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NVMe over Fabrics creates data-center storage disruption

By delivering high speed and low latency storage over a network fabric, NVMe over Fabrics promises to take demanding applications to a new level of performance. Here's what you need to know.

Written by John Edwards14 May 19 20:00

What Labor’s promise to invest in digital skills means for CIOs

If successful in this weekend’s Federal Election, Labor has pledged to allocate 5,000 fee-free digital and ICT TAFE spots in a bid to provide Australians with the training they need for the jobs of the future.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien14 May 19 14:36

RSL LifeCare hunts CIO

RSL LifeCare is on the lookout for an experienced CIO to help drive innovation across the company.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien14 May 19 11:27

Number of reported data breaches drops

The number of data breaches reported to the OAIC has dropped to 215 making the January to March 2019 quarter the lowest in the number of data breaches reported in a full quarter so far.

Written by Samira Sarraf13 May 19 11:21

WA government funds ‘ServiceWA’ pilot

The Western Australian government is funding for a trial of a one-stop-shop for public-facing transactional services, such as licensing and registrar services.

Written by Rohan Pearce10 May 19 13:18

David Webster departs from Dell EMC

Dell EMC enterprise president for Asia Pacific and Japan David Webster is to leave the vendor by the end of May.

Written by Samira Sarraf10 May 19 11:30

Machine learning algorithms explained

Machine learning uses algorithms to turn a data set into a predictive model. Which algorithm works best depends on the problem

Written by Martin Heller09 May 19 20:00

Solar startup CTO sees value in partnerships

Despite the government's pro-coal stance, Paul Liddell CTO at Redback Technologies, a developer of battery storage for solar panels, says its customers get a huge kick out of not having to use “coal power from the grid."​

Written by Lilia Guan09 May 19 16:42

Scammers impersonate Australian Cyber Security Centre

The Australian Cyber Security Centre has warned that scammers are seeking to impersonate ACSC staff over the phone, telling a prospective victim that they need help to “act against cyber criminals.”

Written by Rohan Pearce09 May 19 13:38

The interim CTO for startups: Kostas Vlassis

Being passionate about supporting fast growing start-ups and building high-performance agile teams, keeps Kostas Vlassis from taking a permanent position within a large enterprise organisation.

Written by Lilia Guan08 May 19 15:13

Labor pushes R&D tax incentive revamp

Labor has outlined proposed changes to the R&D tax incentive that it says will promote collaboration between industry and research institutions.

Written by Rohan Pearce08 May 19 11:42

Can CIOs retool IT to fit into a robotics world?

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is flourishing in Australian industries, with 72 per cent of businesses claiming RPA has saved more than 50 hours per employee, per month.

Written by Lilia Guan08 May 19 08:30
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    Reliable, flexible and fast network connectivity catalyses business competitiveness for businesses of all sizes. Are you connected?

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    Australia is a nation of growing businesses. This growth is being accelerated thanks to the rollout of the nbn™ broadband access network, which provides the platform via retail providers for a range of advanced services, applications and technologies that are changing the way Australians do business. The transition to the nbn™ access network represents a very significant opportunity for the ICT industry, and will allow ICT consultants to help business make the most of the opportunities that access to fast broadband enables.

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