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How would Australia's tech titans fare?
Discover the technologies and business areas your C-level peers are focusing on now and in the future in our 2018 State of the CIO report.
Why the tech industry must tackle gender diversity at the point of recruitment.
Bid to secure global leadership in Quantum Information Science as China edges ahead.
Stakeholder dynamics in a large, complex educational institution can feel like the United Nations.
Billionaire Yusaku Maezawa will be the first person to make a moon flight.
Westpac has launched a proof of concept combining four of the most talked about technologies of the day: data analytics, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things and blockchain.
VR used to reconstruct the bloodiest day in the 2013/2014 street demonstrations in Ukraine, when dozens of protesters were killed.
Regulator may also bring proceedings against executives who knowingly approve misleading advertisements.
In pictures: Meeting the demands of digital: What’s your workplace strategy? - Sydney roundtable
Aussie firms struggle to deliver ‘fast and personalised’ CX: report
Identity-as-a-Service platform Auth0 triples Sydney headcount
CIO interview: How Adobe's IT leader is harnessing customer thinking and AI
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The way you deliver projects has to change: Here’s why and how
Interim CIO at CXO Advisory
How to work with startups
Business and Personal Development Consultant & Coach
5 ways to improve your relationship with HR
Research Director, Gartner
Beware of fatal pitfalls as a new CIO
Managing Director and Chief Digital Officer, Centre for Digital Business
Why My Health Record is flawed
Principal Consultant, DH4
A new type of scrutineer needed for Senate elections
Tech execs gathered at Sydney's O'Bar to discuss how they are using technologies to transform their workplaces and provide users with flexible digital solutions that help them do their jobs better. The luncheon was sponsored by Logitech.
CIO Australia, in partnership with Dell Technologies, invited a select group of CIOs from Australia's leading organisations to gather for a night of fine food, networking, experience and sharing of insights and ideas. Special guests included Hanson Robotics’ most advanced humanoid robot - Sophia - as well as John Roese, Global CTO of Dell EMC and Dell’s Chief Customer Officer, Karen Quintos for a discussion on how innovators are using emerging technologies such as AI to make transformation real. The evening was hosted by media personality, author and maths genius extraordinaire Adam Spencer.
Tech execs gathered at Cha Cha Char in Brisbane to discuss how they are improving cyber resilience to ensure their organisations can deal with an inevitable data breach and the fallout that follows. The luncheon was sponsored by Juniper and Communications Design & Management.
Tech execs gathered at Sydney Hilton Hotel for the CIO Summit 2018.
Senior tech execs gathered in Brisbane to discuss how you are building a digital workforce using technologies like robotic process automation. The luncheon was sponsored by Automation Anywhere and 4impact Group.
Tech execs discussed how they are dealing with the rising number and complexity of cyber attacks. The luncheon was sponsored by NTT Communications with NTT Security.
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At a recent lunch in Melbourne, senior technology executives discussed ways of dealing with the increasing size and complexity of global attacks. The events were sponsored by NTT Communications and NTT Security.