Australian drinks manufacturer Lion has been forced to take down its IT systems following what is said to be a cyber incident.
The president of IT workers' lobby group IT Professionals Association says the shafting of IT workers, as revealed to be happening at logistics behemoth Toll Holdings, is much more prevalent than is made public.
EXCLUSIVE Logistics giant Toll Holdings is set to make more than 200 IT positions redundant and outsource the work done by these staff to the Indian outsourcing company Infosys and a number of other Indian contractors, iTWire has been reliably informed.
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