As data sharing becomes the new norm and we move towards open data domains, questions are being raised around information privacy and whether it has a place in this new era. We compiled the statistics on this growing issue. View the infographic below or download the high res version here: With the Data Availability and Transparency … Continue reading Can open data and privacy co-exist?
Data isn’t just used by the analytics team anymore, nor is it used in a vacuum. Data is used by and affects virtually every role in the organisation, many of which haven’t traditionally demanded data-know-how as a prerequisite. We are well into a digital economy and, as government pledges to become ‘data-driven’, it’s important even … Continue reading The data skills you need (even if you don’t think you do)
Digital engineering presents opportunities to design and build for the future in ways which have been restricted by legacy processes. Architectural Engineering and Construction firms (AEC) are beginning to take advantage of digital engineering and building information modelling (BIM) as the benefits become increasingly apparent. View the infographic below or download the high res version … Continue reading The business value of digital engineering in AEC
In response to the spate of cyber attacks on Australian Universities in recent months, the government has released a set of guidelines with the intention of helping Australian universities protect themselves against foreign interference. The University Foreign Interference Taskforce, assembled at the end of August 2019, has released the Guidelines to Counter Foreign Interference in … Continue reading How the Cyber Security Guidelines impact your partnerships
Educational institutions earn and build their reputation based on their reputation for service delivery, ability to attract a strong market share and elicit the best results from their cohort. Technology is a valuable component in maintaining student engagement from enrolment through to alumni and universities Australia-wide are refining their IT Service Management (ITSM). IT plays … Continue reading Tech-ortunities in Australian Universities
“Every great developer you know got there by solving problems they were unqualified to solve until they actually did it.” – Patrick McKenzie A good developer is a good problem solver. While programming is arguably a creative exercise of creating something out of nothing, for it to take flight the programmer must first overcome a … Continue reading Can you crack the code?
Following a year of prolific cyber attacks on Australian Universities, a new federal government taskforce will address resilience against foreign interference. Containing equal representation from universities and government agencies, the University Foreign Interference Taskforce will have a core focus on ensuring universities are “resilient to unauthorised access, manipulation, disruption or damage”. The cyber security working … Continue reading Will new taskforce put the lock on university data?