Acquia's Tom Cochran offers insights into lessons from digital government efforts under the Obama administration. He schools UK gov on the topic.
ABI is on a journey of infusing innovation into every part of the organization. That requires a significant degree of cultural change. Here's how they're doing it.
Julio Avalos, the Chief Business Officer GitHub, believes DevOps principles and tools can lead a change in the way organisations deal with knowledge work.
Woodside Energy is transforming itself into a 'data driven' business. Its plans are ambitious but they are not without significant technical and cultural challenges.
Building the Internet of Things in the Australian tropical rainforest is not easy, particularly when giant rats view your kit as lunch.
The travails of Australia's National Broadband project last week show what happens when the public runs out of patience with PR spin. It's ugly
Paul Shetler talks exclusively to diginomica about the difficulties that successive governments in the US, UK and Australia face as they attempt digital transformation projects.
It seems astonishing that in the 21st century and with thousands of project details available in the public domain that poor project management continues to dog public sector projects. Will they ever learn?
HSBC's CIO provides a candid picture of its progress towards digitalization. It's not all res but then the bar is set low. Paul Wallbank reports from Shanghai.
Paul Wallbank visited Shanghai to attend Huawei's Cloud, Network and Developer's Congresses. This is what he discovered.
Australia's new Prime Minister promised much for the nation's long neglected tech community. All the fine words are as ashes scattered by the desert winds. What went wrong?
The 2016 Australian Census was an unmitigated disaster and an object lesson in how not to do digital government. IBM is in for a roasting.
Microsoft's Imagine Cup for student developers is an interesting study of the company's past failures and future hopes. But is the event enough to spur the imagination of young developers?