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In pictures: CIO Summit 2010 Melbourne

All the action from Australia's premier CIO event

  • CIOs discuss the changing technology of data centres and cloud computing at an exclusive roundtable breakfast, sponsored by APC, as part of the CIO Summit 2010 in Melbourne.

    Photo: Ian Sharp

  • IDC Australia managing director, Gary Clarke, welcomes delegates to the CIO Summit 2010 in Melbourne.

    Photo: Ian Sharp

  • Delegates at the CIO Summit 2010 in Melbourne.

    Photo: Ian Sharp

  • IDC Australia, associate vice-president research, Tim Dillon presents findings from IDC’s [[artnid:363360|Forecast for Management (FFM) survey]]. The FFM asks CIOs questions relating to their use of, expenditure on, resourcing for and challenges with IT — including what they are planning in terms of budgets, resources and their intentions for the use of technology in the coming years.

    Photo: Ian Sharp

  • Delegates at the CIO Summit 2010 in Melbourne.

    Photo: Ian Sharp

  • Gen-i Australia general manager, Paul Wilson discusses how to deliver business outcomes with 'Intelligent Velocity' — the data-driven ability to move faster and smarter in response to customer expectations.

    Photo: Ian Sharp

  • Delegates listen to Gen-i Australia's general manager, Paul Wilson, talk about how to deliver business outcomes with 'Intelligent Velocity'.

    Photo: Ian Sharp

  • iPads - the CIO gadget of choice at the CIO Summit 2010 in Melbourne.

    Photo: Ian Sharp

  • Delegates at the CIO Summit 2010 in Melbourne.

    Photo: Ian Sharp

  • Melbourne Storm CEO, Ron Gauci, talks innovations opportunities in [[artnid:363517|the business of sport|Melbourne Storm chief talks about changing the business of sport|new]].

    Photo: Ian Sharp

  • CIOs discuss managed print services at an exclusive roundtable lunch, sponsored by Lexmark, as part of the CIO Summit 2010 in Melbourne.

    Photo: Ian Sharp

  • Tennis Australia CIO, Chris Yates, talks about the [[artnid:363553|three Rs of the CIO role]].

    Photo: Ian Sharp

  • The CIO Executive Council panel discusses mobility solutions to drive innovation in the enterprise. Caroline Bucknell, GM CIO Executive Council, Allan Davies, CIO, Dematic, Munro Farmer, CIO Australian Air Express, Keith Dallinger, Group IT Manager Information Technology, Transpacific Industries Group.

  • Peter Nevin, former executive general manager business process, Sedgman Australia talks IT value in the next decade.

    Photo: Ian Sharp Peter reviewed the elements of IT that make up business value and how they are likely to change as the technologies and methodologies mature over the next decade. He also discussed the transitional nature of the role of the CIO and other IT professionals in light of the current trends.

  • Box Hill Institute of TAFE IT manager, Chris Tayler, talks about power in converged networks. As more IT departments take on non-traditional areas of responsibility, the pressure is on IT managers and CIO’s to rationalise not only how much power they need, but also to find ways to reduce the costs and provide a resilient service.

    Photo: Ian Sharp

  • Senior infrastructure architect leader at GE Capital, Kamal Nankani, talks data deduplication. GE Captial's expereince started in 2007 when Nankani was infracture leader for GE Commercial, part of GE Capital. The organisation had a choice: Encrypt the tape environment or think beyond to what is happening in the environment. Nankani discussed how GE Capital transformed its backup environment to reduce restore times from three days to two hours, reduce costs by 40 per cent and reduce backup capacity by 15 times.

    Photo: Ian Sharp

  • Wilson HTM Investment Group CIO, Scott Stewart, talks cloud computing - the change behind the change.

    Photo: Ian Sharp

  • Bluescope Steel's Tony Price and Quest Software's Matt Johnston and Cori Wilder at the CIO Summit 2010 in Melbourne.

    Photo: Ian Sharp

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