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  • Optus names social entrepreneur accelerator finalists

    ​An app that provides a “life coach in your pocket” and a virtual reality simulator that gives users an immersive experience of being harassed are among the solutions of seven social entrepreneurs named as finalists in Optus’ Future Makers tech ​accelerator program​.

  • Ursula Phillips joins The Real Pet Food Company

    Former PepsiCo Australia and New Zealand technology boss, Ursula Phillips, will join The Real Pet Food Company in August as its Sydney-based chief information officer.

  • CIO50 2018 - Meet the Judges

    With the third annual CIO50 in full swing and nominations open until August 16, it’s time to meet our esteemed judges. CIO Australia has assembled a stellar cast of industry leaders to weigh in on this year’s stories of business innovation and leadership.

  • Interactive hires Nick Scholefield as its first CIO

    IT services outfit Interactive has appointed former Perpetual GM of technology Nick Scholefield as its first chief information officer.

  • CIO downs tools at Bunnings

    ​Bunnings Group is seeking a chief information officer following the departure of Tamour Azam.

  • PepsiCo CIO Ursula Phillips departs

    ​PepsiCo Australia and New Zealand chief information officer Ursula Phillips is departing the company next month.

  • Paul Keen moves to Qantas

    Former Airtasker CTO Paul Keen is the new head of software engineering at Qantas. Keen, who left the gig economy player last month, is reporting to Qantas chief technology, Rob James who joined the airline last May.

  • IT worker turnover on rise in Australia report CIOs

    ​The voluntary employee turnover among permanent IT workers has increased in the last three years, say Australian chief information officers responding to a Robert Half commissioned survey.

  • Pascal Boillat new CBA tech chief

    Commonwealth Bank has hired Deutsche Bank’s London-based group CIO, Pascal Boillat as its new technology chief, following an executive restructure announced today.

  • Australian startups tackle harassment, discrimination

    A group of Australian tech startups have drafted a code of conduct in an attempt to stamp out sexual harassment, discrimination and offensive language across the community.

  • Humans and smart machines: A unified front to tackle growing cybersecurity complexity

    Why collaboration across business units, partners and industries is the way to tackle the biggest challenge organisations face in the digital economy.

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