The Cancer Council of NSW, considered the largest of any state or territory, has made significant inroads into its transformation plans, according to CIO Branko Ceran, who has spearheaded a multitude of projects over the past two years.
Stories by Jennifer O'Brien
The Australian Red Cross Blood Service has selected the Oracle CX (Customer Experience) Cloud to power its new donor relationship management system (DRM).
CIO of Ramsay Health Care, John Sutherland, has temporarily stepped away from his work post to take part in today’s official ceremonies of the Australian Government commemorating the centenary of the battles at Fromelles and Pozières in northern France.
ANZ has taken the wraps off Android Pay, making it the first major bank to launch the contactless payment solution to its five million customers in Australia.
Long-time CIO of Mater Health Services, Malcolm Thatcher, has accepted the interim CIO/CEO position at eHealth Queensland, a seat vacated by Colin McCririck who left the position in January after reportedly being linked to a corruption scandal.
After a 13-year tenure at IT services giant, CSC, Ben Patey has jumped into the tertiary education sector, landing a role as the associate director, solution delivery and operations with the IT services group at the University of Newcastle (UoN).
The City of Monash has embarked on a massive transformation project to upgrade its entire IT environment in a push towards virtualisation and the cloud.
When Ivy College first opened in 2009, it had a handful of staff and fewer than 100 students. Today, the college has grown to become one of the top providers of online and blended learning in Australia for adult learners, and now employs over 100 staff.
With the results of the Federal Election still undetermined, debate rages about whether the use of electronic voting by way of computer stations at polling booths, online voting or voting via a mobile phone could have quickened the outcome.
Pullman Sydney Airport, AccorHotel’s newest property in Australia, has deployed a cloud-based communications system that gives the hotel the option to deliver communications and services on a ‘per occupied room per night’ basis.
Government CIOs remain under increased pressure to further optimise IT and business costs while leading digital innovation in the public sector, according to global findings by Gartner.
Knowing the intricacies of milk production and dairy management is all in a day’s work for Brownes Dairy IT manager, Brad Flintoff, who spearheaded a complete IT system overhaul of the dairy over the past few years.
As the nomination clock counts down to its August 15 deadline, CIO Australia is encouraging ICT leaders to be part of the inaugural launch year of the CIO50 in order to tell their stories of business transformation, innovation and leadership.
Telstra and Samsung have teamed up to provide luxury leather ‘smart seats’ in the Medallion Club Membership section at Etihad Stadium, in the next phase of a multi-million dollar fit out.
The New South Wales Department of Family and Community Services has selected MuleSoft platform technology in a bid to replace a number of existing IT systems with one integrated platform for the delivery of its state-wide ChildStory IT initiative.