In the Media

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LinkedIn data shows Australian tech still has a gender diversity problem

Despite years of campaigning and developing programs, research from the first ever comprehensive analysis of the Australian technology sector using LinkedIn data, reveals the industry still faces a big gender diversity problem.

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PWC’s Hilda Clune fashions style on Carla Zampatti’s drive

When Hilda Clune reflects on her career, it is the drive and ­passion of fashion designer and businesswoman Carla Zampatti that has really left an impression.

The PricewaterhouseCoopers Australia chief information officer was just 21 when she started working with Zampatti.

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How diversity created a true transformational CIO

Upon arriving at PwC’s office in Sydney’s Darling Park, visitors are greeted by formally dressed wait staff who enquire about their preferred drink before moving into an allocated meeting room.

The PricewaterhouseCoopers Australia chief information officer was just 21 when she started working with Zampatti.

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PwC AU moving to more aggressive stance on cloud (highlights video)

PricewaterhouseCoopers’ (PwC) business transformation leader and CIO, Hilda Clune, told ZDNet that most of its early cloud moves were to transition low-risk back office applications to software-as-a-service (SaaS). Innovation labs — temporary CPU and storage capabilities spun up to support specific projects, often for client-facing staff — also figured in early cloud initiatives.

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Females in IT lunch sells out in Sydney

To celebrate International Women’s Day at Cockle Bay.

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2015 International Women’s Day Melbourne Luncheon

Gender diversity continues to be a hot topic today and one that is discussed everywhere – from the G20 Summit to within our own Government. This year, FITT shines the spotlight on the ICT industry and focus on the actions that we can take now, in order to transform the future for women in ICT.

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