One of two class actions being launched against Dick Smith Holdings is set to be endowed with new allegations as fresh evidence comes to light.
Stories by Leon Spencer
Former DXC Connect GM hit with legal action over alleged confidentiality breaches in a legal case that extends to several people from the business’s ranks.
The suspension of 50 or more IT subcontractors working for the Department of Human Services amid fraud allegations has fanned Australia’s political flame.
NEXTDC’s efforts to take back total control of Asia Pacific Data Centre Group has been backed by the data centre property group’s directors.
The DTA is on the hunt for Microsoft partners for its new software panel's initial software category.
Infosys CEO managing director, Dr. Vishal Sikka, has resigned from his dual roles amid reports of a growing a rift among the company’s founders, board and management.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre has seen local businesses hit by “cyber adversaries” attempting to extract configuration files from their routers and switches.
The stagnant rate of the average revenue per user from active NBN services is set to remain a source of uncertainty for the project’s ultimate profitability.
The offshoring of data held by telcos and ISPs is set to come under scrutiny amid recommended changes to the Government’s proposed telco security legislation.
Investigation reveals that a Precedent Communications employee was behind last year's Australian Red Cross Blood Service breach.
Nokia’s Ray Owen is set to take up residence at nbn, as the National Broadband Network builder’s new chief technology officer.
Teradata has taken home a $28.9 million data warehouse services deal from the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.
Motorola Solutions has been awarded a $7 million deal to deploy a new computer-aided dispatch system for Western Australia’s Department of Fire and Emergency Services.
When it comes to cloud, the big just keep getting bigger, with the four largest cloud vendors on the planet pulling away from the rest of the pack.
No fewer than five local tech players have been caught up in a corruption probe of the former City of Botany Bay Council CFO.