Most people looking at a messy spaghetti ball of disparate IT systems, with a traditional work culture, would probably say 'no thanks'. But not Pradip Sitaram, who took on that challenge five years ago when he joined Enterprise Community Investment in the US as CIO.
Stories by Rebecca Merrett
The University of Auckland has moved 550 virtual machines to a distributed cluster for disaster avoidance without impacting daily operations as part of project to centralise its IT infrastructure.
It’s the same old conundrum: You need a particular skill but it's not in abundance in the market. This means how you go about sourcing talent is crucial, especially if you are planning to have it in-house.
Suncorp Group CIO Matt Pancino has been appointed to chief executive of business services at the insurance and financial services company.
With more organisations looking beyond structured data to get a bigger picture or solve more pieces to the puzzle, harnessing unstructured data is becoming a top focus area in driving business value. However, nothing good is easy.
Jetstar’s new CIO Grainne Kearns has been planning for an IT transformation to optimise the budget airline's current technologies and look at ways of innovating through new technologies.
Ahead of International Women’s Day, CIO Australia speaks to five women, who have made their mark in IT, about their career journey, their biggest achievements, and their advice for other women in the industry.
One of the main reasons staff may want to leave an organisation is because of legacy green screen applications making their work life hard, according to a new global survey by Vanson Bourne.
One of the biggest obstacles to improving information security within an organisation is the business executives, with the CIO being a big part of the problem, PwC's Global State of Information Security 2014 report has revealed.
Kaylene O'Brien, deputy chair of networking forum Vic ICT for Women, is one of many Australian ICT workers who have experienced gender discrimination.
The biggest investment CIOs are making this year is on custom-built software, applications and middleware, which will reach US$542 billion globally, according to Forrester Research’s latest forecast.
The value of enterprise resource planning (ERP) in business transformation and competitiveness has faded into the background as trends such as cloud computing increasingly gain traction, according to the leader of the Leading Edge Forum (LEF).
Henry Shiner first started out in McDonald's as a crew member at the Yagoona, NSW restaurant -- the first McDonald's that opened in Australia. More than 30 years later, he returned to McDonald's and became CIO for Australia and New Zealand in 2007.