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CIO50 2019: #19 Julie Wright, Porter Davis

A technology executive's role is not about technology itself but about leading people to understand how technology can enable goals and objectives.

Written by Samira Sarraf14 Nov. 19 19:00

CIO50 2019: #20 Andrew Cann, WA Police

If you want to build trust and encourage back and forth exchange of ideas you can't be a micro-manager who makes all the decisions, says WA Police CIO Andrew Cann. This encourages people to wait for you to offer a solution instead of discussing and agreeing on the best possible outcome through healthy exchange of thoughts.

Written by Samira Sarraf14 Nov. 19 19:00

CIO50 2019: #13 Tomas Varsavsky, REA Group

Tomas Varsavsky, chief engineer at REA Group, and his team have led the business into a single sign on evolution that saw its 7.8 million customers migrate to its own solution, Locke.

Written by Samira Sarraf14 Nov. 19 19:00

CIO50 2019: #17 Damian Madden, The Woolmark Company

With more than five billion certified products, The Woolmark Company has been working with Australia's 60,000 wool growers to research, develop and certify Australian wool.

Written by Samira Sarraf14 Nov. 19 19:00

Regulator taps Azure to keep roads safe

The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) is assessing the use of cloud-based artificial intelligence (AI) to drive additional insights from the masses of data it accumulates and help it make the best use possible of its resources.

Written by Samira Sarraf07 Nov. 19 09:00

ADHA COO defends My Health Record transparency

The Australian Government’s My Health Record offers a level of transparency around health and information data that people did not have before.

Written by Samira Sarraf29 Oct. 19 18:29

What is driving IT spending in finance across Australia?

Investments in modern business intelligence (BI), augmented analytics and robotic process automation (RPA) will help drive IT spending in the banking and securities sector, according to Gartner.

Written by Samira Sarraf28 Oct. 19 16:35

Kaspersky opens threat intelligence portal to public

Kaspersky has opened its threat intelligence portal to the general public with the intention of targeting incident responders and security operation centre (SOC) analysts, working in-house and at managed security service providers (MSSPs).

Written by Samira Sarraf24 Oct. 19 22:00

Cenitex paid price for years of uncertainty

A three-year period of uncertainty for Victorian shared ICT agency Cenitex between 2011 and 2014 prevented it to make future plans, resulting in no investment in technology during the period.

Written by Samira Sarraf17 Oct. 19 13:35
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