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Innovator Series: Denise Wood
Breakthrough work in the disability sector.
Innovator Series: Simon Hackett
Why the former Internode founder is now all about batteries.
Innovator Series: Jacqueline Korhonen
Staying ahead of the curve has its benefits.
Innovator Series: Liesl Capper Yearsley
Artificial intelligence has been her life's work.
Innovator Series: Kate Raynes-Goldie
A career in gaming is serious business.
Innovator Series: Jill Slay
A pioneer in progressing Australia’s cybersecurity sector.
Innovator Series: Richard White
The CEO of ASX-listed WiseTech Global is driven by the need to do better.
Innovator Series: Michael Malone
He grew ISP iiNet from nothing into a $1.56 billion company.
Innovator Series: Kim-Kwang Raymond Choo
The home-grown cybersecurity expert is now teaching in the US.
Innovator Series: Peter James
Peter James helped shape the early days of ICT in Australia.
ACS NSW chair strives for ultimate membership value
How it plans to get there.
ACS Victoria branch's star is on the rise
New chair Craig Horne makes some big changes.
How women in IT can get to the top
Profiling ACS SA chair and IS director Jo Stewart-Rattray.
At the top of her game
A decision to bring digital operations back in-house three years ago has paid big dividends for Tabcorp.
ANZ looks to life beyond the transaction
If digital disruptors think an online payments startup could rock the big four, they’ve missed the point of why people use banks, says Patrick Maes.
Building a disruptive culture
The time is nigh to start building a workplace culture that a Google or a Facebook would envy, says Bankwest CIO Andy Weir.