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In pictures: CIO100 event in Wellington: Frontline leadership

The CIO100 event, which presents the results of the annual research on the top ICT using organisations in New Zealand, was held for the first time this year in Wellington. Victor Vae'au of the NZ Defence Force delivered the CIO keynote presentation. Photos by James Henderson.

  • “The New Zealand Defence Force is like a country in many aspects,” says its CIO Victor Vae’au. "Every line of business is there."

  • The CIO100, which presents the results of the annual research on the top ICT using organisations in New Zealand, was held for the first time this year in Wellington.

  • A panel discussion on the top business technology trends CIOs should prepare for in the next 12 months with panellists David Spaziani of Gartner, David Kennedy of Orion Health and James Walls of Dimension Data.

  • Fonterra was named the top ranked organisation in the 2015 CIO100. In photo are CIO editor Divina Paredes and Jason McHenry, NZ Manager, Financial Solutions at Cisco Capital.

  • John-Paul Sikking, head of security at Cisco, talked about the top trend this year –how companies are confronting the escalating security threat.

  • The 2016 CIO100 events will be held next year on March 22 in Auckland and March 23 in Wellington.

  • Cisco, Unisys and Datacom sponsored the 2015 CIO100 events in Auckland and Wellington.

  • Steve Griffin, country manager of Unisys: “Let’s use ‘learn’ in place of fail.”

  • The 2016 CIO100 events will be held next year on March 22 in Auckland and March 23 in Wellington.

  • The panellists - David Spaziani of Gartner, David Kennedy of Orion Health and James Walls of Dimension Data - talk about steps organisations can take to enhance cybersecurity.

  • More than 80 ICT leaders attended the CIO100 event in Wellington. The event sponsors are Cisco, Unisys and Datacom.

  • The featured analyst speakers this year - Denildo Albuquerque (in photo) and David Spaziani of Gartner – shared pointers for working with the board and the executive team.

  • Gartner executive partner David Spaziani says when working with the board, the CIO needs to remember the BOARD guidelines to be: Brief, Open, Accurate, Relevant, Diplomatic.

  • Victor Vae’au, CIO of the New Zealand Defence Force, was the keynote speakerat the CIO100 event in Wellington.

  • Victor Vae’au, CIO of the New Zealand Defence Force talked about how he and his team are on a continuous mission of managing information as a strategic aspect of the organisation, and how they are providing a modern platform to enable the Defence Force to deliver on its mission critical goals.

  • The CIO100, which presents the results of the annual research on the top ICT using organisations in New Zealand, was held for the first time this year in Wellington.

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