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How Boeing’s transformation is taking flight

Boeing's CIO, Ted Colbert is leading a technology transformation that will prepare the $96 billion aviation giant for its second century of operation.

Written by Byron Connolly25 Aug. 16 14:53

​Drones to deliver Domino’s pizzas

Pizza retailer, Domino’s has announced that it will start delivering food using drones following a new agreement with Flirtey.

Written by Byron Connolly25 Aug. 16 10:19

​Medibank expects core system to be ready by 2017

Medibank expects its new core policy management system, Project DelPHI, to be fully operational by 2017 despite initial implementation issues, the health insurer’s chief executive, Craig Drummond said today.

Written by Byron Connolly19 Aug. 16 10:25

Drone arena opens in Korea

​Drone enthusiasts in South Korea now have a place to test their skills with the opening this week of the DJI Arena in Yongin City.

Written by Byron Connolly17 Aug. 16 11:06

Cyber attacks have hit most Australian companies: report

Australian organisations are firmly in hackers’ sights with 85 per cent reporting that they have been breached sometime in the past, well above the global average of 60 per cent, according to a new report.

Written by Byron Connolly16 Aug. 16 15:35

In pictures: CIO Summit Sydney - part 2

IT execs gathered at Sydney's Four Points by Sheraton to hear from industry leaders at the Sydney CIO Summit.

Written by Byron Connolly12 Aug. 16 14:24

In pictures: CIO Summit Sydney - part 1

IT execs gathered at Sydney's Four Points by Sheraton to hear from industry leaders at the Sydney CIO Summit.

Written by Byron Connolly12 Aug. 16 10:15

Telstra CIO Erez Yarkoni to depart in October

Telstra's CIO, Erez Yarkoni is departing the telco in October to move back to the United States. Erez’s wife, Charlotte Yarkoni, is also leaving her position as president of Telstra Software Group.

Written by Byron Connolly03 Aug. 16 15:52

​4.6 million jobs at risk within a decade

Up to 4.6 million jobs could be at risk within a decade if Australia fails to create a workforce for the future, according to a new discussion paper released by startups advocacy group, StartupAUS.

Written by Byron Connolly28 July 16 11:14

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