Not-for-profit organisation BaptistCare NSW & ACT is advertising for a new CIO after George Lymbers left the organisation this month.
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Sydney is the first location outside of North America to get a Microsoft flagship store.
National Australia Bank (NAB) is running over $250 billion in transactions every day out of its Deer Park data centre in Melbourne according to the bank.
Greens MP Adam Bandt has lambasted the passing of new laws that ensure tax details of Australian-owned private companies are exempt from public disclosure rules, saying the government has made it easier for these companies to avoid paying their share of tax.
NBN COO Greg Adcock is due to leave the company after a two year stint and won't be replaced.
Internet service providers would be asked to block websites without a court ruling and there would be 20 year retroactive copyright term extensions, according to Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) documents released by Wikileaks.
Biomedical staff at Royal Hobart Hospital are receiving training on advanced medical equipment from clinicians in other parts of Australia under a new telepresence system trial.
Bank of Queensland (ASX: BOQ) has outlined its technology priorities for 2016, which includes rolling out a retail lending origination system.
CSC has announced plans to acquire the shares of UXC (ASX: UXC) for $428 million, subject to board approvals.
Australians conduct approximately 800 million transactions with federal or state government departments every year, with 40 per cent of these transactions still completed via phone or post according to a new Deloitte report.
Vision Australia has upgraded its CD players to a 3G service, offering a new wealth of content to blind and vision impaired clients.
Approximately $110 million will be cut from the ICT budgets of a range of Western Australia government departments and agencies, with the state government looking to put $25 million of the savings into an ICT Renewal and Reform fund.
The Department of Agriculture and Food in Western Australia is successfully using a private cloud and virtualisation to rein in data growth and kickstart new business programs.
NewSat (ASX: NWT) and its subsidiaries have entered administration pending an assessment of its financial position.
Death by PowerPoint presentation has become the norm but strong images and small amounts of data are better at engaging your audience, according to communications consultant Garr Reynolds.