Nadia Cameron

Publisher and Editor

Nadia is the creator, publisher and editor of CMO, IDG’s dedicated title for modern marketing leaders. A respected and award-winning Journalist and Editor, Nadia has 20 years’ experience covering technology and its intersection with business, marketing and customer experience, working across titles such as CIO, Computerworld, PC World, Australian Reseller News (ARN), Exhibition News, FaceTime magazine and Business Asia.

How a modularised system approach is shaking up the culture and customer story at Decathlon

Adobe, Intuit CIOs weigh in on IT’s role in customer experience success

CIOs must pursue business metrics, not IT metrics, and join forces with their marketing colleagues if they have a hope of facilitating the speed of customer change required across modern organisations today.

Carsales CIO: Don’t forget about people when you’re embracing AI

Having a successful AI project is as much about the culture and your people as it is about the technology or capability you have access to.

Forrester: Why 2019 is the year of digital and CIO reckoning

One in four CIOs will expand their remit in 2019 and become true owners of digital business and technology-led innovation, leaving the rest relegated to trusted IT operators.

Why you need to combine analogue thinking with digital sophistication

Digital futurist, Anders Sorman-Nilsson, tells CIO-CMO Exchange attendees why seamless and emotionally inspired customer experience is vital when you're digitally hacked

How Woodside is using Watson machine learning to predict itself out of catastrophes

Oil and gas giant, Woodside, is running the largest commercial instance of the Watson advisor engine.

Why an information project became a cultural exercise at the Ministry for the Environment

Implementing a cloud-based document management system successfully at New Zealand’s Ministry for the Environment was less about technology investment, and more about the cultural change required to get people on-board and on-side.

Pure Storage CMO: CIOs should help marketing colleagues get emerging tech and data

CIOs shouldn’t just provide IT services to their CMO colleagues, they should also strive to be emerging technology advisers and custodians of data strategy and integrity, one marketing chief claims.

How AMP’s CIO is striving to be innovation and change ready

Customer-led and iterative innovation is the name of the game for AMP’s CIO, Craig Ryman, and he’s not afraid of taking transformative steps organisationally and culturally to achieve it.

Tennis Australia’s new CIO sets his sights on hybrid cloud

Re-evaluating Tennis Australia’s cloud strategy and taking a hybrid approach to applications and IT infrastructure is top of the list for the organisation’s new CIO.

Tennis Australia shares the data analytics and technology driving Australian Open 2016

A combination of data-driven insights, digital platform upgrades and cloud-based infrastructure is helping Tennis Australia improve fan engagement and operational excellence at this year’s Australian Open.

Bridging the digital divide at Australia Post

Andrew Walduck and Greg Sutherland discuss how digital is changing what it means to be a CIO and CMO.

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