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Microsoft’s ‘moonshot’ - to become carbon negative by 2030

“It is an ambitious goal, but science tells us that it is of fundamental importance to every person alive today and for every generation to follow,” says Microsoft president Brad Smith.


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Executive presence: The key to unlocking your leadership potential

Executive presence is that unique combination of qualities that sets leaders apart. It’s also a skill that anyone can develop. Here’s how to do it.


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7 tech buzzwords to cancel in 2020

Tech is an industry all too often fueled by hype, but some CIOs are fed up. Here IT leaders from retail, health care, consulting and other sectors discuss tech catch-all jargon they’d like to see dumped.


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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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Telstra urges ‘immediate action’ against unpatched Citrix flaw

Customers vulnerable to attacks if CVE-2019-19781 not fixed


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6 IT roles prime for reskilling

Digital initiatives are not just transforming business — they are also significantly shaking up the requirements of IT roles that support them.


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Huawei Australia hits back at Malcolm Turnbull's comments on 5G

Huawei has hit back at comments made by former Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull that allowing the Chinese giant to build Britain’s 5G network would hamper the ability of ‘Five Eyes’ nations to share intelligence.


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NSW Police to test car tech refit

NSW Police’s technology team has built a prototype connected car for frontline officers that connects the law enforcement agency’s internal policing systems to the vehicle’s CAN bus, in what could be a world-first.


Microsoft issues patches to critical systems following NSA tipoff

Microsoft has released updates for Microsoft Windows after being tipped off by the US National Security Agency (NSA) that there was a serious flaw in the operating system that is believed to be affecting millions of computers.


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20 IT resolutions for 2020

The new decade finds technology changing faster than ever. IT leaders must balance a wide array of priorities in developing a strategic agenda that can keep up.


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The top 9 big data and data analytics certifications for 2020

Data scientists and data analysts are in high demand. Here are the big data certifications that will give your career an edge.


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Demand for DevOps engineers sees RMIT launch new short course

RMIT has launched a DevOps short course as part of its Future Skills online portfolio to help with the growing demand for specialists in Australia.


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Malware and malicious insiders account for most government cybercrime costs

Australia’s reliance on technology for the provision of government services means the effects of cybercrime on citizens have the potential to be incredibly far reaching.


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Cyber scammers take advantage of bushfire crisis

With the fire season in Australia resulting in loss of lives, property damage and unprecedented loss of wildlife, scammers are wasting no time to take advantage of those wishing to help.