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October 15, 2009 by

VA now loves its VistA software

VA CIO Roger Baker, who was confirmed to his position in May, is calling VistA "the best in the world" and seeking to offer it to the rest of the government, and the health care industry.

July 27, 2009 by

TechRepublic's CIO Jury: Split on deploying Windows 7

IT departments have largely ignored Windows Vista and stuck with Windows XP as the corporate standard. However, Windows 7 has received a warmer response from IT professionals than Vista did, and TechRepublic’s CIO Jury is split down the middle on whether to deploy Windows 7.

November 13, 2008 by

Sydney Water skipping Vista

CIO of Australia's largest water utility says the organization would likely skip Vista and instead plan ahead to install Windows 7 on its 4,000 desktops.

November 12, 2008 by

Sydney Water skips Vista

Sydney Water CIO Tim Catley today said the organisation would likely skip Vista and instead plan ahead to install Windows 7 on the organisation's 4,000 desktops, which are currently running Windows XP.

September 25, 2008 by

Customs CIO leaves

Australian Customs Service chief information officer Murray Harrison today said he would leave the agency next Wednesday, ending his six-year tenure.

April 29, 2008 by

News to know: Microhoo; Taming Vista UAC; iPhone; Google; CIO Sessions

Notable headlines:Ed Bott: Fixing Windows Vista, Part 2: Taming UAC. Images: Taming Vista's User Account Control (right)Larry Dignan: Microhoo: Wall Street gets antsyMary Jo Foley: XP SP3 delayed by glitchNew test releases out of Microsoft virtualization, mid-size Windows waresMicrosoft's competitor to Adobe LightRoom gets another championTechland: AT&T to cut the price of Apple's new iPhoneJason O'Grady: Rumor: 3G iPhone to sell for US$199David Morgenstern: iPhone 3G: Release the rumors!

February 5, 2008 by

News to know: Microsoft's new language; Yahoo saga; Apple; Vulnerability counts

Notable headlines:Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft declares its modeling love with a new language, ‘D’Larry Dignan: Yahoo's conundrum: White knights are hard to find Dan Farber: Mitch Kapor: Microsoft+Yahoo, major integration challengeDavid Morgenstern: Will Microsoft support Windows on Macs?CIO Sessions: Discover Financial Services CIO: Diane Offereins Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Vista SP1 highlights in 60 seconds - The reasons why I'll be applying the service pack.

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.

October 22, 2007 by

Cesare Tizi, ZDNet Australia CIO of the Year 2007

Welcome to the CIO Vision Series and congratulations to Cesare Tizi, who was awarded the ZDNet Australia CIO of the Year award for 2007. Tizi was recognised for the work he did while successfully leading Australia's largest energy supplier, AGL Energy, through a period of intense change.

March 22, 2007 by

Explaining a Vista ban

The National Institute of Standards and Technology has put a moratorium on using Windows Vista, but that's business as usual, says agency's CIO.

March 5, 2007 by

Wotif: Paul Young, CIO

Wotif is one of the most popular online marketplaces for last-minute hotel accommodation in Australia and New Zealand. In this interview, the company's CIO Paul Young talks about some of the important technical and business decisions he has made in order to successfully manage the infrastructure of a rapidly growing Web 2.0 company.

February 18, 2007 by

SurfControl: Max Rayner, CIO

As chief information officer of a security company, Max Rayner is under even more pressure than others to practise what his company preaches. In this CIO Vision Series interview, he tells Munir Kotadia how his role as CIO and head of product development delivers efficiency in the supply chain.

February 6, 2007 by

Aussie CIOs get clearer vista on open source

Local chief information officers at a Sydney conference this week were more interested in talking about open source and standards-based software than Microsoft's new operating system. At the 10th annual CIO Week conference, two of the key speakers said they were welcoming open source software into the enterprise.


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