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Stories by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Sharing the Load

Peter Weill, the director of MIT's Center for Information Systems Research, says there are six key IT decisions that CIOs and the business must collaborate on. Ignore them at your peril . . .

Written by Dylan Bushell-Embling17 Nov. 08 10:35

NSW Govt advised to give students Linux laptops

NSW school students could be supplied with Linux-based laptops as part of the state's efforts for the Digital Education Revolution [DER].

Written by Dylan Bushell-Embling14 Oct. 08 13:14

Minister appoints new Australian Chief Scientist

Senator Kim Carr - Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science and Research – has appointed Professor Penny Sackett as Australia's new Chief Scientist.

Written by Dylan Bushell-Embling30 Sept. 08 14:03

SMX submitted to DSD for evaluation

Synergy Equities Group (ASX:SYG) subsidiary Data InCrypt will soon be submitting its SMX secure registered email suite for evaluation by the Defence Signals Directorate (DSD).

Written by Dylan Bushell-Embling11 Sept. 08 14:58

ISO-38500 and the road to real IT Governance

ISO-38500 has received unanimous support from the International Standards Organisation, with every country that voted approving the standard for fast-track acceptance.

Written by Dylan Bushell-Embling05 Sept. 08 13:56

Conroy spruiks Govt commitment to ICT innovation

Senator Stephen Conroy has spruiked the Rudd Government's commitment to funding ICT innovation during TechFest, an event showcasing Australian ICT research projects.

Written by Dylan Bushell-Embling05 May 08 08:46

We Can Be Heroes

Keeping track of an entire organization's IT spending and usage is a daunting prospect. However, it is fast becoming necessary - according to consultant Peter Ryan, your organization could be wasting a good deal of money on IT spending and this waste cannot reliably be detected without a unified IT operating model.

Written by Dylan Bushell-Embling31 March 08 14:25

Defence CIO gets strategic in long-term IT makeover

Late last year Greg Farr, long-serving Australian Tax Office CIO, was poached into what at the time many considered to be the least desirable senior IT job in the country.

Written by Dylan Bushell-Embling06 March 08 11:59