The honours were shared in the TasICT Excellence Award for 'Best Project or Project Management' sponsored by ISW, and a joint winner was the MyState Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Project. MyState Systems Technical Manager Sudhir Iyer talks to TasICT CEO Steve Adermann about the Award nomination and the impact of the RPA project.
The H2GO Application was a joint winner of the TasICT Excellence Award for Best Project or Project Management category sponsored by ISW. TasWater Department Manager Business Systems Jon Ettershank details the project and the efficiencies gained by the implementation of H2GO.
This episode is the first in a series focusing on the winners from the TasICT Excellence Awards. Blueline Laundry won the Award for the 'Best Diversity & Inclusion Initiative' sponsored by atWork Australia with the nomination titled 'Tasmania's Most Talented Laundry'. Blueline Laundry CEO Michael Sylvester explains how he unearthed the amazing amount of experience and qualifications that existed in his workforce, and how those talents are now being used in the business.
Intellectual Property can be a valuable asset, and in this episode TasICT CEO Steve Adermann talks to Patent and Trademark attorney Michael Cooper, Director of Cooper IP. The conversation covers patents, design registrations, copyright, trade secrets and trademarks. Many businesses are looking further afield for growth, but what challenges lie ahead as they protect their Intellectual Property in Australia and overseas?
Chief Executive Officer of the Marinus Link Project discusses the major development which will see a second interconnector between Tasmania and Victoria. TasICT CEO Steve Adermann asks about the benefits of the project, additional optic fibre cables across Bass Strait, The Federal Government's prioritisation, employment generation, workforce development aprovals process and benefits for businesses and consumers.
TasICT CEO Steve Adermann talks to former IBM AI Expert Graham Walker about a new Artificial Intelligence business from ISW. The discussion covers mathematic modelling, data analysis, learning & translation models, business benefits of AI, practical applications, potential for the legal and financial industries.
TasICT CEO Steve Adermann discusses the complex nature of doing business with the Tasmanian Government with Government Procurement Sub-Committee Chair Karen Murfett. Topics include contract negotiation, approved suppliers, contract management fees, unlimited liability, buy local policy, risk management and TasICT recommendations on an upgrade of Government ICT infrastructure.
Episode 03 - Andrew Quill Managing Director AQ Advisory & Chair of TasICT Cyber Security Sub-Committee
Cyber security expert Andrew Quill, Managing Director of AQ Advisory and Chair of TasICT Cyber Security Sub-Committee talks to TasICT CEO Steve Adermann. Issues discussed include tips on staying safe online, the recent increase in cyber criminal activity, working from home, cyber security as a business risk, cost of protection, securing smart home devices, data breaches, phishing attacks, ransomware and the TasICT cyber security survey
Professor Craig Johnson - University of Tasmania Executive Director, Innovation and Enterprise speaks to TasICT CEO Steve Adermann about his new role. Topics covered include Professor Johnson's background, what the new job involves, Entrepreneurship, Commercialization, Venture Capital, Impact Investors, Doing Business in Tasmania, Intellectual Property and the Premier's Economic and Social Recovery Advisory Committee.