Dateline San Francisco: More than 250 companies exhibited at VMworld's Solutions Exchange area
Stories by Divina Paredes
PwC has a new general manager IT operations, Nicole Hughes, who came from Microsoft where she was service management consultant. Hughes, who reports to chief operating officer Peter Doyle, has 15 years experience in IT operations and project management.
Dateline San Francisco: VMware's 10th annual congress attracts over 21,000 attendees.
John Holley ventures into an unfamiliar territory to most CIOs - to South Sudan, as a planning officer for the United Nations Mission. He talks about the upsides of taking a ‘career sabbatical’ and how CIOs can do the same - without leaving the country, or their respective organisations.
Brings 30 years experience of running global IT operations, and will report to chief executive Pat Gelsinger.
Johan Vendrig moves to HSA as chief operating officer; ex-Vodafone CIO Claire Govier takes on role.
Charitable organisation seeks ‘innovator and expert’ to steer the organisation from an ‘IT perspective’
For Rob Fyfe, innovation and risk management go hand in hand, and he shares how this was demonstrated during his term as CIO and then chief executive at Air New Zealand.
Threats and opportunities from faster, better predictive analytics are highlighted in this year’s SAS Forum.
Craig Soutar of the New Zealand Transport Agency talks about the CIO’s ‘balancing act’ of simultaneously leading through a growing ICT portfolio and delivering core services.
Project activity is on the rise, but so are failure rates, and more organisations are disestablishing project management offices, reports KPMG.
Orion Health has selected HP's converged cloud to support its global managed health services.
The CIO should really think how they can work with business leaders around the company not only to deliver services internally but to use technology to help the company differentiate and expand the business, says IDC chief research officer Crawford del Prete.
It was a Sunday afternoon but Channa Jayasinha was in the Wellington City Council (WCC) complex when the earthquake struck.
Information and communication technology is becoming increasingly integrated into the response teams for emergencies, while social networks are important channels for agencies involved in disaster responses.