Landmark legislation to prevent employers from spying on employees will come into force in New South Wales at the beginning of October.
Stories by Siobhan McBride
Australia's largest banks and telecomms carriers are embarking on innovative career programmes in a bid to attract the best and brightest graduates.
Online consumer transaction service PayPal has launched a localised Australian Web site and service in a bid to bolster its fortunes in the Asia-Pacific region.
IDC report says business priorities are changing
"Sensationalism and media hype"
Australia's largest fresh produce wholesaler, the Moraitis Group, is about to embark on a $A3 million ERP software implementation.
There has been a mixed response to Microsoft's foray into the CRM market with users frustrated by a slower-than-expected development path.
Australian organizations are showing extreme diversity when it comes to IT governance, with less than 50 percent of non-government enterprises currently using a consistent method for assessing IT risk.
The Australian Computer Society (ACS) called on the Australian federal government yesterday to protect local ICT jobs against offshoring when it released a policy framework that includes re-skilling displaced workers.
Software sales reps still manage to make the simplest errors and offend potential customers in the process.
Innovative technology could be your worst enemy. Ironically, the biggest threat to IT jobs isn't offshore outsourcing, tight budgets, hiring freezes or project failures, but new technology.
With business software piracy costing Australia more than $A220 million ($US150 million) each year in lost sales, end users are being urged to be more careful about their licensing requirements and undertake closer asset management.
CIOs are really feeling the heat, suffering workload stress and increasing pressure to deliver ROI.
While analysts claim antispam solutions are still a relatively immature technology, IT managers say they have to buy them, because the escalating problem is impossible to ignore.
In a bid to drive down internet infrastructure costs and improve download speed, the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) is implementing a solution to provide 700GB of hard disk storage space across four campuses.