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CoreLogic A/NZ operations leader, Sarah Edwards, can now confidently say she knows a thing or two about robots.
Willow CIO Will Sessions - along with his colleagues - wants to connect two worlds: the built and the digital.
Julie Bishop described some of her “sliding door” moments as pivotal to her career.
Catholic Education Office CIO, Raju Varanasi, is stepping up and taking on the newly created role of data intelligence director, a position that now sees him sitting at the executive board level at the Parramatta Diocese.
With the fourth annual CIO50 now in full swing and nominations open until August 12, it’s time to meet our esteemed judges.
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