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You are the 2015 CIO 100

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You are the 2015 CIO 100

Information is power and it’s an opportunity for any organisation in any sector to mine and use for its own sustainability

If I could put my finger on a single theme that came out of the creation of the 2015 CIO 100, it is the customer. read more

23 April 2015
What does a top CIO do next?

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What does a top CIO do next?

The CIO 100 class of 2012 and 2013 have left the CIO role, what does it mean for our community?

You've worked hard. You've climbed your way to the top of the tree. You've made it to be CIO, and there's certainly plenty to get on… read more

22 April 2015
How CIOs can lead digital transformation

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How CIOs can lead digital transformation

We now expect access to information, seamlessly, effortlessly and immediately

Digital services are connecting us faster than ever before, with Facebook recently reaching 50m users in a fraction of the time of anything before it – including the television, iPod and the internet. In this hyper-connected world, the way we use technology has never been more closely aligned between our business and personal lives. With that comes an expectation to receive the same seamless, and straightforward, digital experiences from our service providers that we get from our social networks.

Moore's Law at 50 - The past and future

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Moore's Law at 50 - The past and future

Moore's Law, which has provided a guideline to maker cheaper, smaller and faster computers, endures even after 50 years

Moore's Law might not be on your mind when you're strapping on the latest smartwatch or ogling an iPhone, but for 50 years it has been… read more

By Agam Shah | 17 April 2015
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