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Displaying items by tag: Culture

Creative event company AGB Events produced and delivered a travelling installation on famous Alice to Darwin train "The Ghan" with the help of technical partner Novatech Creative Event Technology and a Fujifilm Z5000 projector in a stunning event that is now Ghan, but not forgotten.

Published in Business IT

Australian-listed Macquarie Telecom Group has been recognised as one of the top places to work in Australia in the annual global Best Places to Work List, for fostering an “inclusive workforce” and its Heartbeat customer service program.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Diversity and representation is a hot topic – not before time, some would say – so it's not surprising that a fresh spotlight has been turned on human emojis. A survey conducted for Adobe suggests Australians want a more diverse and inclusive range of emojis.

Published in Strategy

GUEST OPINION: There is no typical day or start to a new role for a Chief Technology Officer when dealing with the goals and technological needs of a business. Primarily, CTOs are hired to decrease ongoing spending, analyse market trends and forecast profits; they help the business attain and retain a competitive edge, and stay technologically sustainable.

Published in Guest Opinion

Global hybrid multi-cloud data management vendor, NetApp, announced its data fabric as a service initiative, Keystone, this week. With Keystone's roots in Australian innovation, ANZ MD Paul Crighton speaks about where the region's sights are set next.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 20 February 2019 10:44

Culture important for innovation: Tibco executive

Culture, not just technology, is important when organisations seek to be innovators, an IT executive claims.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Microsoft and partner companies are working with the NSW Department of Education and the Aboriginal Education and Communities Directorate in a program aimed at safeguarding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and language, through Australia’s first augmented reality and digital skills initiative, The Njulgang Project.

Published in Strategy

How do you build, and then protect, the right company culture? According to Merritt Anderson, the answer is you work at it.

Published in The Wired CIO
Wednesday, 17 October 2018 16:43

Bringing female faces to (traditionally) male places

Splunk’s president of Worldwide Field Operations runs 68% of the company and has a distinguished career across the NSA, Sun and Salesforce. Oh, and incidentally, she’s a woman. 

Published in The Wired CIO
Wednesday, 03 October 2018 22:49

Make culture your hiring priority, says Splunk VP

It’s not inevitable a high-growth company has to sacrifice the close and non-bureaucratic culture it enjoyed as a start-up. The key is to make culture the number one piece in your hiring, says Simon Eid.

Published in The Wired CIO

Red Hat is a successful, public open source software company. It’s the first open source company to crack US$1 billion in revenue and is closing in on US$3 billion. Here is some advice from the chief executive for your own business.

Published in The Linux Distillery

24 Australian students have just completed Huawei's most prominent global CSR program, Seeds for the Future, which immerses qualifying undergraduates in an impressive three week work and cultural experience program.

Published in Development

You'd think an organisation the size of Telstra should have well-oiled processes. Yet, my experience shows you can't get an NBN service without micro-managing it yourself. Worse, Telstra's senior management appears to demonstrate that a culture of lack of care comes from the top.

Published in The Wired CIO

Apple and JB Hi-Fi have become the latest tech-related companies to release their workplace diversity reports, and both have admitted they're not doing well enough.

Published in Recruitment
Tuesday, 18 October 2011 14:57

NBN: levelling the cost of consuming culture

The co-developer of Australia's first "cultural price index" says that the NBN will go a long way towards reducing the huge disparity that exists between the cost of participating in culture events in urban and rural Australia.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Some 600 years after construction began, China's Palace Museum and IBM opened the sprawling walled fortress to the world via an immersive 3D virtual experience.

Published in A Meaningful Look
Sunday, 28 September 2008 14:19

Top 5 Linux references in pop-culture

That ubiquitous Linux! It's on your computer, your mobile phone, your handheld GPS. What's more, it's also in movies, cartoons, comics and books around you too! Here are my top 5 Linux references as found in popular culture.
Published in The Linux Distillery
So, given the choice, which Web video would you rather watch? A swimsuit-clad Paris Hilton insisting she would make a great President of the USA or a totally naked Paris Hilton not putting the world to rights? Thankfully, the web audience seems to be flocking to the right Paris...

Published in Networking
Saturday, 12 July 2008 01:59

Fake Steve Jobs R.I.P

The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs has quite likely seen the last entry as former Forbes Magazine journalist Daniel Lyons announces the death of his cult online persona. But will a new blog under his own name have the same impact as the satirical postings of the Fake Steve Jobs?

Published in Networking
Monday, 23 June 2008 23:25

Perth man selling entire life on eBay

Ian Usher has not coped brilliantly with the ending of his 8 year marriage. In fact, as everything seems to remind him of his failed relationship he has decided to do something about it: sell his entire life on eBay.

Published in Networking
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