Eleven IT execs on the rise

Dec 19, 2011

The IT industry execs that will lead in 2012.

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The tech sector offered some spectacular executive shakeups in 2011, a year in which several Australians also saw their sphere of influence expanded beyond the continent.    

Starting at home, the year opened with the surprise departure of IBM Australia's managing director, Glen Boreham, [left] who called it quits in January and was replaced by PwC-IBM Global Services chief Andrew Stevens [right].  
 

The tech sector offered some spectacular executive shakeups in 2011, a year in which several Australians also saw their sphere of influence expanded beyond the continent. Starting at home, the year opened with the surprise departure of IBM Australia's managing director, Glen Boreham, [left] who called it quits in January and was replaced by PwC-IBM Global Services chief Andrew Stevens [right].

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