The Future Fund and Morrison & Co announced an agreement for an Australasian consortium to acquire 49% of InfraCo Towers from Telstra, which represents the largest network of mobile tower sites in Australia.
Decision-making platform provider Board International has appointed Nic Dennis as sales director for Australia and New Zealand.
IT services conglomerate FTS Group has appointed Stephen Kowal as its chief executive.
Managed cloud provider Rackspace has appointed Darryn McCoskery as general manager for Australia and New Zealand.
Two executives of the Commonwealth Bank have been indicted by a US federal grand jury in a case of alleged bribery involving IT services company ServiceMesh which was based in Santa Monica, California.
Unisys has appointed Mark Sabotti to lead the expansion of its life sciences and healthcare business in the Asia Pacific region.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise has launched an organisation called Pointnext which will provide advisory and transformation services, and professional and occupation solutions.
One hundred and eighty South Australian Government IT workers will lose their jobs after the state government announced today that all its IT functions would be outsourced to the American multinational firm Computer Sciences Corporation.
The new company to be formed by the proposed merger of CSC and the enterprise services business of Hewlett Packard Enterprise will be called DXC Technology.
Global ICT services company CSC has inked an agreement with UK cloud solutions vendor eBecs for delivery of Microsoft Dynamics business solutions across markets in the UK Saudi Arabia, and other areas of EMEA and North America.
Global ICT services giant, CSC, has launched its new Australia-New Zealand regional innovation centre in Sydney to further its strategy of driving development of next generation technology solutions.
The worst thing about a distributed denial of service attack is not the attack itself. Rather, it is the slew of bottom-feeders who appear on the horizon after the deed and try to profit from the misery of others.
New figures from Norton by Symantec state that just 19% of small businesses in Australia and 9% in New Zealand are looking to purchase cyber cover in 2017.
CSC subsidiary company UXC Keystone is combining with CSC-owned global technology-enabled services firm Fruition Partners, and Aspediens, to form a global ServiceNow practice.
Global ICT services giant CSC and Tasmanian vocational education and training provider TasTAFE have launched a new partnership, providing for the island state’s TAFE students to gain real world experience working at CSC Hobart’s Centre of Excellence (COE).
Outgoing US president Barack Obama issued executive order 13636 in February 2013, directing the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to work with stakeholders to develop a voluntary framework — based on existing standards, guidelines, and practices — for reducing cyber risks to critical infrastructure.
The outsourcing industry has been on the decline in the Asia Pacific region over the past 18 months, on the back of a shift to a new consumption and service delivery model combined with a decline in legacy assets under management in mature markets like Australia.
Former Commonwealth Bank (CBA) IT executive Keith Hunter has pleaded guilty to bribery/kickbacks in a case that has two sides to it – did CBA get the best outcome and just how much does this represent a tip of the iceberg culture?
The board of ICT services giant CSC has given the green light to plans for the proposed merger with Hewlett Packard’s enterprise services business, HPE, with the newly merged company expected to have annual revenues of US$26 billion.
CSC subsidiary UXC Oxygen is developing a public sector accelerator – a template of core online functions to work with the SAP Hybris commerce solution.
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