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  • ​ME exploring artificial intelligence

    Big four banks challenger, ME, will explore artificial intelligence technologies this year to build on its existing automated decision-making capabilities and further streamline how it deals with more than 365,000 customers.

  • IT spend in Australia to recover next year

    ​Australia's IT spend will bounce back and reach $85 billion next year, according to Gartner forecasts

  • Gov blind to true cyber threat on Australian industry

    ​The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) lacks a clear view of the cyber security incidents suffered by Australian businesses because they’re not sufficiently reported, the government body said today.

  • New association to set industry standards on data governance

    ​A data governance industry association has been launched today with a 12-person board which features representatives from NAB, Westpac, Qantas, IAG and Woolworths.

  • ​Machine data cure to IT's existential crisis, says Splunk's Andi Mann

    IT departments are facing an existential crisis of their own making, says Splunk chief technology advocate Andi Mann, but "metric that matter" can save them from oblivion and increase their value to the business.

  • Splunk's ambition to weave machine data fabric through your entire business

    When Splunk CTO Snehal Antani walked on stage to deliver closing keynote at the seventh annual Splunk user conference in Orlando last week he carried with him a new addition to the company's line of funny slogan t-shirts. It bore a pun to sum up the company's new outlook: "Don't be a tool".

  • Servo chain keeps its cool with IoT solution

    Peregrine Corporation is piloting an Internet of Things solution and it’s already having an impact. If successful it could be rolled out to 260 sites across the state.

  • Q&A: CTO Geoff Purcell on the changing tide at Melbourne Water

    ​When Geoff Purcell joined Melbourne Water in January last year, he arrived to a fragmented IT team, ageing asset management and business process systems, and endless disparate databases. But there was also a multi-million dollar, cross-business digital strategy that hoped to bring the government owned statutory authority up to date.

  • How to stay relaxed when you're leading a revolution

    The ASX is in the middle of a four-year, $50 million transformation of its trading and post-trade systems. And it's not just the technology that's changing.

  • Q&A: AGL CIO Simon Moorfield

    ​AGL is in the midst of a digital transformation that is changing the energy giant’s customer experience as well as the culture of its IT team. CIO Australia puts questions to the man leading the change, CIO Simon Moorfield.

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