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The Australian Government says the national value of open data could be as high as $25 billion per year. Globally, McKinsey puts the value at $3 trillion. It’s little wonder stakeholders are clamouring for their share, attempting to devise systems which enable the transfer and reuse of that data.  However,

With a federal election looming, concerns have been raised that the foreign influence exerted on democratic processes during the 2016 US presidential election and Brexit campaigns could occur in Australia. Experts Which-50 spoke with suggested attempts by foreign governments to sow discord are likely here, as the political and civil

Australia’s biggest companies are struggling with the sheer pace of change as old certainties are challenged by twin threats. On the one hand they need to keep a watchful eye on the new generation of technically savvy entrepreneurs, and on the other, there is the growing menace of global technology

Once seen as disruptors for hire, and often met with entrenched organisational resistance, Chief Digital Officers have emerged as key strategic operators.  Increasingly they also have a direct reporting relationship to the CEO, according to studies conducted by Forrester Research and others. However, despite the growing centrality of digital strategy, the role

The Australian Notifiable Data Breaches scheme comes into effect this week — a new set of rules that will force businesses to be more honest with consumers. But, with the scheme about to commence, critics argue the laws have serious shortcomings for both consumers and businesses, and Australia may have

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An Australian senate inquiry into the digital delivery of government services is currently underway following a series of high-profile digital failures and mounting political pressure. The inquiry, which will examine “strategies for whole of government digital transformation”, puts the spotlight on the Australian public service’s ability to bring itself into