HPE CEO, Meg Whitman, will step down early next year, with president, Antonio Neri, set to take up the reins.
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LiveTiles is fighting a legal case launched by a former executive claiming more than US$25M in damages over alleged discrimination and wrongful termination.
Secure Logic founder, Santosh Devaraj, has been named in a legal battle that began when the company launched proceedings against two former executives.
Optus is set to make around 170 jobs redundant after moving to outsource the functions of its network management centre to Nokia.
Australia’s Department of Defence has served up more than $41 million worth of software and tech deals to Data#3, Leidos and Microsoft.
DXC Technology has pulled Data#3 into the legal action it is taking against several former employees from its Connect business.
Eugene Kaspersky takes aim at US Govt agencies after allegations that Kaspersky Lab software was used by Russia-backed hackers to steal classified information.
Oracle to join IBM and SAP in talks with the Federal Government to establish a series of new coordinated procurement arrangements.
Tasmania’s Launtel has made Hobart the second city in the island state to reach gigabit status.
New reports suggest that HPE could be getting set to cut around 5,000 jobs from its global workforce as it pushes play on a major organisational overhaul.
Telstra and McDonald’s have struck a $90 million network transformation deal.
CSG has found itself in a legal tussle over alleged contract breaches after terminating the employment of a former regional GM last year.
Telstra is tapping the local tech market to fill its cyber security ranks following the launches of its Security Operation Centres in Sydney and Melbourne.
New research gives way to the next chapter for Microsoft’s Station Q quantum computing lab at the University of Sydney.
Fuji Xerox brings in Japanese executive to strengthen local governance in Australia following "inappropriate" accounting scandal.