Publication: CIO Australia

First reported 3 hours ago - Updated 12 mins ago - 1 reports

Oregon sues Oracle over troubled health insurance website

Oregon has filed a long-expected lawsuit against Oracle over its role developing the state's troubled health insurance exchange website, alleging the vendor fraudulently induced Oregon to pay hundreds of millions of dollars for software and services that ... [Published CIO Australia - 3 hours ago]
First reported 18 hours ago - Updated 3 hours ago - 1 reports

Mobile apps could be abused to make expensive phone calls

Mobile applications often don't warn users before a call is made, which a developer says could be abused ... [Published CIO Australia - 18 hours ago]
First reported 11 hours ago - Updated 7 hours ago - 1 reports

Security spending gets boost from mobile, social and cloud, says Gartner

Worldwide spending will increase by almost 8 percent this year ... [Published CIO Australia - 11 hours ago]
Entities: Gartner Inc, Security
First reported Aug 21 2014 - Updated Aug 21 2014 - 1 reports

NIST taking input for mobile security guidelines

A new NIST publication aims to alert enterprises of potential security dangers within commercial apps ... [Published CIO Australia - Aug 21 2014]
First reported Aug 21 2014 - Updated Aug 21 2014 - 1 reports

Cloud computing: Potential, pitfalls for people with disabilities

New research argues that cloud can be an important platform for increasing the independence of people with disabilities but industry and government need a conscious approach to accessibility ... [Published CIO Australia - Aug 21 2014]
First reported Aug 21 2014 - Updated Aug 21 2014 - 1 reports

ERP rollout gives baby maker a boost

The deployment of a new ERP system at fertility clinic Genea is helping to improve the chances that patients will take home a healthy baby.In 2012, the firm created an IVF technology arm, Genea Biomedx to create products that aim to improve IVF pregnancy ... [Published CIO Australia - Aug 21 2014]
First reported Aug 21 2014 - Updated Aug 21 2014 - 1 reports

The Internet of Things Brings Legal Gotchas to CIOs

CIOs must think through privacy, compliance and other legal issues before unleashing armies of sensors ... [Published CIO Australia - Aug 21 2014]
Entities: Internet of Things
First reported Aug 21 2014 - Updated Aug 21 2014 - 1 reports

9 Inexpensive Ways to Get Your New Business Noticed Online

Congratulations on launching your startup business. The only problem is, no one knows about it. So how do you get the word out online, without having to spend thousands of dollars on advertising or PR, or buying Facebook or Twitter followers?Dozens of ... [Published CIO Australia - Aug 21 2014]
First reported Aug 21 2014 - Updated Aug 21 2014 - 1 reports

Can you handle change?

The one constant in today’s business world is change. It’s constant, inevitable and unending. The individuals and organisations that will rise to the top of the marketplace are the ones who can embrace, manage and lead change throughout an enterprise ... [Published CIO Australia - Aug 21 2014]
First reported Aug 21 2014 - Updated Aug 21 2014 - 1 reports

University of Queensland to spend $2.4M on ‘Flashlite’

‘Flashlite’ system will support research efforts in astrophysicsThe University of Queensland will spend up to $2.4 million on its latest high performance computer for intensive data crunching across multiple research areas, including astrophysics, climate ... [Published CIO Australia - Aug 21 2014]
First reported Aug 21 2014 - Updated Aug 21 2014 - 1 reports

ATO’s Bitcoin 'double tax' could drive business offshore

Bitcoin advocates have spoken out against a ruling by Australian Tax Office that may force businesses to pay double the amount of GST for sales of products and services using Australian Bitcoin exchanges.According to ATO’s ruling , "They [businesses] ... [Published CIO Australia - Aug 21 2014]
Entities: Bitcoin, ATO, Craig Wright, Taxes
First reported Aug 21 2014 - Updated Aug 21 2014 - 1 reports

Analysis of tweets around Ferguson shows Twitter's quick grip on the news

Nearly 150,000 tweets appeared a full two days before cable news networks covered it ... [Published CIO Australia - Aug 21 2014]

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"Post sale, the retailer may decide they don’t have any need for the bitcoins and sell them to a local exchange and convert them back into Australian dollars."
"We know it is our responsibility to protect customer information, and we have taken a number of steps to ensure that customers can remain confident about doing business with The UPS Store centers network" it said

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Oregon sues Oracle over troubled health insuran... [Published CIO Australia - 3 hours ago]
Security spending gets boost from mobile, socia... [Published CIO Australia - 11 hours ago]
Mobile apps could be abused to make expensive p... [Published CIO Australia - 18 hours ago]
ERP rollout gives baby maker a boost [Published CIO Australia - Aug 21 2014]
Cloud computing: Potential, pitfalls for people... [Published CIO Australia - Aug 21 2014]
NIST taking input for mobile security guidelines [Published CIO Australia - Aug 21 2014]
The Internet of Things Brings Legal Gotchas to ... [Published CIO Australia - Aug 21 2014]
9 Inexpensive Ways to Get Your New Business Not... [Published CIO Australia - Aug 21 2014]
University of Queensland to spend $2.4M on ‘Fla... [Published CIO Australia - Aug 21 2014]
ATO’s Bitcoin 'double tax' could drive business... [Published CIO Australia - Aug 21 2014]
Can you handle change? [Published CIO Australia - Aug 21 2014]
Analysis of tweets around Ferguson shows Twitte... [Published CIO Australia - Aug 21 2014]
The UPS Store says malware found on systems of ... [Published CIO Australia - Aug 21 2014]
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