Byron Connolly

Editor

Byron Connolly is a highly experienced technology and business editor who leads the editorial strategy for CIO Australia. He also facilitates roundtables and conferences for CIOs and other senior technology executives and creates content from these events.

CIO Summit 2020 Australia: Pepper Money's Jeremy Francis on why speed is everything

CIO Summit 2020 Australia: Why we need a diverse workforce more than ever

CIO Summit 2020 Australia: Why we need a diverse workforce more than ever

Panelists at this year's Summit discuss what sexual and cultural discrimination looks like in the technology sector and what needs to be done to deal with it.

Exclusive: SA Human Services’ Rowan Dollar made redundant after role dissolved

Exclusive: SA Human Services’ Rowan Dollar made redundant after role dissolved

The Department of Human Services South Australia’s chief information officer, Rowan Dollar, has been made redundant following a restructure at the agency which has seen his position dissolved.

Exclusive: UNSW’s Tim Catley to leave, new chief technology role created

Exclusive: UNSW’s Tim Catley to leave, new chief technology role created

The University of New South Wales’ Tim Catley is leaving his post as chief digital officer following a restructure that has seen the CDO role dissolved.

Vendor relationships in Australia: The good, the bad and the ugly

Vendor relationships in Australia: The good, the bad and the ugly

In this episode of The CIO Show, CIOs and vendors discuss the good and bad of enterprise technology projects and what needs to happen if the industry is to fix its poor track record of failures.

Jon Donoghue new UBank CIO

Jon Donoghue new UBank CIO

Jon Donoghue is the new chief information officer at NAB’s UBank. Donoghue has jumped across to NAB’s technology and enterprise operations division from a three-year stint as chief technology officer at Afterpay.

How the Australian Red Cross is using tech to handle COVID-19 fallout

How the Australian Red Cross is using tech to handle COVID-19 fallout

2020 has been a busy time for Australian Red Cross staff and volunteers as they respond to the dual challenges of providing aid to communities affected by COVID-19 and from some of the country’s worst bushfires on record.

Carsales.com CIO on handling the corners through COVID-19

Carsales.com CIO on handling the corners through COVID-19

Online car yard, Carsales.com saw its inventory rise when COVID-19 hit three months ago as nervous customers put the brakes on buying motor vehicles.

Exclusive: Craig Ryman named new Bank of Queensland tech-boss

Exclusive: Craig Ryman named new Bank of Queensland tech-boss

Craig Ryman is the new chief information officer at Bank of Queensland and will begin work on July 14.

AGL to stick almost everything in the cloud by 2022

AGL to stick almost everything in the cloud by 2022

Australian electricity and gas retailer, AGL, plans to move almost all of its computing infrastructure to the public cloud by 2022.

NSW Police discharge Notes for good

NSW Police discharge Notes for good

NSW Police, hailed as one of the largest police organisations in the English speaking world, has finally shown HCL Notes the door, completing a move to the Microsoft Office 365 collaboration platform.

How Australian healthcare providers are navigating COVID-19

How Australian healthcare providers are navigating COVID-19

Melbourne’s Austin Health was just weeks away from pressing go on a major digital transformation project before COVID-19 started getting serious in early March.

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