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  • New heads of ICT for healthAlliance and BNZ

    Two major ICT executive positions have been announced – Johan Vendrig as the GM information services for healthAlliance, and Roy Goldsmith, chief technology officer for Bank of New Zealand.
    Vendrig moves to his current role from the Auckland District Health Board where he was CIO. The ADHB is one of four Northern Region District Health Boards that have formed a shared service for their merging their non-clinical services covering finance, procurement, supply chain, internal audit and Information Services.

    Written by Divina Paredes04 May 11 22:00
  • Paul Reynolds turns to Telecom CIO to manage XT crisis

    With news of CIO roles being disestablished or downsized becoming common, the recent executive changes at Telecom New Zealand have seen a raising of the profile and responsibility of its CIO, David Havercroft.
    Havercroft has taken over and led the crisis team for all the recent XT outages, said Telecom CEO Paul Reynolds.

    Written by Computerworld NZ21 Feb. 10 22:00
  • Another government agency disestablishes CIO role

    The Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) has disestablished the CIO role.
    David Spaziani is leaving first week of March following changes in the ICT infrastructure, which will be now under Stephen Crombie, general manager, government technology services.

    Written by Divina Paredes20 Feb. 10 22:00
  • CIO: An endangered role?

    The CIO role can ‘disappear’ but only for the right reasons, asserts Marcel van den Assum, a professional director and independent advisor.
    By this, says the former Fonterra CIO, “You have got to the point of maturity in your organisation where the executive leadership has embedded IS principles and understanding, and that is a reflection of the information revolution having run its course.”

    Written by Divina Paredes02 June 08 22:00
  • High profile CIO exits after restructure

    Long-time Coles Group chief information officer Peter Mahler has resigned as Wesfarmers moves to break up the Coles IT operation into smaller parts following its $18 billion takeover of the retailer.
    Mr Mahler had held the role, one of Australia's highest profile corporate technology positions, for the past six years, joining the retail giant from Brussels-based Belgacom Telecommunications.

    Written by Renai LeMay23 Feb. 08 22:00