Victorian health care provider, Austin Health, has just completed phase one of a HR rostering and payroll system that has reducing processing time by 70 per cent.
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The federal government will participate in a roundtable discussion with industry tomorrow to address recent changes to the 457 Visa scheme.
The Western Australian government owned electricity network utility, Western Power, has signed a three year, $A15.4 million IT services contract with Computer Services Corporation (CSC).
The city of West Torrens, which is home to Adelaide Airport, has implemented a server virtualisation and redundancy strategy to protect its data from unexpected disasters such as air crashes and floods.
Global IT examination institute, EXIN has announced a partnership that will see Charles Sturt University (CSU) become the first Australian university to incorporate IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) training and examinations into its IT-related undergraduate and post graduate degree courses.
The founding chief executive officer (CEO) of the National E-Health Transition Authority (NEHTA), Dr Ian Reinecke, has resigned and will be replaced by the Chief Information Officer of the Victorian Department of Human Services, Andrew Howard.
Joining more than 200 councils already using TechnologyOne software, eight municipalities in the Northern Territory have inked deals with the enterprise software provider worth more than $6.3 million.
The federal government today announced more than $5.9 million in funding for counter-terrorism science and technology research as part of the Office of National Security's, Research Support for Counter-Terrorism (RSCT) program.
The federal government is undertaking a review of Australia's immigration programs to address Australia's worsening skills shortage.
The Byteback electronic waste recycling program has reached a significant milestone by preventing over 1000 tonnes of Greenhouse gases from entering the atmosphere.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) has signed a three year contract with Pacnet for global network services under a whole of government telecommunications agreement.
Ahead of International Women's Day on March 8, 2008, a global study of sixty-three nations has revealed women across all industries and age groups are being paid on average 16 per cent less than men.
Unisys announced today its Australian subsidiary has signed a $240 million contract with the Australian Department of Defence.
Port Macquarie-Hastings Council has ditched Excel spreadsheets and implemented software across all of its departments to manage 70 supplier contracts annually worth around $50 million.
Australia's higher education sector is serious about unified communications with three universities investing more than $12 million in developing innovative networks that can deliver a multimedia experience to students.