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Optus has confirmed it will cut around 290 jobs as part of a restructure initially flagged last month.
Telecom NZ has slashed 120 Australian jobs at its ICT services unit, Gen-i Australia, as the division refocuses on large customers.
Telstra has confirmed it will cut nearly 650 jobs from its Sensis business around Australia.
Optus has confirmed it will be making further redundancies this year, following jobs cuts totally nearly 1000 jobs in the 12 months to 31 December, 2012.
Optus has shed 305 staff over the three months to 31 December, 2012, SingTel announced today.
740 Salmat call centre employees will lose their jobs after the company lost a hefty contract with Telstra this week.
Well regarded Sydney-based IT industry analyst, Phil Hassey, has announced being made redundant as vice president of Springboard Research on Twitter and other social networking portals.
Bankwest has announced that a “handful” of IT staff and more than 50 IT contractors will be made redundant as the bank deals with the global economic crisis.
Qantas has axed the CIO role amid a corporate restructure announced earlier this month.
Some 14,000 local IBM staff are safe from a reported 4000 job cuts sweeping across the company's US operations.
IBM is planning to cut "a large number" of U.S. jobs in its Global Business Services division, with many positions being switched over to workers in India, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday, citing anonymous sources.
The talent pool of senior data center pros is shrinking faster than anticipated as budget cuts have forced businesses to close their doors and shed older workers, the ones with the most knowledge and experience, according to the AFCOM Data Center Institute (DCI).
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