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  • ​The ripping point part 2: A world without websites

    The second instalment of the ‘ripping point’ series looks at why governments and organisations persist with the outdated notion of websites and portals when the very foundations of the web are changing.

    Written by Marie Johnson28 Sept. 16 08:45
  • Glenn Archer quits Gartner

    Gartner research VP, government, Glenn Archer is leaving the analyst firm after less than two years in the role.

    Written by Byron Connolly10 Dec. 15 08:43
  • Robocops to cut crime: Glenn Archer

    Glenn Archer, research VP at Gartner, believes services provided by governments will be very different in the future due to the use of Internet of Things devices and machine learning technologies.

    Written by Divina Paredes27 Oct. 15 10:13
  • Government CIOs see expected cloud cost savings evaporate

    After comparing notes with my Gartner colleagues on recent discussions with clients, it’s becoming clear that government is rarely realising significant savings from cloud services.

    Written by Glenn Archer17 April 15 09:31
  • Will cloud replace shared services in government?

    The increasing availability of commercial cloud service offerings, combined with emerging hybrid cloud models, will challenge the value proposition of shared-service organisations.

    Written by Glenn Archer07 Oct. 14 12:13
  • Peter Grant joins IBRS

    Former Queensland government CIO, Peter Grant, has joined research firm Intelligent Business Research Services (IBRS) as an advisor.

    Written by Byron Connolly27 June 14 12:16
  • Glenn Archer joins Gartner

    Former Australian government CIO, Glenn Archer, has joined Gartner as research vice-president for its public sector research group.

    Written by Byron Connolly28 April 14 12:51
  • Movers and shakers

    A look at recent movements among Australian CIOs.

    Written by Rebecca Merrett02 April 14 11:45
  • Australian government CIO quits

    The Australian government’s CIO Glenn Archer has quit after spending just over one year in the role.

    Written by Byron Connolly03 Feb. 14 10:41
  • Cloud vendors not cutting it, say govt CIOs

    Everyone’s talking about cloud computing, but some government CIOs are still not convinced, arguing that the market is still immature with one saying that some vendors are simply “repackaging” outsourcing services.

    Written by Byron Connolly16 Dec. 13 16:06
  • Government still cautious about cloud: Glenn Archer

    Glenn Archer, the Australian government CIO, remains cautious about agencies moving to the cloud and said there are still challenges that need to be overcome.

    Written by Stephanie McDonald28 June 13 11:08
  • Australian government to write big data strategy

    The federal government will release a big data strategy this winter, Australian Government CIO Glenn Archer said Wednesday at an Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) summit in Canberra.

    Written by Adam Bender13 March 13 15:16
  • Glenn Archer to become the next Australian Gov CIO

    Glenn Archer, deputy and first assistant secretary to former Federal CIO Ann Steward, will step into the Australian Government CIO role, the Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO) announced.

    Written by Rebecca Merrett18 Dec. 12 12:54
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