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  • Think your management job is safe? Beware: the 'iCEO' is coming

    The prospect of automation has long sparked fears of jobs lost to robotic replacements, but typically such worries have focused on blue-collar and other low-level positions. Well, the Institute for the Future has a message for all those in the upper echelons feeling complacent about their job security: The iCEO is coming.

  • No more excuses, time to roll out IPv6, says registry boss

    As the dwindling number of IPv4 addresses starts to cause problems for organizations around the world, time has come to roll out IPv6 on a larger scale and leave behind dead-end technologies that delay the inevitable, according to the chief of the regional Internet registry in Asia-Pacific.

  • Government control emerges as central issue at ICANN meeting

    What level of control governments should exert over the Internet emerged early in ICANN's meeting this week as a primary sticking point, with the representative from France advocating for more state control and the U.K. arguing for less.

  • ICANN CEO wants to make progress on US split at London meeting

    ICANN CEO Fadi Chehadé hopes to make progress on the split with the U.S. government and convince critics that the organization is on the right track when it meets in London next week.

  • Switching to cloud in a risk-averse culture

    Tackling a risk-averse corporate culture is critical for companies transitioning to the cloud, says Krist Davood, group CIO, Court Services Victoria.

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  • Sydney Water IT security manager talks governance strategy

    Information security governance should not be treated like corporate governance, IT security steering committees must have the right stakeholders and the board can remain largely unaware of security issues. Those are key strategies for effective security governance, says IT security and assurance manager at Sydney Water, Stephen Frede.

  • Open-source software's hidden snags

    When CIO Daniel Chan was first prompted to use open-source software, cost savings weren't top of mind.

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