Dion Weisler has unveiled plans to exit as CEO of HP, returning home to Australia due to a “family health matter”.
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Rapid population growth in Asia is placing new demands on public structures and services, with Malaysia at the forefront of enhancing infrastructure capabilities to reduce stress on expanding cities and towns.
The technology industry across the world has come together in mourning of Atta Elayyan and Syed Jahandad Ali, who were victims of the terrorist attack in Christchurch.
Kathmandu is “urgently investigating” a security incident with its online trading websites, following a suspected customer data breach.
The internal network of Citrix has been breached by a group of hackers, believed to be international cyber criminals, following an alert from the FBI.
The National Australia Bank has unveiled plans to migrate more than 300 applications, including core banking systems, to AWS by the end of 2019.
As customers around the world increase adoption of Azure, including 95 per cent of the Fortune 500, Microsoft has built a cloud control room to meet demand.
German automaker Volkswagen AG will use Microsoft Azure to provide all future digital services and mobility offerings across its entire fleet.
Digital business initiatives remain a key priority for government agencies, yet progress remains slow as deployments lag behind the private sector.
Vodafone Hutchinson and TPG Telecom have confirmed plans to merge, with the combined entity set to create a $15 billion “challenger” in the market.
Dimension Data, NTT Communications, NTT Data, NTT Security and NTTi3 are merging to create a heavyweight technology provider.
Government agencies from Australia have joined forced with the FBI to disrupt an Eastern European-based cyber crime network targeting local citizens.
Telstra is on the verge of cutting a further 110 jobs, should operational changes to enterprise sales and service teams go ahead.
Venture capital investment in Australian start-ups reached a record $630 million during the past financial year, as emerging businesses chase cash injections.
Microsoft has unveiled plans to acquire software development platform, GitHub, in a US$7.5 billion deal designed to create a competitive edge in the cloud.