News Swinburne University of Technology has paid $4 million for a supercomputer to support its groundbreaking research into astrophysics and gravitational waves.
News Around 55 technicians working on the Telstra copper network connecting and maintaining the national broadband network were sacked on the spot on Friday, the CEPU said.
News Queensland-based motoring club and mutual organisation RACQ is overhauling its digital strategy just eight months after completing its $3.9 billion merger with QT Mutual Bank.
News The Digital Transformation Agency's chief executive Gavin Slater has laid out five core priorities for the agency responsible for driving the government’s digital agenda.
News DuluxGroup’s Matthew Perry has quit his post at the $1.7 billion paints and adhesives company and will start work next week at ASX-listed Orora Group as its first CIO.
News Domino's CIO Wayne McMahon explains why the pizza franchise is in a constant mode of transformation driven by technology innovation.
News The federal government will spend $22.5 million over the next three years deploying facial recognition technology at Australia’s airports, eliminating the need for travelers to produce passports at gates.
News A mobile app that tackles that persistent problem of young and migrant workers across Australia being underpaid has, not surprisingly, been downloaded more than 14,000 times since its launch in March.
News Bill Le Blanc is leading the charge to make electronic health records a reality across seven hospitals and two rehabilitation centres in South Australia.
A look back at last year’s CIO50: #5 Alastair Sharman, Children’s Health Queensland Hospital and Health ServiceHow Alastair Sharman and his team deployed technology that gives children with physical and communication impairments the ability to navigate, control and access apps, the Internet, music, e-books, social media, and games through natural eye movements.
News Australian software firm TechnologyOne has warned Brisbane City Council (BCC) that it is willing to launch a damages claim worth at least $50 million following more project delays.rnrn
News How ANZ's former CIO Scott Collary drove consistency in the way the IT group works with the business to deliver technology for customers and staff, and worked with executive to deliver more projects using Agile methodologies.rn
News Ensuring compliance with data privacy laws is not an obstacle for enterprises, it’s a competitive advantage, claims NetApp’s chief privacy officer Sheila FitzPatrick.rnrn
News How staff satisfaction with IT services at Yarra Valley Water jumped from as a low as 30 per cent to 86 per cent under the leadership of the utility's former chief information officer Leigh Berrell's leadership.
News How William Hill's former CIO Rob James restructured and refocused teams at the betting company to deliver a more marketable product, which led to $60 million in new revenue growth for the organisation.
News How Kim Wenn drove Sun Bets, the largest global venture the multi-billion dollar gaming and wagering organisation, Tabcorp, has undertaken in its 22-year history.rnrn
News The chief executive of a Swiss digital encryption app provider has lambasted the Australian government’s proposed new laws that will compel tech companies to help local security forces access encrypted messages.rnrn
News How William Daniel Confalonieri and his team have used technology to transform the way education is delivered at Deakin University.
News What areas of business and technology are your peers focusing on now and in the near future? How are CIOs and their teams being viewed by the rest of the business? Find out in this year’s State of the CIO study.
News How a mobile app created by Retail Zoo's head of digital Christian Mc Gilloway and his team drove more than $1 million worth of revenue for the organisation over eight weeks.rn
News Dr Malcolm Thatcher describes how integrated electronic medical records are increasing the quality of care and safety for patients in Queensland.rnrn
News A war of words erupted on LinkedIn over the weekend when Telstra’s head of security services Jacqui McNamara took issue with an article by Startup Foundation founder Daniel Mumby about the lack of women in startup land.
News NBN Co on Monday said the rollout of the national broadband network had officially passed the halfway point with one in two Australians now able connect to the service.rnrn
News How the University of Southern Queensland's CIO Kenneth Edward Udas and his team create a technology suite that enabled prisoners to gain the digital skills they need for future employment.
News Ageing IT equipment and inadequate wireless networks, along with variable student and teacher access to devices are reducing the effectiveness of technology in NSW classrooms.rnrn
News How 20th Century Fox's Asia-Pacific IT director, Christopher Johnson drove a large technology project for the global organisation.
News The number of women in the tech sector has jumped by eight per cent in the last year, according to a new report. In fact, women represent 39 per cent of the total tech sector, says recruiter Davidson Technology.rnrn
News The government has given the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) the go-ahead use its ‘offensive cyber capabilities’ to fight offshore cyber crooks.rnrn
News Senior IT staff at local councils are starved of funds to replace legacy systems and are competing with business managers and councilors at the executive table who are themselves battling to meet ratepayers’ demands, according to research.
News The Northern Territory government has selected InterSystems to replace four obsolete clinical IT systems with a single platform across NT’s entire public health system.rnrn
News Organisations must trim the layers of governance built up over many years for traditional waterfall tech projects or fall victim to more agile startups, says CommBank’s senior agile coach, Stuart Mitchell.rnrn
News The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is calling on Australians to be part of a program that will measure and compare broadband speeds across the country.rnrn
News NBN, the organisation rolling out the national broadband network, has begun rolling out fibre-to-the-curb (FTTC) technology, which it claims will benefit more than 1 million homes and businesses by 2020.rnrn
News “Why is the number of women in Australia who are choosing STEM careers falling?" It’s a common question and one that the tech industry doesn’t seem to be able to answer too well.rnrn
News A hackathon run by carsales.com last November has resulted in what the global online business claims is a ‘world-first’ piece of image recognition software.
News CBA’s chief information officer, David Whiteing has delivered a blunt warning to his fellow technology and business leaders: If your current business transformation plans don’t scare you, they’re not bold enough and you’ll be left behind.rnrn