In pictures: CIO50 2017

CIO Australia has revealed the nation's top 50 technology and digital chiefs of 2017, the CIO50. Business leaders gathered at Sydney's Ivy Sunroom to celebrate their achievements.

Written by Byron Connolly22 Nov. 17 11:54

Uber CEO reveals massive 2016 data breach

Uber failed to disclose a massive breach last year that exposed the data of some 57 million users, its new CEO has revealed.

Written by Reuters22 Nov. 17 11:07

Meg Whitman to step down as HPE chief

HPE CEO, Meg Whitman, will step down early next year, with president, Antonio Neri, set to take up the reins.

Written by Leon Spencer22 Nov. 17 09:47

HPE pushes toward autonomous data centre with InfoSight AI recommendation engine

HPE is adding an AI-based recommendation engine to the InfoSight predictive analytics platform for flash storage, taking another step toward what it calls the autonomous data center. The ultimate goal is to simplify and automate infrastructure management in order to cut operation expenses.

Written by Marc Ferranti22 Nov. 17 00:02

9 ways you’re failing at business intelligence

Solid business intelligence is essential to making strategic business decisions, but for many organizations, BI efforts are derailed by poor data practices, tactical mistakes and more.

Written by Bruce Harpham21 Nov. 17 22:00

CIO50 2017 #8: Kerry Holling, Western Sydney University

​You can’t estimate the power of goodwill when it comes to achieving your objectives. This is the biggest lessons one of Australia’s longest serving CIOs Kerry Holling has learnt over his career.

Written by Byron Connolly21 Nov. 17 19:00

CIO50 2017 #9: Simon Noonan, Sportsbet

“When I first started working at Sportsbet, I wasn’t sure what to expect,” CIO Simon Noonan says.

Written by Byron Connolly21 Nov. 17 19:00

CIO50 2017 #26-50: Colin Fairweather, City of Melbourne

​Since becoming the City of Melbourne Chief Information Officer in 2011, Colin Fairweather, has helped rebuild the city’s critical IT infrastructure to adapt to emerging technologies and changes in customer demand.

Written by Byron Connolly21 Nov. 17 19:00

IoT needs to be secured by the network

Economics don't allow all internet of things devices to have baked-in security, so it has to be addressed elsewhere.

Written by Jon Gold21 Nov. 17 02:54

IBM's value could rise: Barron's

IBM could be the next blue-chip company with a rising valuation, according to a report in financial publication Barron's.

Written by Reuters20 Nov. 17 09:22

What CIOs can learn in the wake of a major IT outage

The impact of system outages brings to light the stark reality that as cloud continues to evolve, there are serious challenges to its true resiliency to withstand unforced errors.

Written by Andrew Martin16 Nov. 17 11:44

U.S. agencies detect Kaspersky Lab software: official

About 15 percent of U.S. government agencies have detected some trace of Russian company Kaspersky Lab's software on their systems in a review prompted by concerns the antivirus firm is vulnerable to Kremlin influence, a security official told Congress on Tuesday.

Written by Reuters15 Nov. 17 08:49
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