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Discord between execs and IT holding back digital transformation efforts
"An organisation is its own worst enemy, so any change has to be supported by pragmatic, self-aware leadership who are themselves changing."
IT disruption in Aussie business ‘alarming’
One in five Australian small businesses lose more than a month each year due to IT woes
APAC workers resent asking permission to access software, study finds
Workers in the Asia Pacific region are willing to 'go rogue' when it comes to their work devices.
Print management key to helping IT department
“By using an integrated print management and document capture solution with seamless interoperability, IT teams can become more efficient and their time and knowledge can be spent adding value elsewhere."
IT struggling with increased roles and limited budgets
With digital transformation rife, IT departments around the globe are being forced to do more with the same resources.
Automation is creating jobs for Aussies, not taking them away
The survey among 160 Australian CIOs reveals almost one in four IT leaders plan to hire additional permanent IT professionals.
76% of CIOs say soaring IT complexity is making job 'impossible'
IT teams are now spending an average of 29% of their time dealing with digital transformation problems, costing employers $2.5 million annually.
How shifting the IT department's role can drive innovation
Bruce McGregor, CEO of adhocracy consulting says we need to rethink how we think about IT departments.
Companies should outsource IT to avoid corporate bottleneck, exec says
“IT teams are expected to align more closely to both business goals and end-user expectations, and they are subject to new demands."
Kiwi IT specialist makes a difference in Africa – opportunities available
Read the incredible story of a young Kiwi IT specialist helping to heal Africa's poor - and further opportunities that are available.
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For many functional solutions, there is usually one department (or team) that gets the primary benefit.
Announcement: Lenovo launches PC as a Service in Australia
The new Lenovo solution allows companies to outfit their organisations with a fully-managed PC OpEx consumption model for a monthly cost.
Majority of IT professionals feel that increasing complexity is making their jobs harder
In an increasingly fast-moving digital world, companies around the globe face issues with managing their IT services.
IT departments need to up their unified solutions game
"The report provides visibility into the uses and concerns that IT departments face in respect to endpoint security, patching and mobile management."
Unmanaged wearables pose threat to the enterprise
“Wearables are deceptively private. However, hackers don’t need to take physical possession of a device in order to exploit a hole in security."
Need IT? Don’t ask your CIO
New research reveals LoB managers are heading straight to the source with their IT requirements, rather than going through the CIO.
Want to learn how you can transform legacy backup to cloud-enabled availability?
OneNet is delighted to have Luca Dell’Oca to present on the exciting new enhancements in the recently launched Veeam Availability Suite Version 9.
University of Auckland student wins REANNZ scholarship
“Future Funds is intended to give candidates the opportunity to challenge themselves - they’ll be exposed to a wide range of development opportunities
Cyber security now about mitigating risk
“In 2016, cyber security will move further toward the boardroom as a corporate issue and become a continual process of risk mitigation."
How to ensure people and data work together effectively
People and data are a powerful combination, but it can be hard to get both right. Effective people management is crucial to the success of data.
Dependency of digital infrastructure causing major IT problems
"Reliance on digital infrastructures has dramatically increased the impact and frequency of major incidents."
This is not a democracy: Controlling cloud sprawl
"Cloud has proven to be a democratic force for many organisations, but this sense of democracy is leading to the growing phenomenon of cloud sprawl."
How leading CIOs are addressing the digital skills gap
As analog revenues flatten and decline for many industries, businesses are shifting to a new source of growth: digital revenue from digital business.
Is productivity impacted by IT restrictions?
There is a disconnect between IT professionals and end users when it comes to the desktop experience, according to a new study.