The renewal of a $36 million ICT services contract between the South Australian government and Dimension Data last week, that saw the value of the deal drop by $4 million but with an increased scope, is a sign of things to come, according to the state’s CIO.
Stories by Trevor Clarke
The Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) is trekking down the open source path, putting out a tender for a content management system (CMS) to integrate with a planned new website.
Former CEO of the Australian Computer Society (ACS), Kim Denham, is suing the industry representative body for misleading or deceptive conduct.
A 27-year-old Australian software developer has been head-hunted by Microsoft to work on the software giant’s Visual Studio Team System (VSTS) at its headquarters in Redmond, Washington in the US.
The company set up by the Australian, State and Territory governments in 2005 to lead the transition to greater use of e-health in Australia, the National E-Health Transition Authority (NEHTA), has released its Strategic Plan to 2012.
Sydney-based logistics and freight software company CargoWise edi started in 1994 with a focus on software for supply chain service providers, including freight forwarding, customs brokerage, and fleet management. Its software is exported globally and customers have included Woolworths, Coles Myer, DHL, UPS, TNT, Mainfreight, and Toll. CEO Richard White spoke to Computerworld Australia editor, Trevor Clarke, about the challenges and opportunities of expanding overseas
The inaugural Australian Web Week kicks off tomorrow with an exhibition starring the Australian designer of Twitter’s Fail Whale.
The man at the helm of the company set up to rollout the Federal Government’s ambitious National Broadband Network (NBN), Mike Quigley, is due to face the Senate Select Committee on the National Broadband Network.
Arguably the most highly sought after certification in the networking world over the past few years has been the Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE).
The Australian arm of global banking giant, Lloyds International, is planning to migrate up to 400 staff to the iPhone after conducting a successful pilot.
The public spaces digitised and connected to the proposed National Broadband Network NBN will rise in social prominence above those that remain analogue, according to a Melbourne University academic.
Melbourne, Sydney and Wollongong could play host to new world-class data centres as part of investment plans by a joint venture group that includes the company behind the Polaris facility in Queensland.
Asia-Pacific organisations are increasingly turning to open source software to help them cut costs, according to research undertaken by IDC.
Five data centre providers have been chosen to service Federal Government agencies while they develop whole-of-government strategies as part of the Gershon Review.
The success of the Google Search Appliance business is dependent on the open source developers and independent software vendors (ISVs) community, according to its head.