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  • David Whiteing sells Killara home for $5.26m

    Commonwealth Bank CIO David Whiteing offloaded his heritage-listed home in the Sydney suburb of Killara for $5.26 million on Saturday.

    Written by Byron Connolly01 Aug. 17 10:08
  • CBA announces new CIO

    The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) has appointed David Whiteing as its new CIO.

    Written by CIO Staff16 June 14 08:49
  • CBA CIO Michael Harte quits

    Commonwealth Bank CIO and group executive, enterprise services, Michael Harte has quit and will join Barclays Bank in London as its chief operations and technology officer in mid-2014.

    Written by Byron Connolly01 May 14 17:19
  • Tech startups to get regional boost

    SingTel Group on Wednesday unveiled Innov8 Sparks, a program that will help technology startups across Asia-Pacific gain access to new markets.

    Written by Byron Connolly09 April 14 12:31
  • Australian startups need our support: CBA CIO Michael Harte

    Startups have been crucial in developing innovations such as mobile apps, but Australian-based startups struggle to remain sustainable due to a lack of support from the federal government, according to CBA CIO Michael Harte.

    Written by Hamish Barwick02 April 14 16:11
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  • Clouds gathering

    What a difference a year makes. Twelve months ago it was almost impossible to find Australian organisations that had embraced cloud computing. Now pretty much everyone is planning, piloting or executing some form of migration to the cloud. If there was ever doubt that cloud was little more than hype, it was eradicated in April 2010 by Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) group executive for enterprise services and chief information officer, Michael Harte. In a speech to Committee for Economic Development in Australia, Harte declared that never again did he wish to be locked into using proprietary hardware or software and cloud computing was his escape route.

    Written by Brad Howarth19 Aug. 10 10:22
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