Workforce intelligence platform Reejig has closed its $6 million Series A capital raise.
Transport for NSW is undertaking a major recruitment drive with the hiring of hundreds of local IT professionals of all disciplines and levels across the state.
Oil and gas giant Shell has fallen victim to a network attack, with the breach being through vulnerabilities in Accellion's File Transfer Appliance product. Data belonging to its stakeholders and subsidiaries has been compromised.
Security firm Qualys has become the latest to be affected by a breach of a file transfer system manufactured by the firm Accellion, the company says.
Transport for NSW has been hit by an attack on a file transfer system manufactured by the firm Accellion, the agency says.
Swinburne University of Technology's Centre for the New Workforce has appointed Ben Hamer as an adjunct industry fellow.
An 11-seat driverless shuttle bus is ready to roll in the City of Newcastle in a 12-month trial servicing the city’s harbour foreshore.
Commuters in Sydney will now be able to use their credit cards or mobile phones to tap on and off on metro train services, instead of using their Opal cards, after the contactless payments trial run by Transport for NSW and the Commonwealth Bank, Cubic and Mastercard was extended.
If you use your phone while driving in NSW, or are otherwise distracted, or take cocaine and drive, new reforms due on 1 July are set to target you.
The Roads and Maritime Services agency in New South Wales says it is championing women in IT, putting in place its own Women in IT action group as part of a move to address the lack of diversity in the sector.
The state transport authority in New South Wales is accepting expressions of interest for developing pilots to test public transport services that operate in response to public demand.
Cubic Transportation Systems, the operator of Sydney’s Opal card system, has awarded a US$33 million contract to the Miami-Dade County’s Department of Transportation and Public Works (DTPW) to modernise the Cubic-supplied EASY Card revenue management system.
Transport for NSW has migrated to a SaaS expense management platform, Expense8, provided by software group 8common as part of a three-year contract.
Transport of NSW has selected a cloud platform from global service management provider ServiceNow to support the provisioning of its service desk and work management requirements for Transport Shared Services.
Global IT services giant CSC has inked a $100 million-plus multi-year contract with Transport for NSW to provide network managed services across the department’s 1,200 sites including administration offices, motor registries, roadside depots and railway stations.
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