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Posted @ Friday, 9 September 2011 12:20 PM By Matt Marlor
Run around with arms in the air and scream the sky is falling? Or think seriously about security ...
Posted @ Tuesday, 9 August 2011 2:00 PM By Matt Marlor
It's time once again to recognise Women in IT for their part in the industry!
Posted @ Friday, 1 April 2011 2:59 AM By Matt Marlor
I haven't written my thoughts on government ICT in some time. But now the winds of change promise to lash at NSW - could things possibly get back on track? Could the new government actually give a damn about its ICT investment and people?
Posted @ Monday, 21 February 2011 11:36 AM By Matt Marlor
Your generosity is needed in the fight against leukemia and blood cancer!
Posted @ Wednesday, 2 February 2011 3:26 PM By Matt Marlor
Part 4 of the DR series looks at large businesses, and the use of warm and hot recovery
Posted @ Wednesday, 26 January 2011 6:30 PM By Matt Marlor
Part 3 of the Disaster Recovery Series touches on developing your scope, and looks at local vs cloud based recovery for personal and small business purposes.
Posted @ Wednesday, 19 January 2011 4:05 PM By Matt Marlor
Part 2 of the Disaster Recovery Series gives an overview of IT approaches to risk management, a highly relevant - and sometimes missed - part of good DR planning.
Posted @ Tuesday, 18 January 2011 2:10 PM By Matt Marlor
The first in a series of posts around disaster recovery, which should be quite relevant in the context of recent events such as the Queensland floods ...
Posted @ Thursday, 6 January 2011 5:05 PM By Matt Marlor
Charity. We do it. Please support us in the fight against leukaemia and cancer!
Posted @ Saturday, 11 December 2010 1:23 AM By Matt Marlor
What are the implications of Wikileaks and other whistleblowing to your ICT operations?
Posted @ Tuesday, 19 October 2010 4:07 PM By Matt Marlor
Time for rigorous scrutiny? Oh I agree. But let's make it real scrutiny, not beancounter scrutiny...
Posted @ Sunday, 22 August 2010 3:45 AM By Matt Marlor
So the election has come and gone, and we still don't have a clear result. Surprised? Not sure you should be, but what does it mean to geeks if we have a hung parliament? Here's my opinion.
Posted @ Thursday, 5 August 2010 2:11 AM By Matt Marlor
In the midst of an election with very little difference between the main contenders, can anyone honestly say that ICT is being given the consideration that it should, in this day and age? I'd argue that you shouldn't listen to the hyperbole on the two "spin-worthy" issues that have been raised, at least until you understand how they really think about our industry.
Posted @ Thursday, 15 July 2010 4:10 PM By Matt Marlor
The Old Spice guy has won the Internet. Maybe he should win Government too!
Posted @ Thursday, 1 July 2010 12:44 PM By Matt Marlor
So Queensland have issues with their politically driven shared services agenda, and walking away from it will make it all better? Strongly doubt it.
Posted @ Wednesday, 16 June 2010 1:53 PM By Peter
Many years ago, in the time of the rule of the great Hawke, and the lesser but fairly scary Keating, ICT had a direction. It was called the Panel Period contracts, and you had to be on them to sell to government.
Posted @ Sunday, 13 June 2010 2:33 PM By Matt Marlor
Maybe I'm an still an optimist, but only by talking about the very real issues can we hope to force change. Our governments need to listen, and they need to listen now.
Posted @ Saturday, 5 June 2010 7:22 PM By Matt Marlor
Here's an innovation for the governments of Australia - caring about the future and growth of ICT industries! Shame we don't have politicans that listen ...
Posted @ Thursday, 6 May 2010 4:01 PM By Matt Marlor
The various governments of Australia, whether federal, state, or local, are technology stupid. Their investment in technology is inconsistent and relatively low. There is very little genuine thought about the importance of IT and technology investment, and in so many ways, we're regressing into luddite philosophies!