Data from cloud-native stacks too hard to manage - report
Dynatrace has released the results of an independent global survey showing that current solutions do not have the capacity to garner meaningful insights from data generated by cloud-native architectures.
Few A/NZ data leaders driving strategic business decisions
Qlik has found that fewer than one in ten data leaders in A/NZ are driving strategic business decisions within their companies, despite investing heavily in new data platforms.
Snake Keylogger credential stealer slithers back on the radar of A/NZ businesses
Snake Keylogger has re-emerged on the threat landscape with a brand new malspam campaign targeting IT decision-makers.
Use the downturn to set your business up well for the upswing
Let's face it, an economic downturn is the last thing any business leader wants or needs. But market conditions are different to the last time we've seen something like this.
How organisations can overcome the information management challenges businesses face today
Digitalisation means that physical filing cabinets may have disappeared; however, in many cases, these relics have simply been replaced with digital file shares that replicate legacy information management practices.
The future is digital
The ongoing crises the world faces make one thing increasingly clear: to remain future-proof, companies need to act now and tackle the transformation projects they have postponed due to concerns about expenses and risks.
Talend announces support for Amazon Redshift Serverless
Talend has announced its support for Amazon Redshift Serverless, with the company saying the integration reinforces its commitment and leadership in supporting businesses.
10 Minute IT Jams
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - An update from Heidrick & Struggles
Graham Kittle joins us today to discuss how the company is helping organisations bring about change within their business.
How Dell student TechCrew is shaping the next generation of IT leaders
The Australian Information Industry Association’s annual member survey found that local talent acquisition has declined by 20% compared with 2021, with leadership roles the hardest to fill.
Delinea’s Joseph Carson recognised with OnCon Icon Award
Delinea chief security scientist and advisory CISO Joseph Carson has been recognised as a Top 50 Information Security Professional in the 2022 OnCon Icon Awards.
Leadership out of touch with employee expectations - Microsoft
Sixty percent of managers in Singapore say leadership at their company is out of touch with employee expectations.
RMIT Online identifies new trend dubbed 'the office clash'
As most companies return to work in post-restriction Australia, the conflict about the office's role between business leaders and employees is growing.
Understanding the weight on security leader’s shoulders, and how to shift it
Millions of dollars of government funding and internal budgets are being funnelled into cybersecurity to build resilience against sophisticated threats, indicating how serious this issue has become.
Training & certification: It's time for leaders to loosen the purse strings
Here we explore reasons that companies can benefit from investing in staff training and certification as well as ways to persuade leadership teams to invest.
3 signs your company could do more to promote women in cybersecurity
The business case for diversity is stronger than ever: companies that are more diverse outperform their less diverse peers financially.
CrowdStrike fourth quarter and fiscal year 2022 financial results
Global cybersecurity company CrowdStrike has announced financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year 2022.
20% of CTOs reached the position in less than five years - A fast career path?
STX Next research has found that 20% of CTOs reached their position in fewer than five years, demonstrating a fast, viable career path.
IWD 2022: Leading during uncertain times - the rising importance of empathy
We’re currently witnessing one of the greatest shifts in workplace culture in history with 'control and command' leadership fading out.
Women in Technology
IWD 2022: Degreed sees increase in women in tech leadership
Degreed has announced the implementation of its Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DIB) program has seen a significant increase in women in leadership roles.
IWD 2022: McGrathNicol on encouraging women into cyber security
McGrathNicol cyber partner, Joss Howard specialises in helping companies assess and improve their security posture, developing strategies, and identifying initiatives to achieve cyber best practice.
Secure Code Warrior
IWD 2022: Secure Code Warrior talks women in STEM
Attracting women into STEM should begin at a young age by fostering a healthy, positive, and unbiased environment in which both girls and boys are equally encouraged to follow their passion.
IWD 2022: Soprano director on attracting women to STEM
The technology industry continues to see gender biases, pay gaps, and women thinking twice before expressing their opinions—and it’s deterring young female talent from entering the industry.
IWD 2022: MetricSteam on female leadership and examples in tech
Execute more workshops and create more mentoring programmes with women leaders who are already part of the organisation, as well as external sources too.
IWD 2022: Crowdstrike comments on supporting women in tech
As an industry, we are still overcoming the bias that a career in tech or cybersecurity is primarily for men.