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GWMWater completes Victoria's largest digital water metering rollout

Victoria's GWMWater has used IoT technologies to create what it claims is the first application of large-scale digital watering metering across the state.

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Christian Rasmussen new WA Health Support Services CIO, David Banger joins Infrastructure Nation

Western Australia's Health Support Services (HSS) has appointed former Curtin University tech boss, Christian Rasmussen as its new chief information officer. Rasmussen replaces Jonathan Smith who has been acting CIO since Holger...

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CIO movements: Cameron Stone new TEG CIO, Mercedes Australia’s Oliver Schmill moves to the Netherlands

Virgin Australia’s former tech boss, Cameron Stone, is the new chief technology officer at ticketing, live entertainment and data analytics business, TEG. He replaces Greg Willis who left the company in November.

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A/NZ CIOs have the CEO’s attention more than ever: Gartner

CIOs across Australia and New Zealand have the attention of their chief executives in a way they haven’t before and are being asked for higher value, more strategic help by their bosses from the IT group.

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SolarWinds Trojan: Affected enterprises must use hot patches, isolate compromised gear

SolarWinds is recommending that customers hit by the Trojan embedded in a version of its Orion network-monitoring platform update to a new release of the software as Microsoft, Cisco, others weigh in.

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SolarWinds attack explained: And why it was so hard to detect

A group believed to be Russia's Cozy Bear gained access to government and other systems through a compromised update to SolarWinds' Orion software. Most organizations aren't prepared for this sort of software supply chain attack.

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Google services, apps hit by global outage

The company’s popular business apps and services, including Gmail, Docs, Workspace, Sheets and Meet were knocked offline for more than a half hour Monday morning.

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SAP rolls out RPA, low-code tools to help cut dev debt

At its annual developer conference, SAP rolled out not one but three new automation technologies, hoping to recruit citizen developers to its platform.

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With Hyperforce, Salesforce embraces the public cloud

Salesforce is letting CIOs choose where they run its software, easing compliance with data protection and data sovereignty laws.

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Salesforce scoops up team chat pioneer Slack for $27.7B

Slack’s popular business chat app will be integrated with Salesforce’s cloud tools, serving as the front end for its Customer 360 portfolio.

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CIO movements: Andy Weir to leave Bankwest, Brett Winn joins Healthscope

Bankwest’s chief information officer and EGM technology and transformation, Andy Weir, will leave the organisation on December 18 after almost 11 years in the role.

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IBM set to spin-off managed service business to focus on hybrid cloud

IBM plans to dedicate itself to hybrid cloud, AI, quantum computing, and mainframe technologies, and is breaking out its $19B Managed Infrastructure Services group in order to do so.

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Salesforce to add Einstein Analytics AI to Tableau platform

Salesforce's Einstein Analytics offering will be rebranded as Tableau CRM and Einstein's AI and machine learning capabilities will be integrated with the Tableau platform in a push to democratize data science.

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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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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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Microsoft Ignite showcases first Project Cortex AI tool for SharePoint

Civil engineering firm Mott McDonald has been testing SharePoint Syntex, the first product to come out of Microsoft’s Project Cortex proving ground for AI-based content management tools.

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ServiceNow makes platform ambitions clear with new workflow tools

ServiceNow is doubling down on its move to become a digital workflow platform with its Paris code release, adding applications for industry verticals to push beyond its ITSM roots.

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SA Human Services’ Rowan Dollar made redundant after role dissolved

The Department of Human Services South Australia’s chief information officer, Rowan Dollar, has been made redundant following a restructure at the agency which has seen his position dissolved.

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Knight Frank bolsters digital team with new hires

Global property giant Knight Frank has hired two senior technology leaders to bolster its efforts in harnessing digital to navigate the industry’s turbulent waters as the pandemic continues to wreak havoc everywhere.

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