microsoft cloud - Office 365 and Teams - across all 1,300 business units in a bid to improve collaboration and foster innovation across the organisation.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien05 Sept. 19 10:40

Tech services becomes a key business for the ASX

Investing in its digital footprint across areas such as distributed ledger technology, exploring potential use cases for artificial intelligence and expanding its data centre has turned technology services into a meaningful business for the ASX.

Written by Julia Talevski04 Sept. 19 16:14

William Buck aims to 'elevate IT' to next level

Financial services firm, William Buck, was on a mission to get the firm’s IT house in order - and put a stop to the ‘revolving door’ that was cycling between outsourcing and insourcing management of its IT environment.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien04 Sept. 19 14:58

Industry aligns to fight for STEM gender equity

Ninety per cent of coding and engineering is done by men, according to Flamingo Ai founder and executive director, Dr Catriona Wallace.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien04 Sept. 19 11:11

Rod Apostol new VIC Ombudsman CIO

Rod Apostol is the new chief information officer at the Victorian Ombudsman, replacing Deborah Weiss, who had been in the role since last October.

Written by Byron Connolly04 Sept. 19 10:04

NSW revamps project funding, seeks to end ‘tech spaghetti’

The New South Wales government this year embarked on the “biggest and boldest” machinery of government changes that Victor Dominello has witnessed, the MP last week told a Committee for Economic Development of Australia luncheon in Sydney.

Written by Rohan Pearce02 Sept. 19 11:47

What is SAFe? The Scaled Agile Framework explained

If your organization is seeking efficient project delivery, decreased time-to-market, and increased stakeholder value, then the Scaled Agile Framework may be right for you.

Written by Moira Alexander30 Aug. 19 20:00

Thales back pays staff $7.4M in wages

Thales Australia has back paid staff $7.44 million in wages, superannuation and interest after entering into a court-enforceable undertaking (EU) with the Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO).

Written by Samira Sarraf30 Aug. 19 11:27

Data – the global addiction we’re all vulnerable to

​​We can all imagine the horror of losing a lifetime of priceless photos through the failure of an iCloud account, or a business financially and reputationally ruined by the inability to access or protect consumer data.

Written by Jamie Humphrey30 Aug. 19 11:13

Semi-supervised learning explained

Using a machine learning model’s own predictions on unlabeled data to add to the labeled data set sometimes improves accuracy, but not always

Written by Martin Heller29 Aug. 19 20:00

CIO Summit Panel: Breaking down barriers and making 'real' change

The ‘imposter syndrome’ continues to linger in the minds of successful female IT leaders and has plagued them at some point during their careers, a packed panel of five female leaders told the CIO Summit crowd in Sydney.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien29 Aug. 19 17:02

The art of combating political attacks

​CIOs frequently find themselves on the receiving end of political attacks from stakeholders, who see them as easy targets when IT-related initiatives go wrong, even when it isn’t their fault.

Written by Cathleen Blanton and Tina Nunno29 Aug. 19 15:11