IT Management > IT governance

Queensland releases Open Data Policy Statement

11 September, 2017 by Jonathan Nally

Queensland's first Open Data Policy Statement will foster greater ingenuity and create jobs, the sunshine state's government predicts.


OAIC publishes its FY18 corporate plan

04 September, 2017 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner has listed preparing for the mandatory data breach legislation and developing a privacy governance code for the APS as two of its top priorities for FY18.


AIIA welcomes govt IT contract cap

24 August, 2017 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The Australian Information Industry Association has welcomed the government's reforms to its ICT procurement arrangements, including the $100m cap on individual IT contracts.


Is smarter business better business?

15 August, 2017

In today's market, you will not find many CEOs asking themselves whether or not they should tackle digitalisation.


DTA's new CEO outlines priorities

07 August, 2017 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

During his first speech as CEO of the Digital Transformation Agency, Gavin Slater outlined the agency's key priorities in digitally transforming government service delivery.


Will Europe’s new data laws affect you?

14 June, 2017 by Peter Hall, Advisor, Enterprise Infrastructure and Management, IBRS

Huge fines could await Australian firms that don't embrace the EU's new General Data Protection Regulation framework.


Blockchain delegation heads to New York

16 May, 2017

A 26-member Australian delegation is heading to the US to showcase solutions in digital currencies, identity management and more.


A/NZ CIOs are ahead on digital transformation

08 May, 2017 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Gartner says local CIOs are more focused on digitalisation than their global peers and nearly half are already participating in digital ecosystems.


Tool simplifies employment agreement process

02 May, 2017

An online tool developed by Business.govt.nz one year ago has resulted in the completion of more than 100,000 employment agreements.


95% of large enterprises are falling behind

13 April, 2017 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Although nearly three-quarters of large enterprises agree that IT transformation will be key to staying competitive, only 5% have graduated to the final 'transformed' stage, a survey suggests.


Bank boycott of Apple Pay rejected by ACCC

05 April, 2017

Banks have been denied authorisation by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to collectively bargain with Apple and boycott Apple Pay.


Government tech needs to improve, survey shows

14 March, 2017

Almost all Australians believe they would benefit from government utilising the latest technology for service delivery, according to a new survey.


USQ recognised for IT contribution

10 March, 2017

An academic at the University of Southern Queensland (USQ) has been recognised for her contribution to the work of the IT industry.


Oceania CACS conference targets technology-driven change

06 March, 2017

Oceania CACS 2017 will provide insights into the solutions that can be adopted within organisations facing the accelerating impact of technology-driven change.


Global digital transformation practices showcased at symposium

03 February, 2017

The upcoming International Symposium on Digital Earth & Locate17 offers an opportunity to understand various digital transformation practices from around the world.


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