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Slideshow: CIO Summit 2009

A gallery of visual highlights from CIO Australia's CIO Summit 2009: The New World Order -- Opportunities and Challenges for CIOs.

  • Calm before the storm. The Grand Ballroom at Sydney's Westin Hotel before the start of this year's CIO Summit.
  • Calm before the storm, part II. Summit partners IDC and the CIO Executive Council Australia put the finishing touches on their booths before delgates arrive.
  • Calm before the storm, part III. Badges wait to be picked up by conference delagates.
  • Doors Open. The first CIOs arrive at this year's CIO Summit.
  • Welcome. CIO Australia Editor Matt Rodgers opens the CIO Summit 2009 -- The New World Order: Opportunities and Challenges for CIOs.
  • Opening Remarks. "Hopefully today’s Summit will help you find new competitive opportunities as business models shift in this turbulent economic climate," said CIO Australia Editor Matt Rodgers.
  • The Audience. CIOs from a wide range of industries and organisations travelled from all parts of Australia to attend this year's CIO Summit.
  • The Audience, part II. CIOs from a wide range of industries and organisations travelled from all parts of Australia to attend this year's CIO Summit.
  • The Keynote. IDC’s worldwide Chief Research Officer, John Gantz, kicks off this year's CIO Summit with an examination of the impact the economic crisis is having on IT trends and technology adoption.
  • The Audience. CIOs from a wide range of industries and organisations travelled from all parts of Australia to attend this year's CIO Summit.
  • IDC’s John Gantz IDC worldwide Chief Research Officer, John Gantz, offers guidance for CIOs trying to navigate the difficult economic landscape.
  • Steve Keys. Steve Keys, Software AG's Head of Global Consulting Services for Asia Pacific and Japan, gives advice on how IT can help create a performance-driven organisation.
  • IDC's Forecast for Management Survey. Tim Dillon, Associate Vice President of Research at IDC Australia, presents the results of IDC’s Forecast for Management Survey.
  • The Audience. CIOs from a wide range of industries and organisations travelled from all parts of Australia to attend this year's CIO Summit.
  • IDC's Tim Dillon. Tim Dillon, Associate Vice President of Research at IDC Australia, examines what’s driving CIOs’ agendas in the current econimic climate.
  • Morning tea. CIOs take time out to do some networking during the morning tea break at the 2009 CIO Summit.
  • Checking out the Sponsors. Attendees at the 2009 CIO Summit visit the Optus booth.
  • Managing the IT Ecosystem. Lynley Lee, Information and Communications Technology Manager with AsureQuality, talks about how to achieve harmonious integration of mixed IT environments.
  • Checking out the Sponsors, part II. Attendees at the 2009 CIO Summit visit the Redhat stand.
  • Checking out the Sponsors, part III. Attendees at the 2009 CIO Summit visit Novell's booth.
  • IT and healthcare. Bill Vargas, Chief Information Officer, for The Children’s Hospital at Westmead addresses the question: Can IT provide savings or increase productivity within the Public Health system?
  • Green IT.from Ian Harvison, CIO at Komatsu Australia discusses Green IT and the challenges it presents for CIOs.
  • Panel Session, part II. Carsten Larsen, CIO for ACMA, takes part in the CIO Summit Panel Discussion: “The Year of Opportunity, Not Survival”.
  • BBC Case Study. Joining Sydney via video link with the UK, Sam McGregor, Program Manager for Digital Distribution at the BBC, talks about how to balance performance, investment and cost for large Web sites.
  • Checking out the Sponsors, part VII. Attendees at the 2009 CIO Summit visit the SMX stand.
  • Installing New Applications. Shawn Schmidt, Infrastructure Manager at law firm Allens Arthur Robinson, details the firm's deployment of wide area data services technology. Changes in Technology and Installing New Applications
  • Question time. An attendee asks a question of the CIO panelists.
  • CEO-CIO Relationships. Peter Nevin, Executive General Manager, Business Processes at Sedgman Ltd and the Chairman of the CIO Executive Council Australia offers pointers on “CEO Behaviour for the CIO”.
  • Checking out the Sponsors, part V. Attendees at the 2009 CIO Summit visit the Riverbed Technology booth.
  • Panel Session, part IV. Garry Whatley, CIO at Corporate Express, takes part in the CIO Summit Panel Discussion: “The Year of Opportunity, Not Survival”.
  • Checking out the Sponsors, part VII. Attendees at the 2009 CIO Summit visit the EMC stand.
  • Panel Session. From left to right: Caroline Bucknell, General Manager, CIO Executive Council; Chris Clark, CIO, Brookfield Multiplex; Carsten Larsen, CIO, ACMA; Garry Whatley, CIO, Corporate Express.
  • Panel Session, part V. CIOs listen eagerly to this year's Panel Discussion: “The Year of Opportunity, Not Survival”.
  • Panel Session, part III. Chris Clark, CIO at Brookfield Multiplex, takes part in the CIO Summit Panel Discussion: “The Year of Opportunity, Not Survival”.
  • Checking out the Sponsors, part VI. Attendees at the 2009 CIO Summit visit the Lexmark stand.
  • Roundtable. CIOs gather for the lunchtime roundtable session: "Doing More with Less: A Tired Cliché or the Key to IT Success in 2009?"
  • Checking out the Sponsors, part IV. Attendees at the 2009 CIO Summit visit the Jupiter Networks booth.
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