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CIO50 2017 #14: William Confalonieri, Deakin University

Deakin University’s William Confalonieri has many learnings from his years in the CIO role. Most notably, he says one of his biggest lessons involves focusing on people rather than being fixated on technology.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien21 Nov. 17 19:00

CIO50 2017 Ones to Watch: John Boyd

Over the past 12 months, Mad Mex CIO John Boyd has had a full plate, overseeing the transition to the cloud and upgrading its full fleet of hardware and software across all Australian restaurants.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien21 Nov. 17 19:00

CIO50 2017 #18: Jeremy Hubbard, UBank

UBank has been on a 12-month journey to transform the business, according to head of digital and technology, Jeremy Hubbard.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien21 Nov. 17 19:00

CIO50 2017 Ones to Watch: William Payne

Boral CIO William Payne is astutely concerned about the customer. With only eight months under his belt at Boral, Payne has helped the company move the company’s IT support into the “current century”, according to divisional chief executive, Joe Goss.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien21 Nov. 17 19:00

CIO50 2017 #12: Alastair Sharman, Children's Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service

Children’s Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service is being recognised both nationally and internationally for how it is leading the delivery of digital services and adding value to the organisation - and CIO Alastair Sharman is recognised as a pivotal player in laying the groundwork for this transformative journey.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien21 Nov. 17 19:00

CIO50 2017 Ones to Watch: Lina Lim

National Stock Exchange head of technology Lina Lim recognises that being a successful CIO requires serving the needs of all key stakeholders - including both internal and external customers - as well as leading the technology strategy in a collaborative way.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien21 Nov. 17 19:00

CIO50 2017 #11: Jeff Murray, University of Tasmania

He calls it ‘Facebook for Researchers,’ affectionately known as the eREc, and it involves the sharing of data via a comprehensive electronic solution that provides management of infinite research data. University of Tasmania CIO Jeff Murray said the goal of the university’s eResearch Ecosystem is to keep researchers “connected and discovered”.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien21 Nov. 17 19:00

CIO50 2017 #17: Hilda Clune, PwC

To survive and thrive you need to think like a digital market leader, according to PwC CIO Hilda Clune, who shared her lessons learned as a modern day CIO tasked with delivering change.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien21 Nov. 17 19:00

CIO50 2017 #16 Sam Charmand, Qantas Loyalty

Sam Charmand, the CIO of Qantas Loyalty, has learned the value of going after innovation - and has seen first-hand how the development of technology (including personalisation) has the power to dramatically change a business.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien21 Nov. 17 19:00

CIO50 2017 #15: Chris Ford, SA Power Networks

Immersed in a technology-ladened environment, SA Power CIO Chris Ford openly admits his biggest lesson learned in his career revolves around people – and he’s proud of it.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien21 Nov. 17 19:00

CIO50 2017 #13: George Lymbers, Thomas Holt Group

Thomas Holt Group CIO George Lymbers has over 25 years’ experience as a ICT and operations professional with a bent for what others call impossible.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien21 Nov. 17 19:00

The powerful promise of AI

CIO veteran and industry consultant, Geoff Wenborn, sees enormous opportunity for artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare - identifying 35 use cases alone for robotics and AI at places like UnitingCare Queensland.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien09 Oct. 17 11:08

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