The payroll company that left local IT contractors waiting for wages amid a $165 million tax fraud investigation has gone into administration.
Stories by Leon Spencer
Log data generated by the ATO's HPE storage hardware revealed potential issues months before the agency’s systems were hit by last year's massive outage.
Telstra is set to cut up to 87 jobs due to the ongoing restructure of its Enterprise Services business.
Ongoing declines in HPE's software business have contributed to the company’s latest quarterly loss, according to analysts.
Australians were hit on 31 May by outages that affected the operation of certain Microsoft Office 365 services, including Outlook.
HPE has struck a settlement with the ATO over the “unprecedented” failure of its storage hardware in late 2016.
A "major" telco failure was behind the system outage that left some of Australia’s busiest airports resorting to manual processing of travellers.
The AFP has arrested the director of Plutus Payroll, the company named at the centre of a $165 million tax fraud investigation.
Plutus Payroll has been named as the company allegedly at the centre of a $165 million tax fraud investigation by the Australian Federal Police.
IBM has won a $13.7 million deal from the Department of Human Services for the provision of mainframe storage infrastructure.
ACCAN has warned the government that its move to introduce its proposed broadband tax could hit low income earners.
The end may be in sight for local IT contractors whose pay has been held up during Plutus Payroll’s legal wrangles with the ATO.
IBM Australia reported a $31 million fall in revenue for the year ending December 2016, while seeing a $36.5 million tumble in net profit for the period.
Optus has flagged plans for further redundancies after moving to cut more than 300 jobs across a range of business areas.
An attack affecting Atlassian’s HipChat platform that may have seen users’ information compromised has prompted a mass password reset for the company’s services.