This week's instalment of Patch Monday asks the question: "Why did Qantas turf its chief information officer Jamila Gordon?"
With an increasing number of large organisations consolidating their CIO role inside of operations or even finance, it would appear that the power of the CIO is waning. Is this the end or will a resurgent CIO role appear?
We find out why Apple is involved in two ongoing court cases and why you shouldn't trust one Patch Monday host with your tax return.
Also on the show, is Victorian Police's IT department so antiquated that it is a case of "hack my book"?
And we look at the fallout from the showdown between Fake Stephen Conroy and Telstra.