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Amazon launches Amazon Hub in Australia

Amazon is taking what it considers the next step in bringing its fulfillment and delivery network to Australia with the introduction of Amazon Hub – a new network of parcel pickup points.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien20 Nov. 19 12:46

CTO, tech director job up for grabs

Sympli is on the lookout for a CTO, responsible for the platform architecture and security of the Sympli platform and the ISMS, regulatory compliance obligations and data governance.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien20 Nov. 19 10:30

Marc Bailey steps down as Intersect CEO

Former Macquarie University CIO and current Intersect Australia CEO, Marc Bailey, is leaving his post at the research accelerator in 2020.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien19 Nov. 19 15:53

Westpac and Microsoft team up to ‘catapult’ digital banking

Westpac has taken the wrappers off its data driven experience platform (DDEP), a Microsoft Azure-based data hub that draws on data sources from across Westpac Group to provide real-time, personalised insight to its customers.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien19 Nov. 19 12:46

CIO50 2019: #26-50 Phil Morgan, Jaxsta

As Jaxsta CIO, Phil Morgan has been largely responsible for developing and overseeing the creation of the Jaxsta music data model.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien14 Nov. 19 19:00

CIO50 2019: #26-50 Mauro di Pietro Paolo, Foxtel

Foxtel CIO Mauro di Pietro Paolo is on a mission to expand customer openness and increase flexibility in Foxtel’s customer relationships - and he’s been getting down to business over the last year.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien14 Nov. 19 19:00

CIO50 2019: #26-50, Russell Morris, TransGrid

TransGrid CIO Russell Morris has learned - after many years’ experience - that “success is more about psychology than technology.”

Written by Jennifer O'Brien14 Nov. 19 19:00

CIO50 2019: #26-50, Anthony Molinia, University of Newcastle

University of Newcastle (UON) CIO Anthony Molinia is spearheading a culture of innovation in support of an ‘anytime, anywhere, any device’ vision for the delivery of student learning. ​

Written by Jennifer O'Brien14 Nov. 19 19:00

CIO50 2019: #26-50 Mike Rogers, SiteMinder

Mike Rogers, CTO and co-founder of SiteMinder, said his biggest lesson learned - reflecting on his move to build a startup business that’s now catapulted into a high growth operation - is the “value of momentum.”

Written by Jennifer O'Brien14 Nov. 19 19:00

CIO50 2019: #26-50 Julie Canepa, Cisco A/NZ

Cisco A/NZ CIO Julie Canepa will tell you her biggest lesson learned is that CIOs need “to be the first to pilot new technologies” and “be ruthless about innovation “ and stay closer than ever to the business.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien14 Nov. 19 19:00

Ones to Watch: Brett Raven, The Big Red Group

The Big Red Group’s Brett Raven had his job cut out for him. As the story goes, he inherited a legacy tech platform built over 16+ years by a myriad of software developers and an unplanned architecture. The ageing legacy technology stack was a significant constraint in the desires of growth for the group.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien14 Nov. 19 19:00

CIO50 2019: #26-50, Maria Milosavljevic, Department of Human Services

As the inaugural NSW Government chief information security officer, Maria Milosavljevic created a whole-of-government (WoG) cyber security function from scratch in under two years that fundamentally changed the cyber security landscape for NSW.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien14 Nov. 19 19:00

CIO50 2019: #26-50 Simon Reiter, Defence Health

In 2017, Defence Health’s legacy PHI platform “completely failed for a two week period due to unforeseen capacity issues with the systems code base,” according to CIO Simon Reiter, who whipped into action and helped deploy a tactical remediation program.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien14 Nov. 19 19:00
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