We're on deck for two weeks of all cloud all the time. Cloud, outsourcing etcetera may just be excuses for a lack of CIO influence.
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New CIO survey finds somewhat tighter IT budgets, and a couple of surprises: less money for cloud, and a new outsourcing destination.
For 2013, 45.8 percent of CIOs expect their IT budgets to increase and 21.8 percent see their budgets falling.
Protectionism is on the rise, endangering the operations of global IT outsourcers, according to Ovum, but Australia is a haven that they can count on for growth.
Mahindra Satyam and Tech Mahindra plan to hire hundreds of people for their Sydney operations, a move welcomed by NSW Acting Minister for Trade and Investment George Souris.
The Financial Services Union is today up in arms over the commencement of Westpac's new outsourcing initiative, with 188 jobs set to go in an initial wave of cuts.
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While CIO says outsourcing deal with Capgemini will allow tech team to work on other projects...
Two of Australia's prominent energy utilities have expanded existing relationships with IT outsourcing partners as they look to wring more value from their IT support arrangements.
Call centre and business outsourcing provider Stellar has named a new chief information officer (CIO) for its Asia Pacific business.
New Australia and New Zealand Banking Group chief information officer Anne Weatherston has poured cold water on those hoping her recent ascendancy to the bank's top technology role will open the door for outsourcing opportunities.
Customer communications outsourcing firm Salmat has appointed former Babcock and Brown CIO David Hackshall as its chief information officer, filling the vacancy left when Aaron Panozza resigned in May 2009.
Tube Lines and Highways Agency IT chiefs on the route to outsourcing success
Home loan company, Mortgage Choice, has ditched Lotus Notes Domino for its lenders messaging needs in favour of Google's Enterprise Apps suite — but it's keeping Microsoft Office as the corporate standard.
Recruitment specialist Hudson today confirmed that its CIO Atul Thapar, who was only appointed last year, had decided to leave the company to pursue other opportunities.
Foster's Group has seen $21 million in benefits this year from an extensive IT transformation to simplify its disparate systems.
Australia's largest airline, Qantas, today confirmed it was considering outsourcing delivery of IT projects to IBM as cost-cutting initiatives progress.
Bank of Queensland's group head of technology Jim Stabback has been given free reign under the bank's war on cost, chief executive David Liddy said today.
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia yesterday said it would announce the winner of its 10-year, $1.3 billion managed telecommunications deal at the end of March.
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