CIO

Don’t let tech investment eat your organisation

The 2019 Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey, the largest technology leadership survey in the world, shows business-led IT is creating more value for Australian organisations than ever before.

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CIO study sheds light on cyber security and skills deficiencies

Data has become the lifeblood of modern business but it is also the new currency in security, and the prime focus of criminals and threat actors

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With the fourth industrial revolution here and now – how will today’s CIO navigate their way through?

We are on the precipice of the fourth industrial revolution that will fundamentally alter the way all of us live, work, and relate to one another. While the first three…

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Into the playpen. . . agile working – the future, musings and experience.

Agile working is all the rage. Take it from me. I see and hear it all the time and I’ve got to say, I am really starting to understand why.…

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Disruption and change: Chief Information Officers have never been happier

The impact of digital disruption on the role of the Chief Information Officer (CIO) is well-explored territory across organisations in Australia. Digital disruption is without doubt changing the relationship between…

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People trump processes

They say culture trumps strategy every time. I believe it. Recent events have made me think there’s a twist on this concept based on the idea that when we put…

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Disruption starts with me: changing role of the CIO

A long time ago, there was The Controller CIO role – chief of the technology domain. The job was simple – round up the people, processes and assets that looked…

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