The IT and telecommunications sectors have reported one of the most solid quarterly increases in employer confidence, according to the latest statistics from recruitment firm, Hudson.
Stories by Kathryn Edwards
A key Linux kernel contributor has admitted the developer community can be intimidating and hard to break into.
Microsoft co-founder and chairman, Bill Gates, has delved into the Twittersphere and is being welcomed with open arms by celebrity Twitter veterans such as Ashton Kutcher and Ryan Seacrest. His verified account already has tens of thousands of followers and is growing by the minute.
The Rudd Government needs to boost its leadership and learn from other countries implementing e-health strategies, according to a leading healthcare industry CIO.
The number of travellers using the ePassport SmartGate technology to pass through immigration upon arrival at airports across Australia passed the one million mark earlier this month.
Olivier Job Index reports IT jobs ads on par with national average
Research firm, IDC, has released its predictions for the Australian IT services market, predicting a growth in outsourcing projects in line with the rise of cloud computing.
NBN Co, the company in charge of the Federal Government’s $43 billion National Broadband Network, has announced it received many “high-quality” responses to its request for capability statements for the supply of infrastructure.
Oracle's Australian representatives are staying mum over the impact attempts to acquire Sun Microsystems are having on its operations down under.
Computerworld talks to the AIIA's John Grant and Ian Birks on CIOs' opportunities for growth, challenges the organisation faces to remain relevant and the government's proposed ISP-level Internet content filtering
Shadow communications minister Tony Smith’s new policies for the next Federal election are unlikely to be outlined by Opposition Leader Tony Abbott in a planned speech this week, according to a spokesperson for the shadow minister.
At the three-day Asia Pacific Digital Innovation Summit (APDIS) in December, an annual trade event which brought together 780 delegates from 21 countries, <i>Computerworld</i> caught up with AIIA chairman John Grant and CEO Ian Birks for a rare joint interview. The pair spoke candidly about the challenges the Australian ICT industry faces this coming decade and the importance of accelerating NBN progress.
Google is back in the race to provide email services to educational institutions across the country with NSW-based Macquarie University announcing it will begin rolling out Gmail accounts to its 6000 research, teaching and administrative staff.
Employees and job seekers have been urged to think twice before demanding higher salaries in 2010, despite a recovery in the IT job market.
Netizens will be urged to make their opposition to the Federal Government’s controversial Internet content filtering scheme heard in the offline community, under a new campaign planned by an Internet lobby group.