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June 20, 2013 by

Agile Telstra allows IT grad to school CEO

Becoming an agile company has allowed Telstra to embrace a culture of open communication between staff from different departments and from different levels of the corporate ladder, according to Telstra CIO Patrick Eltridge.

July 11, 2011 by

DiData kicks off BYO device trial

Dimension Data chief information officer (CIO) Ian Jansen today revealed that the IT services company is in the preliminary stages of a bring-your-own (BYO) device trial that will see staff offered a choice between the traditional company desktop computer or their own consumer laptop or tablet devices.

April 12, 2011 by

Follow us on BYO devices: Curtin CIO

Curtin University's chief information officer (CIO) Peter Nikoletatos believes that the private sector should look at higher education institutions to see how to implement a bring-your-own model for staff laptops and tablet devices.

April 3, 2011 by

CIOs cautious on Suncorp BYO model

Suncorp's decision to ditch a 20,000 PC refresh and encourage staff to use personal computers may be revolutionary, but despite curiosity about CIO Jeff Smith's decision, other blue-chip organisations aren't anywhere near following in his footsteps.

August 30, 2009 by

How CIOs can foster feedback from their staff

In difficult and demanding times, it’s particularly important for IT leaders to get good feedback from staff. If you’re going to successfully guide your team, you need to listen to their ideas and understand what they’re dealing with - and that requires some dedicated effort.

June 11, 2008 by

CIO perspective: Patrick Slesinger, Wallem

Patrick Slesinger is director and CIO of Wallem Services Limited, a Hong Kong based ship management business with some 6,600 staff. Earlier today we discussed the way in which Wallem has transitioned from being a top down, command and control directed business to one where openness rules.

November 22, 2007 by

Customs CIO: Vista gives our staff PCs that work

Australian Customs' chief information officer, Murray Harrison, says the department has almost completed rolling out Vista to its 6,000 PCs, and has improved security for its laptop fleet using Microsoft's encryption tool, Bitlocker.

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