Sky Software CEO Nick Stanley will head up ICT Geelong, the advocacy group formed to promote the region as a major Victorian ICT precinct.
Hugh Rogers argues that we should worry less about the theoretical discussions about what is big data and focus more on the practicalities of how it can deliver value to an organisation.
Huawei and the ACT government have negotiated for two ACT students to visit Huawei R&D facilities every year for a three-week work experience program.
Verizon Communications has bought Vodafone's portion of the two companies' joint venture, US mobile network operator Verizon Wireless, for US$130 billion (AU$142 billion), in what is reportedly the third-largest announced corporate deal in history.
NBN Co deputy chair Diane Smith-Gander has resigned from the company to take up the role of chairman at Transfield Services, an NBN contractor.
Australian tech sector remuneration grew 3.2% from June 2012 to June 2013, ahead of public sector wage increases. But this still represents a slowdown from a year earlier.
Telstra still has a commanding lead in the business fixed internet market, but its rivals are making inroads in segments such as the professional services sector.
A new report from NSW's ICAC details five steps to help organisations avoid the corruption that can come when dealing with external IT contractors.
Startup Spring 2013 will be a three-week festival designed to promote local tech start-ups and encourage more Australians to become technology entrepreneurs.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer announced last Friday that he will retire within the next 12 months. He will remain as chief executive until a successor is chosen.
Big data is rapidly emerging as an important resource for enhancing customer relationships. Teamed with predictive analytics tools, it can be used to improve loyalty, increase sales opportunities and boost the bottom line.
Successful business relationships depend on trust between buyers and sellers. However, the software industry has historically struggled with trust as it relates to the exchange of fair value. Many companies find themselves with unintentional overuse despite their desires and best intentions to avoid it.
The NZ government's proposal to regulate lower wholesale broadband prices is an even-handed approach, which could be key to the success of its UFB fibre project.
Networking vendor Cisco will cut 4000 jobs - 5% of its workforce - in a bid to free up resources for its faster-growing segments, and for future acquisitions. The announcement comes on top of an 18% year-on-year increase in fiscal fourth-quarter profits at Cisco.
Regulatory compliance should not be the main driver of risk and security planning, Gartner says. Compliance should instead be a by-product of effective risk management.