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CIO50 2019: #21 Brett Wilson, MJH Group

To automate important metrics processes that construction company MJH Group had been performing manually, CIO Brett Wilson brought in AI capabilities to the mix.

Written by Samira Sarraf14 Nov. 19 19:00

CIO50 2019: #24 Raju Varanasi, Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta

In 2016, Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta embarked on a digital transformation program to change the way schools operate in a digital world. What is unique about the educator's approach is that it has opened up data to all principals and visualised it in way that enables eduactors to make evidence-based decisions.

Written by Byron Connolly14 Nov. 19 19:00

CIO50 2019: #25 Bradley Blyth, flybuys

Since becoming an independent company, Australia’s largest and most diverse loyalty program, Flybuys has had a strong emphasis on investing in the business to support new opportunities.

Written by Byron Connolly14 Nov. 19 19:00

CIO50 2019: #26-50 Kerrie Campbell, Flinders University

In 2017, Adelaide’s Flinders University was in the middle of a significant organisational change when chief information officer, Kerrie Campbell, was hired to help improve operational efficiencies and replace legacy systems as the university modernised its processes and workforce.

Written by Byron Connolly14 Nov. 19 19:00

CIO50 2019: #26-50 Julie Canepa, Cisco A/NZ

Cisco A/NZ CIO Julie Canepa will tell you her biggest lesson learned is that CIOs need “to be the first to pilot new technologies” and “be ruthless about innovation “ and stay closer than ever to the business.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien14 Nov. 19 19:00

CIO50 2019: #26-50 Therese Chakour-West, STIHL

“The biggest lesson in my career has been the transformation of my team when I metamorphosed from a manager to a leader. With a CEO who believed in me, I found my wings to fly,” says STIHL’s head of IT, Therese Chakour-West.

Written by Byron Connolly14 Nov. 19 19:00

CIO50 2019: #26-50 Mauro di Pietro Paolo, Foxtel

Foxtel CIO Mauro di Pietro Paolo is on a mission to expand customer openness and increase flexibility in Foxtel’s customer relationships - and he’s been getting down to business over the last year.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien14 Nov. 19 19:00

CIO50 2019: #26-50 Gordon Dunsford, NSW Police Force

“Every role I’ve held as a CIO, permanent or interim, in aviation, utilities and the NSW Police Force, it’s the changing people context more than technology that has been the most complex challenge I have experienced,” says NSW Police Force’s chief information and technology officer, Gordon Dunsford.

Written by Byron Connolly14 Nov. 19 19:00

CIO50 2019: #26-50 David Dzienciol, NextDC

Since its creation in 2010, NextDC has grown into one of Australia’s large data centre providers with 230 staff across nine locations (with two more currently being designed) and a market cap close to $2.2 billion.

Written by Byron Connolly14 Nov. 19 19:00

CIO50 2019: #26-50 Andy Luiskandl, Only About Children

Success is a natural by-product of experiential learning and partnering with people across the organisation and beyond, says Andy Luiskandl, chief information officer at childcare group, Only About Children.

Written by Byron Connolly14 Nov. 19 19:00

CIO50 2019: #26-50 Sam McCready, Racing & Wagering WA

From operating a retail-based monopoly to playing in a highly competitive digital market, there has been a significant need to change the way Racing & Wagering Western Australia operates to drive competitiveness.

Written by Byron Connolly14 Nov. 19 19:00

CIO50 2019: #26-50 David McGrath, Clubs Australia

In 2017, the Clubs Australia Digital Services Team (DST) was created as an entirely new business unit. It was established to provide technology-led products, services and thought leadership across the organisation and its 2000 members.

Written by Byron Connolly14 Nov. 19 19:00

CIO50 2019: #26-50, Anthony Molinia, University of Newcastle

University of Newcastle (UON) CIO Anthony Molinia is spearheading a culture of innovation in support of an ‘anytime, anywhere, any device’ vision for the delivery of student learning. ​

Written by Jennifer O'Brien14 Nov. 19 19:00

CIO50 2019: #26-50 Phil Morgan, Jaxsta

As Jaxsta CIO, Phil Morgan has been largely responsible for developing and overseeing the creation of the Jaxsta music data model.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien14 Nov. 19 19:00
  • Protecting the DX enterprise with Fortinet: Managed security services for risk reduction

    The Fortinet Security Brandposts are a series of hard-hitting discussions of trends in the cybersecurity world. This month Fortinet’s Jon McGettigan explains how managed security services can reduce the risk for your organisation as you embrace digital transformation (DX).

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    A leading provider of fast and secure cyber security solutions offers enterprise-level next generation firewalls and vast array of network security products.

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