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Creating an IT operating model: Why psychology matters more than technology

When creating a new IT operating model, as a precursor to digital transformation, TransGrid’s chief information officer, Russell Morris, realised that simply having technology conversations with the business team was not the best way...


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Oracle fine-tunes Fusion Cloud for new world of work

The Fusion Cloud ERP suite gains new supply-chain and workplace management features to meet post-pandemic needs.


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6 challenges of agile at scale for ERP

Overcoming these challenges are key to using agile for an ERP implementation. It's well worth the effort.


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Mobile’s new frontier: The front line of business

Workers who don’t work at a desk are finally starting to see mobile technology become standard tools to improve their work — and business results — as CIOs focus more outside the office.


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CIO Summit 2020 Australia: Pepper Money's Jeremy Francis on why speed is everything

How the financial services group is transforming its technology capability for speed; coupling low-code and intelligent automation with a cultural and mindset shift.


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CIO Summit 2020 Australia: Why we need a diverse workforce more than ever

Panelists at this year's Summit discuss what sexual and cultural discrimination looks like in the technology sector and what needs to be done to deal with it.


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7 barriers to innovation worth breaking

Conventional cultures produce conventional results. To truly innovate, you have to rethink how you incentivize risk, respond to requests, and make resources available for experimentation.


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What is a chief data officer? A leader who creates business value from data

A chief data officer oversees a range of data-related functions to ensure your organization is getting the most from what could be its most valuable asset.


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10 best entry-level IT certifications to launch your career

IT certifications can verify your knowledge in different skillsets, boost your pay and set you apart from other entry-level candidates. Here are 10 entry-level certifications worth pursuing.


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The CIO Show: Biz-managed IT, coming out from the shadows

In this episode, we get into the vexed topic of Shadow IT.


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SAP ASE leaves sensitive credentials in installation logs

Two vulnerabilities in SAP ASE's Cockpit component leaves some sensitive information available to anyone on the network and other data susceptible to brute-force attacks.


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CIOs grapple with how to jumpstart innovation amid pandemic

IT leaders turn to emerging technologies from strategic vendors and VC partners to help keep collaboration and innovation humming in a work world gone remote due to the coronavirus.


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Maximizing stakeholder value

There are three stakeholder types for any organization, each exchanging value in distinct ways. The future of any organization depends on its ability to maximize that exchange.


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11 outsourcing myths debunked

Outsourcing has evolved — and so too have the misconceptions around what makes a successful sourcing partnership in the digital era.


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Time to reset long-held habits for a new reality

As we enter the seventh month of the COVID-19 crisis in Australia, businesses are continuing to manage through the tough rules impacting the economy with so much uncertainty hanging over their heads.