IT Management

Employee engagement rises again in ANZ

03 February, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Employee engagement is improving among employers in ANZ, but workers are increasingly demanding improved hybrid work technology tools.

Research commercialisation fund welcomed

03 February, 2022

Science & Technology Australia (STA) has welcomed the $2.2bn research commercialisation fund announced by the Prime Minister this week.

ANZ MSPs struggling with turnover, outages

31 January, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Australian and New Zealand managed service providers (MSPs) are facing high turnover and difficulty filling engineering roles promptly, a new survey suggests.

Canon acquires WA IT service provider Satalyst

31 January, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Canon Business Services ANZ has acquired WA's Satalyst as it seeks to expand its presence in its focus areas of security, cloud and automation.

Emissions to guide cloud buying decisions by 2025

31 January, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Gartner expects carbon emissions to become a top three criterion driving hyperscaler cloud purchase decisions by 2025.

Urgent call to reform Privacy Act: CHOICE

28 January, 2022

A new survey from CHOICE has found Australians must typically consent to an average of 116 privacy policies at any one time, amounting to a hefty 467,000 words.

RMIT Online aims to train hybrid designers

28 January, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

RMIT Online has teamed up with Canva and other partners to develop the material for a series of courses aimed at meeting employer demand for hybrid designers.

Infosys and Tennis Australia collaborate

28 January, 2022

Infosys has announced a collaboration with Tennis Australia (TA) to drive new digital learning and accessibility initiatives.

Building 10xers in tech: overcoming IT skills shortages

25 January, 2022 by James Coxon, Chief Product Officer and Co-Founder, Stax | Supplied by: STAX

The rate of technical modernisation across the past 18 months far exceeds previous years. But to maintain this pace, we need a skilled workforce.

ACCC appeals $1m penalty against Employsure

21 January, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

The ACCC is appealing the $1m penalty ordered by the Federal Court against Employsure over misleading Google ads, on the grounds the penalty is too low.

Engenco adopts SugarCRM's AI-driven platform

21 January, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Engineering services company Engenco has adopted SugarCRM as its first CRM platform.

Contact centres using AI in harmony with humans

20 January, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Far from fears of automation making jobs obsolete, contact centre organisations are using AI to empower their human agents and create new job opportunities.

Equinix expands Network Edge to Melbourne

20 January, 2022 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

Equinix has launched its Network Edge virtual network function services ecosystem to Melbourne, following its launch in Sydney in late 2019.

Microsoft to acquire Activision Blizzard

19 January, 2022

Microsoft has announced plans to acquire game developer and interactive content publisher Activision Blizzard (AB).

Melbourne drone light display soars after safety checks

17 January, 2022

A light show featuring more than 380 drones flying in formation over Melbourne's Docklands was given the go-ahead after detailed safety checks by CASA.

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