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In pictures: CIO Summit Melbourne 2014

  • Attendees at the CIO Summit in Melbourne

  • IDC's Emilie Ditton talks about the top IT and business priorities of CIOs in Australia and New Zealand

  • Attendees at the CIO Summit in Melbourne

  • Attendees at the CIO Summit in Melbourne

  • Ron Hooton, CEO at Vision Australia discusses how to make the jump from CIO to CEO.

  • Attendees at the CIO Summit in Melbourne

  • Dan Miller, country manager, Splunk

  • Attendees in the exhibition area

  • Attendees in the exhibition area

  • Attendees in the exhibition area

  • Attendees in the exhibition area

  • Attendees in the exhibition area

  • Attendees in the exhibition area

  • Attendees in the exhibition area

  • Attendees in the exhibition area

  • Attendees in the exhibition area

  • Attendees in the exhibition area

  • Attendees in the exhibition area

  • Hugh Ujhazy, research director, telecommunications at IDC, talks about mobility trends

  • Janet Holling, operational services manager at Bupa, discusses how to take our overall experience in service management and share it with business partners.

  • Attendees at the CIO Summit in Melbourne

  • Geoff Wenborn, CIO at Origin Energy outlines the current perspectives of IT today and ambitions in the future, shifts in procurement to consumption models, and methods used by business transformation.

  • Chris Morris, associate vice president, cloud services at IDC, discusses why line of business managers are now eager to grab the business advantage offered by cloud computing.

  • Rob Purdy, director of cloud services at Datacom (left), Ajay Bhatia, CPIO at carsales.com.au; and Chris Morris, an analyst at IDC, discuss how to communicate the benefits and risks of hybrid cloud to the executive.

  • Attendees at the panel 'Hybrid cloud: Controlling the dialogue at the executive table', sponsored by Datacom.

  • Tony Gruebner, head of online analytics at Sportsbet (left), Andrew Fisher, CTO and head of data at JBA, and Sally Parker from IDC, discuss how to transform big data into big insights.

  • Attendees at the CIO Summit in Melbourne

  • Michael Bywell, a consultant at Ellison Rudd Watts, talks about strategies to reduce the risk of project failure.

  • George Stathos, Victoria security leader at Deloitte.

  • Attendees at the CIO Summit in Melbourne

  • Carl Woerndle, former CEO at Distribute.IT provides a visceral account of how his business went into meltdown after a hacker infiltrated its systems and destroyed its ability to operate.

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