RSM Bird Cameron’s director of information security, Jo Stewart-Rattray, has picked up the coveted National ICT Professional of the Year gong at the 2011 iAwards in Melbourne.
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Prime Minister Julia Gillard flicks the switch at a ceremony at the Brunswick Town Hall
The tax and compensation package released by the Federal Government as part of its carbon pricing scheme has implications for every Australian business, but ploughing through the minutiae to find out how will affect operations is something of chore.
Ausgrid has deployed a new data management platform for its smart grid network to more accurately track network utilisation and performance.
CIOs and IT managers trying to wrap their heads around how to manage consumer devices in the enterprise -- and let’s face it, that’s everybody -- will be pleased to hear that Research in Motion (RIM) has finally announced its BlackBerry Playbook tablet will go on sale in Australia on June 20.
A hellava lot happened at CeBIT 2011. Here's a quick roundup
To measure the progress in realising its vision by 2020, the government has set several goals
The newly launched app is an all-in-one travel tool for your smartphone, which allows you to plan, book, manage and share travel activities quickly and easily.
The IT services market is being turned on its head, thanks to the rapid uptake of Cloud computing and increased offshoring activities. And CIOs must take action to manage the inherent risks and unexpected costs of moving to Cloud services, according to Gartner.
Mike Foster, managing director at Fujitsu services subsidiary Kaz, has taken on the chief executive role at Fujitsu Australia.
To mark IBM's centenary year, CIO Australia has put together a slideshow of the company throughout the past 100 years.
It had to happen. NBN Co, the company charged with rolling out Australia's National Broadband Network, has jumped into social media, joining the Twitterati.