20
Feb 17

Digital Transformation Agency… Where to next?

It doesn’t seem long since the DTO was launched and the excitement all began. Digital Government Services was the buzz topic across the Public Sector and Malcolm Turnbull, Minister of Communications at the time, was leading the charge. Fast forward to October 2016 and Angus Taylor MP, now the man leading the agenda, felt it … Continue reading Digital Transformation Agency… Where to next?

01
Feb 16

What Does the Future of Government Service Delivery Look Like?

If someone asks you to describe in one word what it’s like to file your tax with the Government, I am sure there are lots of words which quickly spring to mind. If someone then asked you describe in one word what it was like to file your tax with the ATO five years ago, … Continue reading What Does the Future of Government Service Delivery Look Like?

18
Sep 15

ITS in Tertiary Education – Don’t Miss the Latest Innovations

On the back of last year’s successful ITS in Universities event, Criterion Conferences are collaborating with Systems Thinking again to produce the next iteration ITS in Tertiary Education. On the 25th and 26th of November in Melbourne, we have a fantastic new line up of speakers from Australia and New Zealand presenting on the most … Continue reading ITS in Tertiary Education – Don’t Miss the Latest Innovations

30
Mar 15

Uncertainty Continues over the Future of Research Infrastructure

Education Minister Christopher Pyne’s decision to split the education bill has handed the NCRIS a year of respite and saved thousands of jobs for a little while longer. A decision which was far from expected was relief to the ears for all those in the research space but uncertainty continues to linger on the future … Continue reading Uncertainty Continues over the Future of Research Infrastructure

12
Mar 15

Fintech Hub Stone and Chalk Opens in Sydney

The new Fintech hub Chalk and Stone opened this week on Level 26 at 45 Clarence Street. After around three months of negotiations, the site has been decided and will be open to a number of Fintech entrepreneurs this coming May. The grand unveiling took place this week with NSW Premier Mike Baird one of … Continue reading Fintech Hub Stone and Chalk Opens in Sydney

20
Feb 15

The State of Education in ASEAN

I recently returned from a week in Kuala Lumpur after attending the World Performing Universities Conference. The event, which brought together academics from Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Japan, Australia, Pakistan and India to name a few, gave a fantastic insight into the current state of education in the ASEAN region and highlighted the desire for rapid … Continue reading The State of Education in ASEAN

30
Jan 15

Driving research at Monash University by expanding cloud infrastructure

As the eResearch landscape begins to evolve in the University space, Monash University have taken the move of deploying their Mellanox CloudX Platform which will be part of their collaboration with the National eResearch Collaboration Tools and Resources (NeCTAR) Project. Monash University is leading the charge in establishing their own eResearch capability and building this … Continue reading Driving research at Monash University by expanding cloud infrastructure

30
Dec 14

What are the common bottlenecks to DevOps?

 The road to embrace DevOps can be a long continuous journey. With around 60% of CIO’s planning to use DevOps to manage the development of their software and systems, governance needs to be in place to ensure the implementation is successful. One of the main goals of DevOps is to improve the overall workflow in … Continue reading What are the common bottlenecks to DevOps?