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Interview: Why we need more ideas  
By Angelica Mari | Sep 28, 2009 | Comment Now 
Guy Kawasaki talks venture capital, CIOs and social media.
 
Opinion: Should we shoot the business analyst?  
By Stewart Armstrong | Feb 6, 2009 | Comment Now 
The high failure rate of software projects is not solely the fault of analysts, says Stewart Armstrong.
 
Microsoft on IE8: we won’t break the Web 
By William Maher | Feb 14, 2008 | Comment Now 
No matter what you think about IE, you’ve got to feel sorry for the developers preparing the new IE8.
 
Head to head: Do we really need compulsory data leakage disclosure laws?  
Oct 29, 2007 | Comment Now 
New privacy laws have spread across the US and could be enforced in Australia
 
The End: We need to rethink fraud 
Responsibility for spotting identity fraud should rest with business, says Bruce Schneier.
 
Broadband is the service we cannot live without 
By Robert Jaques | Oct 27, 2006 | Comment Now 
All social sectors agree, according to report.
 
VoIP: Can we talk? 
Sep 4, 2006 | Comment Now 
VoIP cuts costs and streamlines communication for enterprises, but are the benefits worth the security risks? Dan Kaplan investigates.
 
Editorial: Keeping up with the world we live in 
By Paul Fisher, | Sep 4, 2006 | Comment Now 
Sometimes, events conspire to focus the mind. The happenings of the past month fall into this category. It started when Dell and Apple were forced into an expensive recall of ...
 
Letter: We need people skills 
Aug 14, 2006 | Comment Now 
Aviva's Paul Wood is right when he says in your cover story that information security people focus too much on technology (SC, July, p27).
 
Can we talk? 
By Dan Kaplan | Aug 8, 2006 | Comment Now 
Ma Bell, meet your precocious newborn, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). The technology, just a few years old, is growing up fast as enterprises and home users abandon ...
 
Only we can save the world wide web 
By Paul Simmonds | Jul 12, 2006 | Comment Now 
One of the delegates at the closed Executive Security Action Forum, held before the RSA conference this year, asked: "What will the internet look like – and will it even be ...
 
We all need to shout louder 
By John Colley | Feb 13, 2006 | Comment Now 
As the security community starts another year, it is time to take stock of significant accomplishment. According to the second annual (ISC)2 Global Workforce Study, we are ...
 
We can’t be quite so open any more 
By Brian Shorten, | Feb 10, 2006 | Comment Now 
a recent article about the growing fear of identity theft reminded me of a recent incident involving one of my colleagues, a hospital doctor. Let’s call him John Smith, and his ...
 
We all need open standards 
By Nick Barron | Jan 25, 2006 | Comment Now 
The latest SANS "Top 20" vulnerability list was released recently. While it needs to be taken with a pinch of salt, it did come up with an interesting observation. It seems the ...
 
We must all play our part 
 
We all have a role to play 
By Illena Armstrong | Aug 26, 2005 | Comment Now 
Do we need federal laws to prevent data theft? Or should industry take point? Illena Armstrong hears from Tom Davis, a Congressman with the power to decide
 
Can we Trust our Workforce? 
By Petri Säkkinen | Aug 10, 2005 | Comment Now 
Traditionally, one of the most important assets of any successful company is its workforce. Competitive edge comes from employing hard-working, law-abiding motivated individuals...
 
We are dead wrong about risk 
 
Hakuna matata - we don't care about spam 
By David Quainton | Apr 11, 2005 | Comment Now 
People may not like spam, but they are increasingly learning to live with it. A new report by the Pew Internet and American Life Project suggests users do not hate spam as much ...
 
Can we trust our workforce? 
By Petri Säkkinen | Feb 23, 2005 | Comment Now 
Traditionally, one of the most important assets of any successful company is its workforce. Competitive edge comes from employing hard-working, law-abiding motivated individuals...
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The great data centre opportunity on Australia's doorstep
The great data centre opportunity on Australia's doorstep
Scott Noteboom, CEO of LitBit speaking at The Australian Data Centre Strategy Summit 2014 in the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. http://bit.ly/1qpxVfV Scott Noteboom is a data centre engineer who led builds for Apple and Yahoo in the earliest days of the cloud, and who now eyes Asia as the next big opportunity. Read more: http://www.itnews.com.au/News/372482,how-do-we-serve-three-billion-new-internet-users.aspx#ixzz2yNLmMG5C
Interview: Karl Maftoum, CIO, ACMA
Interview: Karl Maftoum, CIO, ACMA
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Susan Sly: What is the Role of the CIO?
Susan Sly: What is the Role of the CIO?
AEMO chief information officer Susan Sly calls for more collaboration among Australia's technology leaders at the CIO Strategy Summit.
Meet the 2014 Finance CIO of the Year
Meet the 2014 Finance CIO of the Year
Credit Union Australia's David Gee awarded Finance CIO of the Year at the iTnews Benchmark Awards.
Meet the 2014 Retail CIO of the Year
Meet the 2014 Retail CIO of the Year
Damon Rees named Retail CIO of the Year at the iTnews Benchmark Awards for his work at Woolworths.
Robyn Elliott named the 2014 Utilities CIO of the Year
Robyn Elliott named the 2014 Utilities CIO of the Year
Acting Foxtel CIO David Marks accepts an iTnews Benchmark Award on behalf of Robyn Elliott.
Meet the 2014 Industrial CIO of the Year
Meet the 2014 Industrial CIO of the Year
Sanjay Mehta named Industrial CIO of the Year at the iTnews Benchmark Awards for his work at ConocoPhillips.
Meet the 2014 Healthcare CIO of the Year
Meet the 2014 Healthcare CIO of the Year
Greg Wells named Healthcare CIO of the Year at the iTnews Benchmark Awards for his work at NSW Health.
Meet the 2014 Education CIO of the Year
Meet the 2014 Education CIO of the Year
William Confalonieri named Healthcare CIO of the Year at the iTnews Benchmark Awards for his work at Deakin University.
Meet the 2014 Government CIO of the Year
Meet the 2014 Government CIO of the Year
David Johnson named Government CIO of the Year at the iTnews Benchmark Awards for his work at the Queensland Police Service.
Q and A: Coalition Broadband Policy
Q and A: Coalition Broadband Policy
Malcolm Turnbull and Tony Abbott discuss the Coalition's broadband policy with the press.
AFP scalps hacker 'leader' inside Australia's IT ranks.
AFP scalps hacker 'leader' inside Australia's IT ranks.
The Australian Federal Police have arrested a Sydney-based IT security professional for hacking a government website.
NBN Petition Delivered To Turnbull's Office
NBN Petition Delivered To Turnbull's Office
UTS CIO: IT teams of the future
UTS CIO: IT teams of the future
UTS CIO Chrissy Burns talks data.
New UTS Building: the IT within
New UTS Building: the IT within
The IT behind tomorrow's universities.
iTnews' NBN Panel
iTnews' NBN Panel
Is your enterprise NBN-ready?
Introducing iTnews Labs
Introducing iTnews Labs
See a timelapse of the iTnews labs being unboxed, set up and switched on! iTnews will produce independent testing of the latest enterprise software to hit the market after installing a purpose-built test lab in Sydney. Watch the installation of two DL380p servers, two HP StoreVirtual 4330 storage arrays and two HP ProCurve 2920 switches.
The True Cost of BYOD
The True Cost of BYOD
iTnews' Brett Winterford gives attendees of the first 'Touch Tomorrow' event in Brisbane a brief look at his research into enterprise mobility. What are the use cases and how can they be quantified? What price should you expect to pay for securing mobile access to corporate applications? What's coming around the corner?
Ghost clouds
Ghost clouds
ACMA chair Chris Chapman says there is uncertainty over whether certain classes of cloud service providers are caught by regulations.
Was the Snowden leak inevitable?
Was the Snowden leak inevitable?
Privacy experts David Vaile (UNSW Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre) and Craig Scroggie (CEO, NextDC) claim they were not surprised by the Snowden leaks about the NSA's PRISM program.
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