Stories by Byron Connolly

William Payne joins Coretex as CEO

Boral’s chief information officer William Payne is leaving his role and will join compliance and fleet management company, Coretex as CEO on August 1. Payne is replacing retiring CEO Selwyn Pellett.

Written by Byron Connolly13 June 19 10:25

Exclusive: Andrew Clowes leaving JLL

Andrew Clowes is leaving his post as chief information officer at real estate services firm, JLL. Clowes, who started work at JLL in 2000 and has been in the CIO role for 10 years, finishes up on Friday.

Written by Byron Connolly11 June 19 13:33

Updated: Ben Tabell leaves HSBC after 12 years

HSBC’s chief information officer, Ben Tabell, will leave the bank at the end of the month to take up the role of CIO at eftpos Payments Australia.

Written by Byron Connolly04 June 19 15:16

Building a blockchain? You may want to wait until 2021

Gartner is claiming that 90 per cent of current enterprise blockchain implementations will need to be replaced by 2021 to remain competitive, secure and avoid obsolescence.​

Written by Byron Connolly04 June 19 12:40

CIO Interview: Viv Da Ros, chief information officer, Caltex Australia

Caltex's Viv ​Da Ros talks to CIO Australia about how he got into IT, the technology innovations that have been created by its digital lab, the influence of artificial intelligence, and the ever-changing environment for technology and digital chiefs.​

Written by Byron Connolly28 May 19 14:53

Qudos Bank suing Infosys over alleged IP misuse

Australia’s Qudos Bank is taking legal action against Infosys relating to alleged copyright infringement, breach of contract and misuse of confidential information by the technology giant.

Written by Byron Connolly24 May 19 10:54

How WA Police overcame its password problem

​WA Police’s chief information security officer, Hai Tran has one simple piece of advice for organisations looking to reduce passwork risk: don’t use passwords.

Written by Byron Connolly21 May 19 14:14

Lessons learned from a transformation: Bankwest

The bank reorganised its teams to cut bureaucracy and innovate faster than ever before. But it learnt a few things along the way, says CIO Andy Weir.

Written by Byron Connolly16 May 19 18:07