Stories by CIO Staff

CIO, CMO and Computerworld Data Analytics Survey – Terms and Conditions

By participating in CIO, CMO and Computerworld Data Analytics Survey, you have the opportunity to win one of two $250 JB Hifi Vouchers. In 50 words or less, describe how a data analysis project has enabled your organisation to create new products or services that have increased revenue and profitability.

Customer Engagement Survey Terms and Conditions

By participating in CIO and Computerworld's Customer Engagement Survey, you have the opportunity to win one of two $250 JB Hifi Vouchers. Simply answer the question: What is your definition of successful custmer engagement?

CIO Executive Council launches Pathways Express

The CIO Executive Council has launched Pathways Express, a one-day intensive learning and development program for organisations that want to improve the business acumen of their senior ICT executives.

McAfee Asia Pacific promotes CTO

A change in leadership has taken place at McAfee APAC as Michael Sentonas has been promoted to global chief technology officer for Security Connected.

In pictures: Pawsey Centre

The Pawsey Centre at the WA Technology Park in Kensington, Western Australia will be officially opened on Friday.

UTS, UWS in data centre co-location deal

The University of Technology (UTS) and the University of Western Sydney (UWS) expect to save millions of dollars and achieve economies of scale for their business units by using data centre co-location services provided by Macquarie Telecom.

Tweet & Win competition

The Tweet & Win competition is a game of skill with the winner chosen by Computerworld's Editor staff. All entries will be judged on their merit.

Gallery: Wired for Wonder

The Commonwealth Bank's Wired for Wonder conference kicked off yesterday, bringing together CBA staff, customers and a diverse collection of speakers from technology and art backgrounds, and those who straddle the two.

Govt IT spending to hit $9.5 billion in 2013: Gartner

Australia is set to buck the global trend in government IT spending this year according to Gartner. Australian government agency spending at local, state and federal levels is set to grow by 2.2 per cent, the analyst firm predicted in a report issued today.