The director and former president of Internet Australia (IA), Narelle Clark, has announced her resignation.
HP Inc's board has approved a restructure plan involving cutting 3000 to 4000 jobs worldwide over the next three years.
SAP has become the first multinational technology company to be awarded the worldwide Economic Dividends for Gender Equality (EDGE) certificate.
Nutanix has appointed Howard Fyffe as managing director of its Australia and New Zealand business, following the move of outgoing MD Wayne Neich to a new Asia–Pacific role.
NEC Australia is inviting technology graduates to join its 2017 graduate program, which is a structured combination of job experience, coaching, workshops, performance planning and feedback.
Accenture has appointed Robert Easton to lead the company's business in Australia and New Zealand.
The ninth annual Best Place to Work survey has named Salesforce, Atlassian and Adobe among the top five large companies in Australia for employees and Rackspace Australia as the best smaller company.
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According to a report by the Grattan Institute, the percentage of recent Australian IT graduates who have secured full-time employment is at its lowest since 1982.
Dimension Data has appointed Steve Nola as chief executive officer of the Australian business.
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The second #TechDiversity Gala Dinner saw the Victorian digital technology industry come together to recognise those behind important diversity initiatives.
KPMG Australia has selected Craig Wishart to take over from Anthony Stevens as CIO, while Stevens takes the newly created role of chief digital officer.
The Australian IT sector is grappling with a worsening skills shortage as digital transformation efforts including cloud migrations leave qualified professionals in short supply, research suggests.
An analysis of LinkedIn data shows that Apple is the top company in the world for attracting and keeping top talent, while KPMG is the top employer in Australia.