The controversial sacking of a bio-IT worker by St Vincent's Hospital in Melbourne has forced the hospital to deny it has any current plans to outsource bioinformatics activity.
Stories by Pete Young
The first alliance of Australian bioinformatics groups to be created with a commercial focus has sprung up in Queensland.
Listed company BioProspect has signed a pact with a second major drug developer interested in testing its library of compounds extracted from Australian plants.
The Queensland Government is patting itself on the back for orchestrating lower broadband telecommunication costs and cutting public sector software procurement costs.
TAB Ltd was forced into damage control mode last weekend when a Telstra failure blocked 52,000 online punters from accessing their normal betting sites.
Corporate Australia is going through one of its periodic re-balancing acts between contract and permanent IT staff.
Corporate Australia is going through one of its periodic re-balancing acts between contract and permanent IT staff. Both groups have been under pressure in a complicated scenario, which has seen contract rates dip and permanent staff numbers tighten.
Life is easier for Nik Vorgic thanks to the aggressive interest his CEO and CFO take in information technology.
Enquiries triggered by the new Privacy Act helped overload an award-winning customer call centre run by electricity and gas retailer Energex.
Cutting costs forms a far more common justification for investing in Internet infrastructure than generating extra revenues, but not always. Financial services company BPay and industrial tools company Collins Industrial Distributors have cash-generating Web projects.
Australia's sadly depleted stocks of intellectual property are being replenished as a knock-on effect of the tech wreck.
The capture of an $800,000 contract by a software company immediately after it was rejected for a Federal Government R&D Start grant appears to expose flaws in the grant process.
Australia's sadly-depleted stocks of intellectual property are being replenished as a knock-on effect of the tech wreck.
Badtrans virus will probably tack another point or two on MessageLab's already-impressive growth rate.
Racing broadcaster Sky Channel has been weaned off satellite links and onto a fibre optic network to deliver live telecasts of Australian horse races to US punters.