The ABS has outlined a move to visual statistics in the hope of communicating with the Australian public more effectively.
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The transition to cloud-based applications is in a similar vein to the move from steam power to electricity, according to Wilson HTM chief information officer, Scott Stewart.
A panel of CIOs have agreed developing a workplace social media policy around the use of sites like Twitter is not exclusively an IT issue.
A survey of some 400 CIOs across the Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) region indicates that while 70 per cent feel the effects of the GFC have passed, an average 2.3 per cent budget increase will take place in these organisations.
National ICT Careers Week kicks off this month with all states and territories hosting events aimed at 14-19 year olds.
Businesses must be flexible and provide alternative career paths for their employees in order to survive the current skills drought.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) is looking for a new chief information officer with an advertisement for the position running today.
Greater flexibility, a variety of clients and the impact of the Gershon report have allowed the Canberra Data Centre (CDC) to provide data facilities for 16 different government agencies.
The University of Queensland Business School’s Enterprize competition enters its tenth year and provides an opportunity for startups around the nation to launch their IT business into the marketplace.
The CIO of the federal Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations, Glen Archer, has admitted there are fewer places for IT contractors in Canberra, but stopped short of saying there in a new skills crisis in the nation's capital.