Salaries of Australian technology professionals’ have decreased, a distinct exception to the trend of rising salaries across other regions around the world, according to a new report from global IT automation vendor Puppet.
Swedish telecommunications equipment giant Ericsson has acquired US wireless network vendor Cradlepoint in a deal valued at US$1.1 billion (A$1.52 billion)
Payment provider Mastercard has begun technical preparations for global expansion of the Click to Play online checkout, along with American Express, Discover and Visa.
Australian SD-WAN provider Fusion Broadband opened an office in the UK as the start of its renewed push into the UK and European markets.
New Zealand-based appliance retailer Fisher & Paykel has teamed up with digital commerce consultancy Tryzens to launch its new online platform in the UK market and to service its global market customers.
The prosecutor pursuing the alleged rape investigation against Julian Assange in Sweden says that it will now be halted after re-interviewing a key witness.
Australian BPO services and offshore contact centre operator Acquire has moved to diversify and expand its range of business processing services with the finalisation today of the acquisition of Philippine-based BPO Shore Solutions.
Medium to large businesses in Australia have a high awareness of DevOps practices, and are gaining benefits from adopting the approach.
The project management profession is experiencing continued growth and high median salaries, including in Australia, according to the recently released 2013 Project Management Salary Survey from the Project Management Institute (PMI) which also reports signs of improvement in various economies around the world.
Allocate Software plans to boost its Australian development team. The company's workforce optimisation and compliance software is used by the Australian Defence Force and NSW Health, among others.
There are a growing number of ways of dealing with those pesky online stores that won't ship to addresses outside the US or the UK. The latest is PreZoom.
For a long time geothermal energy has been dismissed as an oddity. Soon, it will be very much mainstream.
Intel is looking for a bigger share of the smartphone market, announcing deals with Orange, Lava, and ZTE, as well as new chips for smartphones.
A collective sigh of relief might be called for - it seems customer support agents are increasingly being rated on their ability to satisfy us, rather than completing the calls as quickly as possible.
It would seem that when the rules of copyright are rigorously applied, common sense goes out the window.
Free live streaming from the Australian Open is being delivered by Ooyala - but not to Aussies, Kiwis, Poms... (the list goes on).
The recently promoted cyber puzzle has been solved by many people; now we have a full video of all the steps.
Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange has been granted the right of appeal to the Supreme Court of the UK against his impending extradition to Sweden. Of the two grounds cited in the request for leave to appeal, one was accepted for further consideration, the other rejected.
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