Stories by CIO Staff

NSW Business Chamber analyses effects of carbon tax

The tax and compensation package released by the Federal Government as part of its carbon pricing scheme has implications for every Australian business, but ploughing through the minutiae to find out how will affect operations is something of chore.

ACS Vic announces Pathways scholarships

The Australian Computer Society’s (ACS) Victorian arm has committed to fostering the careers of three senior ICT managers, sponsoring their participation in the CIO Executive Council’s Pathway’s Program.

BlackBerry PlayBook launches 20 June in Australia

CIOs and IT managers trying to wrap their heads around how to manage consumer devices in the enterprise -- and let’s face it, that’s everybody -- will be pleased to hear that Research in Motion (RIM) has finally announced its BlackBerry Playbook tablet will go on sale in Australia on June 20.

In pictures: BlackBerry Travel app

The newly launched app is an all-in-one travel tool for your smartphone, which allows you to plan, book, manage and share travel activities quickly and easily.

‘As-a-service’ next generation of outsourcing: Gartner

The IT services market is being turned on its head, thanks to the rapid uptake of Cloud computing and increased offshoring activities. And CIOs must take action to manage the inherent risks and unexpected costs of moving to Cloud services, according to Gartner.

NBN Co moves into social media

It had to happen. NBN Co, the company charged with rolling out Australia's National Broadband Network, has jumped into social media, joining the Twitterati.

New BlackBerry apps to increase business productivity

As corporate executives get busier and busier, BlackBerry apps can help to increase productivity, enable quick and easy access to information, and collate data quickly. Ultimately, BlackBerry apps give executives the tools to do their job to the best of their ability while on the move!