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  • CIO Summit Panel: Breaking down barriers and making 'real' change

    The ‘imposter syndrome’ continues to linger in the minds of successful female IT leaders and has plagued them at some point during their careers, a packed panel of five female leaders told the CIO Summit crowd in Sydney.

    Written by Jennifer O'Brien29 Aug. 19 17:02
  • 4 weeks left to nominate for the CIO50

    With the August 12 deadline looming to nominate for the fourth annual CIO50, it's time to be heard and tell us your story of transformation, innovation and leadership.

    Written by Jennifer O'Brien16 July 19 15:15
  • Clarence Yap takes IT helm of AHPRA

    Clarence Yap, group CIO of Smartgroup, has started a new position as CIO (interim) at AHPRA (Australia Health Practitioner Regulation Agency).

    Written by Jennifer O'Brien19 June 19 14:04
Features about transformation
  • C-Level Execs Value Data, Have No Idea What to Do With It

    Almost all C-suite executives at large enterprises believe data and analytics are important to their business, but most are struggling to become data-driven businesses -- and more than half say they don't even know what data to collect.

    Written by Thor Olavsrud17 Jan. 14 17:17
  • Komatsu Australia undertakes Green IT transformation

    Komatsu Australia has undertaken a major IT transformation as it moves to meet carbon emissions reporting requirements and travel and energy costs reduction initiatives.

    Written by Tim Lohman05 Aug. 09 10:20

Whitepapers about transformation

  • From Backup to Availability

    Today’s enterprises have higher than ever demands for data and application availability. The rapid digitisation of business processes and increasing expectations from customers and partners for constant uptime is ushering in a new era for IT which is less restricted by manual data protection practices. Telsyte research shows 75 per cent of IT budgets are spent on operations and transformation programs with only 25 per cent left for innovation. To drive more innovation, CIOs must address their number one business priority — reducing operating expenses — and free their organisations from a complex collection of backup, storage and virtualisation systems to ensure applications are online and protected from failures and cyber attacks.

  • Flash drives business transformation in the Digital Age

  • ITSM not by the Book: Gain operational insight and change how you view ITSM

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