After eight years as CIO of Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Michael Heart is packing his bags and moving to London for a role with Barclays Bank.
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Using cloud computing ought to make sense for an event like the Olympics, but the technology isn’t ready, according to the CIO of the London 2012 Games
Interview: Gerry Pennell on online attacks, apps, contactless payments and the games' tech legacy...
Departure coincides with merger of IT chief role with London Underground post...
Interview: Phil Pavitt, CIO Transport for London, on making IT boring
Former Co-operative Financial Services exec Gerry Pennell will design, procure and run the Games tech programme
Former Co-op tech boss appointed
Cities such as New York, Munich and even Bergen in Norway have a CIO - but not London
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