A Fujitsu research report has highlighted that while Australian industries are using IT to achieve improved emissions management, they've stalled in the last two years and have therefore missed out on financial benefits.
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Japanese vendor picks up multi-year IT services contract.
Unite has ended its long-running industrial dispute with Fujitsu, which centred on pensions, pay, overtime and other issues at the IT services provider.On Friday, the union signed a new agreement that raises pay and provides an 'escalation' method for employees wishing to express concerns to upper management.
Telstra, Fujitsu and Transact have been appointed to the Australian Government Information Management Office's whole-of-government telecommunications internet-based network connections services panel.
Which industry stands to gain the most from energy efficiency, power management, and other green IT strategies?According to research funded by technology giant Fujitsu, the answer is financial services -- which consume enormous amounts of computing power with their various mission-critical transactions and applications that demand real-time processing and response.
Fujitsu has notched up another win for its growing cloud computing platform, signing a deal with Toyota which will see it move its TUNE Dealership Management System used by dealerships across Australia onto the Japanese IT services giant's systems.
Fujitsu plans to bring Azure capabilities into its Stevenage datacentre next year and to start offering migration services for Microsoft's cloud platform
The hardware vendors have both launched stripped-down devices that use PC-over-IP technology to communicate
Fujitsu today announced an 18-month deal with WA's largest electricity provider Verve energy to design and implement an energy trading management system.
Fujitsu Australia chief executive Rod Vawdrey today said the acquisition of Telstra's Kaz Group would not result in redundancies, however, the fate of senior management is yet to be decided.
Company commits £120m to transformation project
Progress said that Actional 7.1 will integrate with Lombardi TeamWorks, and the company plans to provide native support for other business-process management (BPM) solutions, including offerings from Software AG and Fujitsu. Actional also includes a software development kit (SDK) that allows third parties to add support for other BPM and SOA infrastructure products.
The nation's peak research body will spend between AU$12 million and AU$15 million annually over the next three years on key building blocks of ICT infrastructure, chief information officer Rozanne Frost said in an interview.
After a two-day strike fails to get a response from management, staff at Fujitsu Services' Manchester outsourcing division begin a week of disruption
Aligning IT and business can be less of a headache, if only senior executives paid attention to managing value within the enterprise.
RailCorp NSW has decided to outsource components of its information and communications technology operations to vendor Fujitsu, officials said late this afternoon.In a statement issued to ZDNet Australia, RailCorp said Fujitsu will assume responsibility for desktop support, service desk, server management and data centre operations from January 2007.
update The campaign to win a large chunk of Sydney Water's IT spend over the next three years is hotting up, with a large number of local suppliers showing interest. In early July, the company called for a single IT supplier to provide products and services to support its extensive leased IT fleet, which according to tender documents includes at least 4,000 PCs and notebooks, 512 printers and 284 servers.
Western Australia's Department of Health has renewed its information management contract with a Fujitsu Australia-led consortium for five years under a deal worth AU$75 million.Under the renewal, Fujitsu is prime-contracting to deliver an applications and infrastructure overhaul at the Department following the recommendations of a state Health Reform Committee last year.
Fujitsu (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd is going to focus on the Malaysian customer relationship management (CRM) market for the next two years, according to its director of sales.
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