21
Jan 19

Knowledge Management: what to look out for in 2019

Author:Ash Natesh

Knowledge management and information management executives are looking to the future in 2019. Below is an overview on the changes ahead in 2019 spanning AI, content management, blockchain, process automation and more. Technology has had a tremendous impact on knowledge management (KM), inspiring the development of robust software platforms to leverage KM strategies. Knowledge management … Continue reading Knowledge Management: what to look out for in 2019

23
Nov 18

Digital Government Update!

On 21st November 2018, the Australian Government announced its 7 year strategy for full Digital Transformation meaning that all services will be available digitally in 2025. “Intended changes include being able to register births, marriages and deaths across federal, state and territory governments in one instance rather than for each individual body.The Government also intends … Continue reading Digital Government Update!

14
Jun 18

Looking outside the sector to improve service quality across IT in universities

Improving the service quality across IT in universities is both a massive priority and infinitely easier said than done. There is no doubt that the industry features some truly brilliant people, working on some exceedingly clever and innovative projects. At the same time, however, the Michelin Man would be sweating in his sleep at the … Continue reading Looking outside the sector to improve service quality across IT in universities

14
Jun 18

Introducing Luke Shaw, Team Leader of Information Technology Service Desk, University of Newcastle

One leg of our service desk triumvirate is Luke Shaw – Team Leader of the Information Technology Service Desk at the University of Newcastle. Aside from being a really nice guy, we’ve invited Luke along to discuss some of the initiatives that Newcastle have in place and how they’ve overcome specific challenges around the training … Continue reading Introducing Luke Shaw, Team Leader of Information Technology Service Desk, University of Newcastle

06
Jun 18

Academic horror stories – Specialised services

Every university has the occasional campfire worthy horror tale of service requests gone wrong. One of the delegates of our previous ITS in Tertiary Education conference shared the story the other day of a frustrating issue that had come to a head the previous week.“An academic service request came through with a relatively complicated software … Continue reading Academic horror stories – Specialised services

06
Jun 18

Russell Murphy – Back by popular demand

At the 2017 ITS in Tertiary Education conference – Russell Murphy Transformation and Deployment Manager from ServiceNSW came along and shared with the delegates the ups downs and sideways of the transition toward an omnichannel contact centre at Service NSW. Some of the key points included: Prioritising the right channels for your organisation and your customer … Continue reading Russell Murphy – Back by popular demand

06
Jun 18

Key insights into improving service desk performance

Western Sydney University was recommended on a number of fronts for their approach to the personal side of the service desk. One of the biggest issues challenges for ITS in tertiary facilities is how you maintaining a level of staff expertise when turnover rates are continually high. WSU has done a lot of work in … Continue reading Key insights into improving service desk performance

23
May 18

3 ways to introduce coding into the classroom

From 2019, coding will be a compulsory requirement for primary and secondary schools in New South Wales. How are you going to integrate this into your classroom? Technology is becoming an increasingly prominent part of the learning experience in schools around the country. Although Australia is no stranger to private coding courses for kids, such … Continue reading 3 ways to introduce coding into the classroom