Navigating the infrastructure cliff

As water assets reach the end of their service life, the cost of renewal could overwhelm water authorities and their ability to meet the expectations of customers.

Innovative trenchless technology brings ageing pressure pipelines to life

Asset owners face significant challenges when tackling the problem of ageing infrastructure, with projects sitting on for years, waiting for the right technology and delivery partner to come along. Environmental constraints, budget limitations and delivery risk are all factors that can stop a project getting off the ground.

Staying ahead of the ever-changing security threat

CIOs from organisations across the public sector are saying that the growing security threat is one of their top challenges as they try to find ways to balance security with access to information.

Cloud readiness alone isn’t enough

Integration is vital for organisations to get right if they are to fulfil their promise of providing better end-to-end processes and outstanding online services to citizens. But there are many barriers CIOs face.

AI drives change in the water sector

Technology fuelled by AI is enabling councils and water utilities to leave mundane asset maintenance tasks behind and focus on high value work.

Reconciliation Action Plan helps close the gap

Pipeline infrastructure company Interflow has officially launched its first Reconciliation Action Plan, joining thousands of other corporate leaders who have formally committed to advancing reconciliation through the RAP program.

Critical infrastructure the new target for cyber criminals

Technological advances, a shifting geopolitical climate and cultural changes in the way we work and conduct business are opening new avenues for cyber criminals to steal information, disrupt systems and potentially threaten human safety.


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