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Why robotic process automation can boost morale - Nintex
A quarter of those surveyed said having to navigate deficient IT processes as part of their role would drive them to move on earlier than otherwise planned.
Three ways organisations can create a modern workplace that nurtures talent
Empired cites recent research by Gartner which found that only 30.3% of employees had a high intent to stay in their positions in Australia - below the international average.
Accelerating the DevOps journey for better results
Organisations that aren’t effectively incorporating DevOps into their businesses should take stock and see where they can improve, says Micro Focus.
How the growing pace of change will shape workplaces in 2020
Technology has fundamentally altered the workplace in recent years, and the pace of this change will accelerate further during 2020, says Cubic Consulting.
The rise of SaaS in achieving operational excellence
SaaS helps to achieve associated behaviour changes in the business by fostering a culture of innovation, agility, with systems always-on and accessible anywhere, Enlighten says.
Interview: How culture drives success in DevOps
Collaboration, communication, breaking down silos, and psychological safety are key elements of the DevOps journey.
The growing role of big data in achieving operational excellence
Data is one of the core elements of a digitally intelligent company and it is the key to unlocking real operational excellence.
Businesses must start planning for the cloud-native age – New Relic
DevOps creates automation between software development and IT/operations; enabling tech teams to build, test, and distribute software quickly and more reliably.
Assessing where a business sits on the DevOps maturity scale - NGINX
Australian enterprises are spending more of their IT budgets on product development, making it their number one priority.
Integrating data into decision-making from the ground up
In order to implement a change that can be sustained, organisations need to find a way to embed it into their culture.
Interview: Culture and cloud - the battle for cybersecurity
ESET CTO Juraj Malcho talks about the importance of culture in a cybersecurity strategy and the challenges and benefits of a world in the cloud.
Gartner: Technology, culture change must go hand in hand
Gartner predicts that by 2021, CIOs will be as responsible for culture change as chief HR officers.
LogRhythm: Foster a culture of cybersecurity awareness
According to the Australian Cyber Security Centre, the danger to local organisations has never been greater.
“Tell me why I’m wrong!” - Verykios’ (frank) view of the channel
Nick Verykios has been managing director of Arrow ECS A/NZ for coming up 15 years. He has insightful and incisive things to say about the channel.
Exclusive interview: Okta CSO on skill shortages, passwordless authentication, and UX
The tension between security and user experience is one IT practitioners have had to grapple with as businesses become more vulnerable to breaches.
Australians choose better work / life balance over better pay
“Employers are fast realising these non-monetary benefits help to build a satisfied, motivated, productive and loyal workforce.”
Hong Kong shines at workplace culture awards
Employers that are more transparent, supportive of staff growth and lead by example are more likely to be rated as a good place to work by staff.
Interview: Vodafone's Kirstin Te Wao on workplace diversity & inclusion
"We want to start the discussion – Why is it that I have these stereotypes in my head that women should be at home and men are the breadwinners?"
Why culture is important when choosing a partner
Culture starts at the top with the CEO, permeates from the bottom, and percolates from within.
TechnologyOne pumps $49.9 million into R&D
The R&D investment exceeds the market average of approximately 12% and equates to 18% of the company’s revenue.
From shoplifting to Pushpay: How to install a 'just culture' in your workplace
“We would hit the big department stores, and because we were kids we would steal snack food.”