The Apple co-founder and chief scientist at Fusion-io talks about the disruptive trends that excite and concern him.
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Organisations will be valued not just on their big data but also the algorithms that turn that data into actions, and ultimately impact customers, says Peter Sondergaard of Gartner.
Graham Waller, Gartner vice president, is calling on CIOs to step up to a digital business leadership role.
Glenn Archer, research VP at Gartner, believes services provided by governments will be very different in the future due to the use of Internet of Things devices and machine learning technologies.
Gartner opens its annual Symposium/iTxpo with a call for enterprises to reset their business model, essentially ‘transforming while performing’.
Dr Stefan Hajkowicz, futures researcher for Australian national science agency CSIRO, highlights trends that will reshape the landscape for government, business and society in the next two decades.
It's better to have a mind opened by wonder than one closed by belief. This was the key message of Vinh Giang, magician and communication coach, who delivered the first keynote at the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo in the Gold Coast yesterday.
Julia Raue helped create a new role – the chief digital officer – who will take charge of her CIO portfolio when she leaves.
“It is difficult in this day and age to compete if you are not agile and move fast,” said Andy Jassy, Amazon Web Services senior vice president.
Michael Power recalls the first time he presented to a company board. He was given a permanent role to lead a technology-enabled transformation program.
Stuart Haselden, director of ITS at the Victoria University of Wellington, talks about transforming infrastructure to support multiple users, from digital natives to academics.
EMC's senior VP, IT, Jon Peirce talks about moving the technology company’s own IT function from a ‘regulated monopoly’ to provider of competitive advantage.
Digital guru, Steve Sammartino, on why big companies must learn from startups and the new players disrupting them.
NZ government CIO, Colin MacDonald, has vowed to digitise 70 per cent of common transactions across agencies by 2017, delivering an ‘Amazon-style’ experience to citizens accessing services.
Richard Parry of Stand Children’s Services Tu Maia Whanau taps disruptive technology to reduce IT ‘cost centres’