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Our third installment in our series is about Rocketdyne, the company which built and designed the mighty rocket engines for the Saturn V.
After 33 years in the industry, Andrew Stevens has called it quits, and is retiring from his position as the current IBM Australia and New Zealand managing director.
In three years time, IT departments are expected to take on a more consultant focused role and therefore IT spending is expected to shift to other lines of the business, according to CA Technologies.
Oracle has been ordered to pay AU$130,000 in damages to former employee, Rebecca Richardson, which will be enough to cover her legal costs.
Adobe has appointed Chris Skelton — who has been leading the company's Digital Media business across Australia, New Zealand, Southeast Asia, and Korea — as its new managing director of Australia and New Zealand.
Following an extended eight-month stint as the acting CEO, iiNet's David Buckingham has officially been appointed as the full-time CEO replacing founder Michael Malone.
Close to seven months after the departure of long-time CTO John Lindsay, iiNet has appointed former Maxis COO Mark Dioguardi as his replacement.
LinkedIn suggests its latest mobile app could almost serve as a digital coffee shop (or at least a watercooler).
Political instability in the region appears to be inspiring Ukraine's techies to seek pastures new.
Domino's Pizza has launched Pizza Mogul as the next phase of its digital businesses, which it has been working on for the last nine years.
Approximately $36M worth of products have been stolen from a São Paulo factory.
With enterprises scrambling for the right combinations of tech and business skills, age may be less of a factor in IT hiring prospects.
But the increase in pay did not meet original expectations
Korean handset manufacturer's annual sustainability report says 59 of its suppliers in China failed to ensure proper work conditions and provide adequate safety equipment at their plants.
Survey finds CEOs are getting more intimately involved in enterprise decisions, potentially usurping CIO and other traditional IT leaders' roles.