The Western Sydney Institute of TAFE NSW has launched an ICT training academy to help meet demand for workers in the sector.
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Royal District Nursing Service (RDNS) is on the hunt for a new CIO.
ASG Group has won an $11.5 million contract with the Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI) in Victoria to provide cloud-based hosting and managed services.
Optus has been awarded a $60 million, five-year contract with Virgin Australia to provide domestic and international telco and managed services.
Optus has won a contract with the NSW Department of Finance and Services to provide managed mobility services, replacing Telstra as the provider for its mobile services.
Telstra will cut around 1100 jobs from its operation business by June next year, around 6 per cent of its operations staff.
Mark Pigot has left the position of CIO at the University of Newcastle after just four months in the job.
The Queensland University of Technology (QUT) has recently migrated around 140,000 student accounts from Microsoft’s Live@edu to Office 365.
Malcolm Turnbull has been appointed Australia’s newest Communications Minister, and the telco and IT industry is optimistic about the impact he might have on the sector.
Optus Business and SingTel have signed a $530 million agreement to provide telcommunications and managed services to the ANZ Bank.
The National Broadband Network, Australia's largest infrastructure project, is set for a shake-up as Tony Abbott slots into the top job.
TechnologyOne and Toowoomba Regional Council have signed a $3 million agreement for the council to roll out the OneCouncil software platform.
National ICT Australia (NICTA) has received $42 million in federal government funding for 2015-16.
A farmer’s daughter who studied peanuts in India for her PhD is heading up a new division for the CSIRO, and she's hoping data-driven research will help to facilitate real world decision-making for industry and the government.
Revenues at Telstra’s Network Applications and Services (NAS) division increased by 17.7 per cent to $1.5 billion, with strong growth across all its products.