Despite his reputation for diplomacy, new Telstra CEO David Thodey will be as equally tough a competitor as Sol Trujillo ever was, according to former Optus executive and telco industry insider Paul Fletcher.
Stories by Tim Lohman
A co-operative, collaborative Telstra could be set to emerge with the appointment of Telstra group managing director of enterprise and government, David Thodey, as the new CEO, according to telco industry expert Paul Budde.
Westpac is to derive much of its future IT innovation and costs savings from a cross pollination of best-of-breed IT systems between itself and St George, which was acquired by the bank last year.
New legislation on executive pay could significantly hurt organisations’ ability to attract talent and get rid of poor performing staff according to legal firm Allens Arthur Robinson.
Westpac has made major advances in the last half year in improving the reliability and stability of its in-house IT systems according to the bank’s CEO, Gail Kelly.
Senior executive pay has come under the gun with the release today of the Rudd government’s Termination Benefits Reform Bill.
The Rudd government’s delay of emissions trading scheme buys organisations more time to work out plans for cutting their carbon footprints.
The Defence department has signaled a raft of changes to its approach to information technology under a new ICT reform program.
Singtel-owned telco Optus is provide telecommunications and managed networks service to the ANZ bank under a new $500 million, five year contract.
Rather than encouraging CIOs to batten the hatches, the global financial crisis (GFC) encouraging ICT leaders to take risks and create new opportunities, according to IDC.
Despite recent power blackouts in Sydney and the threat of a swine flu pandemic, many Australian organisations are still “flying by the seat of their pants” claim experts
Mission Australia has rolled out 1,155 licences of Salesforce’s CRM Enterprise edition aimed at boosting the efficiency of its employment services unit.
Australian health authorities may have given the all clear for two local suspected cases of the [[artnid:300804|swine flu virus|new]] -- which has killed more than 80 people in Mexico and infected 20 in the United States -- but concern over the spread of the potentially fatal disease has local CIOs revisiting their business continuity plans (BCP).
Wireless technology currently in development by the CSIRO may be the key to bringing a cost effective National Broadband Network to regional and rural Australia, according to the national science organisation.
My Net Fone is to launch a national Naked ADSL2+ service in mid-May aimed at encouraging fixed line telephony users to ditch their current provider in favour of fast broadband and VoIP telephony services from the company.