A recent poll has found that 88 percent of IT managers believe the complexity in their IT organisation is now higher than it was 18 months ago.
Stories by Siobhan McBride
Melbourne's Metropolitan Fire and Emergency Services Board (MFB) is implementing an enterprise-wide electronic document and records management system.
Storage has come along way in just a few short years with the advent of virtualization, information lifecycle management and consolidation. Companies of any size can access a vast array of strategies, tools and solutions. But what's next? Siobhan McBride looks at where storage can go from here
Sometimes called the grey army, workers over 55 may hold the key to help the IT industry overcome continuing skills shortages.
High-speed Internet access has become a hotel essential like beds, the telephone and television, according to independent hospitality IT consultant Ted Horner.
As the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) readies for its end of financial year deluge, it's paying more attention to those individuals who submit their tax return online - all 1.1 million of them.
IT professionals need to stand up to business managers by challenging requests for technology that don't fit with the corporate plan.
As demand for storage grows so too does the need for more skilled specialists. But it takes more than hands-on experience to become a storage guru, it takes the right training.
As wireless networks become increasingly popular, skills to implement and manage them speed to the top of the must-have list, but courses to learn the ins and outs are less visible. Siobhan McBride reports
Once upon a time, the fax machine was a staple piece of technology in offices around Australia.
The Western Australian Department of Conservation and Land Management (CALM) is implementing an electronic document and records management system (EDRMS) for more than 1000 staff across 50 locations.
Andrew Crow, chief information officer of University of Notre Dame in Western Australia, says readying his team for a major storage implementation was a big consideration.
Spam has gone to the dogs, according to the latest monthly spam Index from Clearswift.
The South Australian Department of Further Education, Employment, Science and Technology is implementing an electronic document and records management system for its 4000 employees.
The perceived success of an IT department isn't just about financial performance and back-office efficiency, final judgement often relys on end-user satisfaction.