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Melbourne water utility seeks first CIO

City West Water (CWW), one of three Victorian Government owned retail water businesses serving metropolitan Melbourne, is seeking its first CIO.

Written by George Nott10 Jan. 17 12:03

Atlassian acquires Trello

​It’s an acquisition that will “change how the world works” according to Mike Cannon-Brookes, co-founder of Atlassian which today announced it is buying Trello for US$425 million.

Written by George Nott10 Jan. 17 11:01

The stadium-scale humiliation of David Thodey

​Former Telstra CEO David Thodey has shared the story of how he was publicly shamed in front of an arena crowd by world-renowned diversity trainer Jane Elliott in what he calls “one of the most significant moments of my career."

Written by George Nott01 Dec. 16 14:14

Murray-Darling Basin Authority seeks CIO

​The Murray-Darling Basin Authority (MBDA) is seeking a new CIO following the imminent departure of Stephen Kay.

Written by George Nott30 Nov. 16 17:31

457 crackdown dangerous for tech industry: Atlassian

Moves to tighten Australia's temporary skilled migration program puts the local tech industry in a “very dangerous situation”, says Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes.

Written by George Nott29 Nov. 16 10:46

Alibaba Cloud opens Sydney data centre

The cloud computing arm of Alibaba has opened its first data centre in Sydney, the latest in a string of new centres launched globally this month.

Written by George Nott28 Nov. 16 13:20

CIO50 2016 #23: Michelle Beveridge, Intrepid Group

In the past twelve months, the Intrepid Group has undergone a significant business change. It’s co-founders, who set up the travel company in 1988, took back full ownership of the company, uncoupling from a four-year partnership with a FTSE 100 UK conglomerate.

Written by George Nott24 Nov. 16 18:30

CIO 2016 #26-50: Andrew Mitchell, Griffith Hack

​Griffith Hack is an Australian law firm that specialises in intellectual property. Despite being experts in the field of technology and in prosecuting, enforcing and opposing patents and trade marks the company increasingly felt its clients “needed more”.

Written by George Nott24 Nov. 16 18:30
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