CIO interview: STIHL's Therese Chakour-West

Thirteen years as the head of IT at power tools manufacturer, STIHL Australia - a traditionally male dominated industry and aimed typically at a male audience - Therese Chakour-West is not daunted by the job.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien28 Aug. 19 16:02

ACCC seeks testers for new data-sharing regime

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is seeking parties to participate in early testing of the new data-sharing system, the Consumer Data Right (CDR).

Written by Rohan Pearce26 Aug. 19 13:17

Why we shouldn’t let AI write for us

Artificial intelligence will benefit business in myriad ways. But AI that writes for us should be rejected completely.

Written by Mike Elgan24 Aug. 19 20:00

Huawei sheds Australian jobs as 5G ban begins to bite

Huawei says it has cut its Australian headcount by 100, with the Chinese telco equipment manufacturer blaming a government decision to bar it from participating in the roll out of 5G networks.

Written by Rohan Pearce23 Aug. 19 08:48

HP CEO Dion Weisler set to depart

Dion Weisler has unveiled plans to exit as CEO of HP, returning home to Australia due to a “family health matter”.

Written by James Henderson23 Aug. 19 07:08

CIOs need to ‘work the problem’: IDC global chief

IDC’s global vice-president and IT executive advisor, Joseph Pucciarelli is a plane crash survivor - a fact not many people know - and a story he references to inspire today’s tech leaders about the need to take risks and the importance of ‘working the problem.’

Written by Jennifer O'Brien21 Aug. 19 13:40

US Justice Department teams up with states on probe of Big Tech firms

The US Justice Department is working with a group of more than a dozen state attorneys general as it moves forward with a broad investigation into major technology companies, the department's antitrust chief, Makan Delrahim, said on Tuesday.

Written by Reuters21 Aug. 19 08:22