“Every role I’ve held as a CIO, permanent or interim, in aviation, utilities and the NSW Police Force, it’s the changing people context more than technology that has been the most complex challenge I have experienced,” says NSW Police Force’s chief information and technology officer, Gordon Dunsford.
Stories by Byron Connolly
Jason Davey joined Ogilvy in 2014 after the advertising, marketing and public relations giant acquired his digital agency, Bullseye.
Two years ago, Western Earthmoving didn’t have a technology program; it didn’t even have an IT team.
Since its creation in 2010, NextDC has grown into one of Australia’s large data centre providers with 230 staff across nine locations (with two more currently being designed) and a market cap close to $2.2 billion.
Tech execs gathered at Eureka in Melbourne to discuss how they are taking advantage of artificial intelligence technologies across their wired and wireless networks. The luncheon was sponsored by Juniper and Mist.
Private health insurer, NIB, has completed what it claims is a major milestone in the Australian cloud landscape, announcing it has shifted the system of record for its corporate business, GU Health, to AWS.
Many of Australia’s chief executive officers are in denial about or simply unaware of cyber security threats to their organisations, according to a new report.
CIO Australia is announcing its annual State of the CIO survey.
CEO turnover across the ASX 200 has hit a three year high of 22 per cent as demand for tech-savvy c-suite execs increases, according to a Robert Half report.
In 2012 when she was an IT director at Cisco in San Jose, Atlassian’s chief information officer, Archana Rao, was part of a technology project that turned out to be a complete disaster.
An Australian creator of digital identities for food producers claims it is going beyond simple ‘traceability’ with a blockchain-based technology that shows retailers and consumers the exact quality of food being marketed.
Queensland’s Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC) said on Thursday that there was insufficient evidence to commence a criminal prosecution against the state’s former eHealth chief, Dr Richard Ashby.
A class action lawsuit is being launched against the federal government on behalf of people who were affected by its robodebt scheme.
IT contractors are helping Australia’s chief information officers get their digitisation projects over the line, according to a new report.
The building and construction sector has been notoriously slow to adopt new digital technologies across the chain of contractors, project managers and consultants.