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The Rainless Day Fund: Using data and digital to save the planet

Can Australia learn something from Cape Town’s ‘Zero Day’ water strategy?


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The next casualty of cyberwar could be your business

We seem to live perpetually in a state of heightened alert, and companies need to ensure their security teams are prepared for a nation-state cyberattack and be able to react in a split second.


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How to assess soft skills before you hire

In the digital era, tech skills are scarce, but soft skills like emotional intelligence, creativity and strategic thinking are the secrets to success. Here’s how to ensure you hire for the intangibles.


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Building the ultimate customer data engine

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There’s no doubt consumer expectations are at an all-time high, and organisations must connect the experience dots using digital and data tools in order to meet and exceed the demands of today’s customer-led economy.

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Building the ultimate customer data engine

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There’s no doubt consumer expectations are at an all-time high, and organisations must connect the experience dots using digital and data tools in order to meet and exceed the demands of today’s customer-led economy.

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7 IT restructuring mistakes to avoid

To tackle digital initiatives, IT leaders are having to rethink and reorganize how work gets done. But driving change is about much more than just overhauling org charts and business processes.


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Why seek a board seat?

For those who want to go deeper into what it takes to run a company, being on a board can be a natural career progression. What it's not: easy money.


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How IT can improve the employee experience

Employee experience is as vital as customer experience — but remains an IT afterthought. Here’s how to shift your focus and provide employees with the internal IT experience they deserve.


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Women in tech statistics: The hard truths of an uphill battle

Despite national conversations about gender diversity in tech, women are still underrepresented, underpaid and often discriminated against in the tech industry, numbers show.


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The stretch assignment: A CIO's path to burnishing business cred

Transformational projects, culture change, new roles and emerging technologies helped IT leaders from Equinix, Procter & Gamble, 84 Lumber and BP earn credibility from the business.


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Taking care of the kids: Why your work culture may need to change

Around 5 billion of the world’s citizens are now of the millennial or ‘gen z’ generations. They’ve grown up with many technologies and tools that didn’t exist 10 to 15 years ago.


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FAQ: How the Australian Financial Accountability Regime (FAR) will affect CIOs

More chief information officers will covered by an expanded version of the government’s ‘BEAR’ executive accountability regime


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Linda Da Silva new ING Australia CIO

Linda Da Silva is the new chief information at ING Australia, replacing Ani Paul, who moved to the company’s Amsterdam headquarters in December to take on the role of global chief data officer.


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AI, automation emerge as critical tools for cybersecurity

Organizations find new ways to relieve some of the burden on security teams while shoring up defenses.


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5 hot infrastructure and operations trends — and 4 going cold

When it comes to infrastructure and production systems, stability is king. And yet change persists, as organizations seek greater security and faster speeds — without sacrificing reliability.