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Government agencies, including in Australia, remain under pressure to cut IT program budgets and services, with many CIOs expecting they will have less money for…
There are still obstacles to overcome before the vision of true IT and business integration can be fully realised, with CIOs in companies around the…
Research firm Gartner has appointed a former chief of the Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO) to the global position of Research Vice President in…
What sets some CIOs apart? What makes some perform well, and others fail? It’s all about leadership.
CIOs around the world aren’t coping too well with ‘digitalisation’ – particularly in Australia - with many of them concerned they don’t have the talent…
Over October and November 2013 KRC Research surveyed information workers in the United States with regards information security attitudes and practices. The resulting report by…
It is a truism that what gets measured gets improved. One important function of the CIO is to ensure strategic information is delivered to executive…
Friday, 28 September 2012 16:11

Barnett burns a beacon

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When Lee Barnett entered the workforce in 1974 gender discrimination was rife. At AGC where she got her first job, there were officers and clerks:…
"Why won't the help desk just help us?" says many an office worker about their internal IT support. Yet, IT is similarly lamenting, "Why can't…

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