Fixed wireless and wholesale network infrastructure provider Swoop has secured a five-year, $5m contract with network provider Orro Group.
iSelect has revealed plans to bring its service centre back to Victoria and to establish a new Data Science Centre of Excellence research facility in the state.
A new network operations centre (NOC) will be opened by Macquarie Telecom in Sydney.
The federal government will cap its IT contracts at $100 million and/or three years' duration, to help SMEs to bid for components of large projects.
DXC Technology, the company created through the merger of CSC and HPE's Enterprise Services division, is launching with over 3000 customers and 10,000 staff across A/NZ.
Outsourced omnichannel CEM company Teleperformance has officially opened its first Australian office in Melbourne, which is home to more than 300 help desk support staff.
NASA's employees must be too busy doing... what NASA does best, because the space agency is hosting a crowdsourcing challenge for the artistically inclined to help it develop a logo for its In-Space Manufacturing project.
NEC Australia on track to exceed expectations in 2015; HP Q1 profit falls 4% on revenue declines and forex losses; Apple to spend $2.45bn to build two data centres in Europe.
Strong demand for talent and a trend towards increasing the proportion of IT contractors mean that ICT contracting roles are taking more time to fill Australia-wide.
Cultural and commercial similarities and the promise of discounts of up to 30% make New Zealand an ideal nearshore outsourcing option for Australian businesses, Ovum argues.
When legal changes require modification to an organisation's mainframe applications, a third of ANZ CEOs choose to outsource the app development and testing work, a survey suggests.
Technology and outsourcing services company Capgemini has appointed Depak Nangia to the post of CEO for Australia and New Zealand.
Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand has won a three-year, $170 million extension to its distributed computing contract with the Department of Defence.
Sydney-based Converga has acquired document process outsourcing provider Speedscan to help improve its reach in its core markets of A/NZ, the US and the Philippines.
Australia's contact centre applications market will grow a modest 6.2% between 2012-2019, with spending shifting towards cloud and hosted product offerings, according to Frost & Sullivan.