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  • Toowoomba Regional Council gets smart on consolidation

    Making eight fit into one created a huge challenge following the amalgamation of regional governments in Queensland 

  • Mantra virtualises for business agility

    Facing significant, rapid business expansion, corporate and leisure accommodation provider Mantra Group, revitialised its IT systems and delivered flexibility to the business. 

  • vForum Awards 2011 - The Winners

    There isn't a CIO out there that doesn't aspire to run their department and deliver projects in a way that makes other CIOs sit up and take notice. That's exactly what the winners of this year's vForum Awards did. We take a look at each one. 

  • doubleIQ increases data warehouse performance

    Looking to data delivery performance, doubleIQ from its data warehouse, doubleIQ employed EMC's Greenplum solution. 

  • Toyota takes dealer application to the cloud

    Toyota Australia's Divisional Manager for Information Systems explains why he's placed an application in Fujitsu's cloud, instead of a "pure play" public cloud. 

  • Business iPad easy to manage at Alpine Council

    Victoria’s Alpine Council has adopted a fleet of 18 iPads, and IT Manager Craig Collings says the devices are proving wonderfully easy to manage. 

  • Charles Sturt University embraces unified comms

    Charles Sturt University’s unified communications deployment has produced some surprises, such as higher-than-expected demand for softphones, says Phillip Roy, Director of Operations in the University’s Division of Information Technology. 

  • The worst day of a CIO’s life

    When real estate agency Ray White decided to develop software on Microsoft's .net platform, the project failed and the code had to be deleted. The company has since built applications using Google's App Engine. 

  • How IAG launched a new online brand

    When insurance giant IAG decided it needed a new online insurance business, the internal startup given the job used technology to design the product, then faced interesting technology choices. 

  • Corporate Express virtualises workers’ skills on the road to 100% virtualisation

    The IT leader at office supplies company Corporate Express is shooting for 100% virtualisation of the company's systems, and has changed the way he manages the IT team to achieve the goal. 

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Learn from your peers. See how other Australian CIOs are adding value to their businesses by reading CIO case studies about Australian companies and learning how technology investments are delivering a clear return on investment for other local companies.