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CTAS - Official Version - English & French

This is the official application of the Canadian Triage and Acuity Scale (CTAS) as authored by the Canadian Association of Emergency...

October 9, 2008 by

HP/EDS preps for Aussie restructure

Hewlett-Packard and EDS are expected to shortly detailwhich executives will lead their now combined Australian operationfollowing HP's $13.9 billion acquisition of the Texan IToutsourcing giant over the past several months.

August 26, 2013 By Diego Bianchi

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FeedTurtle is a a multifunctional RSS reader that allows you to manage all your RSS feed and your television shows in a very simple...

October 9, 2008 by

HP unticks an Emerson box

Hewlett-Packard has notified the nation's financial regulator that EDS Australia managing director Neil Emerson and several of his colleagues are no longer — on paper — technically leading the IT outsourcer's local operations.

August 31, 2008 by

ATO picks mainframe shortlist

The Australian Taxation Office has selected a shortlist of suppliers who will bid for the last and largest of its three outsourcingcontracts, a high-end computing deal believed to be worth a total of $800 million over five years.

July 14, 2008 by

EDS cuts AU$25m Defence-supplier deal

EDS has won a five-year, AU$25 million IT outsourcing deal with recruitment firm Chandler Macleod to provide back-end processing services that will support its Defence recruitment drive in the coming years.

February 8, 2007 by

ICT contracts on Customs' mind

The Australian Customs Service is currently deliberating on a number of key contracts as it decides the direction of its ICT spend in the next few years. The agency has recently renewed a deal with Telstra for some telecomms services, but is still deciding on vendors for technology and services in the areas of document and ID management, other telecommunications, application maintenance and server and storage support.

November 29, 2006 by

CBA insources identity controls from EDS

The Commonwealth Bank (CBA) is rolling out new identity and access management controls for staff after it insourced some technology operations from outsourcer EDS. The bank is provisioning user access to dozens of systems via IBM's Tivoli identity and access management software.

September 21, 2005 by

New Holden HQ has VoIP under the bonnet

Holden has turned to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) as the centrepiece of a technology-driven upgrade designed to boost employee productivity. The VoIP implementation is based on a Cisco solution implemented by vendor partners Optus and IBM subsidiary Cerulean.

July 17, 2005 by

Senior Commbank IT manager heads to EDS

The Commonwealth Bank of Australia manager responsible for technology sourcing strategy has defected to the institution's outsourcing partner, Electronic Data Systems, to take up a key business development position.Jim Stabback -- who had held the post of executive general manager of service development with technology services at the CBA -- is to head EDS' business process outsourcing unit.

March 23, 2005 by

EDS: Linux 'strategically important'

Outsourcing specialist EDS said it was "proactively engineering" Linux into its product portfolio, backtracking on previous statements that the open-source software was insecure and unscalable. EDS' management in the United States moved to clarify its position on Linux in a statement issued to ZDNet Australia  today after Robb Rasmussen, the vice-president responsible for alliances, unleashed a storm last week by denigrating the open-source platform's readiness for large enterprises.

October 27, 2004 by

Are users really to blame for poor security?

In two recent stories about authentication and security, much hoopla was made about the lack of password security. In Dan Farber's blog about a 2004 Identity Management Survey, EDS and IAPP concluded it was really the humans that were at fault for the lack of cybersecurity.

October 27, 2004 by

Consumers, not technology, biggest cybersecurity problem

The 2004 Identity Management Survey, commissioned by EDS and the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), found that consumers, rather than technology, are the source of many cybersecurity problems.Among the findings: 70 percent of consumers will share information, such as their name, address, postal code, phone number, account number or give the answer to a security question to an unsolicited call or email.

August 22, 2004 by

Customs confirms deal renewal with EDS

The Australian Customs Service has renewed its IT outsourcing agreement with business and technology solutions provider EDS, extending it for the second time in a AU$193 million contract.The 27-month extension until June 30, 2007, covers the delivery of IT infrastructure and applications management services.

March 18, 2003 by

Former EDS executive joins Lucent

Lucent Technologies on Monday said it has tapped a former Electronic Data Systems executive to become president of its worldwide services group. Lucent said John Meyer, formerly president of information technology management services at IT services giant EDS, would begin his new job April 1.

July 1, 2002 by

EDS extends contracts worth $445 million

Electronic Data Systems said Friday it has signed $445 million in new business by extending IT outsourcing contracts with three customers. Under a contract with the State of Arkansas, EDS will help the state bring its Medicaid management information system into compliance with federal medical privacy laws. The company extended a contract with BellSouth Technology Group that it signed in 1997 and renewed for three years a contract with Main Street Direct, a direct marketing company. IT outsourcing, a lucrative and growing market in the largely dismal technology industry, often involves the outsourcing of large corporate data centers, IT help desks and application development to a third party service company, such as EDS or IBM. Companies purport to save millions of dollars by handing off IT functions to companies that specialize in such tasks. --Alorie Gilbert, Special to ZDNet News

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