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A growing body of evidence reveals that ransomware is increasingly the domain of multi-million dollar criminal enterprises, which recruit specialists and apply their skill sets broadly to extort money from their victims.  The business is highly lucrative and ransomware gangs are seeking cost-effective returns for their effort.  “The reality now

Digital practitioners in Australia need to be empowered to continuously execute transformation programs, but a risk averse culture and a disconnect between c-suite leaders is stifling their efforts.  Those are two key takeaways from upcoming research by Adapt titled, Adapt’s Top 10 Strategic Priorities for Australia – 2020.  Adapt, which

ANZ began dismantling hierarchies in 2018 as part of a move to agile, a way of working which favours “stand-up” meetings and “sprints” rather than traditional methods of delivery and management structures.  The practice is popular with tech giants and digital natives but ANZ was reportedly the first Australian bank

While a strong partnership between CMOs and CIOs is seen as critical to success, few do it well according to new research from Forrester. Webinar: Can I Trust You? Building Customer Trust into Better Experiences. Register today! Download: Strategy First – How marketers can avoid common technology pitfalls and drive

Seven months into her role as CIO of SaaS company Zendesk, Colleen Berube has finished an audit of the 250 different technologies used to run the business — 85 per cent of those are managed outside of IT. Speaking to Which-50 between sessions at the company’s Showcase event in Melbourne

The role of IT has changed dramatically over the last two decades, and the expectations on technology leaders like CIOs and CTOs have evolved to reflect these changes. Often, those IT chiefs are required to help their organisations adjust to the business disruption this technology-led change has ushered in. These

For the first time, research company Gartner has found that a sizeable group of consumers and employees are unwilling to give up security, safety and peace of mind in exchange for convenience. As a result three quarters of marketing organisations are now rethinking the way they look at customer data,

Digital leaders drive innovation, while the mob wants stability. In blunt terms, that’s the difference between how leaders and followers treat transformation, according to this year’s global Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey. Now in its 21st year, the survey is one of the largest of its kind in the world. The

Australian organisations are struggling to scale their digital initiatives and local CIOs are less likely than their global counterparts to hold a strategic role in their organisation. Australia and New Zealand data from Gartner’s 2019 CIO Agenda survey released this week found only 30 per cent of organisations in ANZ

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Leaning on technology to improve the employee experience has led the HR team at insurance company IAG to work more closely with both IT and analytics. Speaking to Which-50 between sessions at ServiceNow’s user conference in Las Vegas this week, David Lahood, Executive Manager, Systems & Partnering at IAG, said