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Australian telco Vodafone has paired up with the music-streaming giant to offer 'greater access' to the Spotify Premium service.
NEC Australia is heading back towards profitability, after reporting two annual losses since taking on CSG Technology Solutions for AU$227 million in 2012, according to NEC Australia managing director Tetsuro Akagi.
The latest Snowden leaks suggest the NSA has access to well-placed staff whose mission is to infiltrate companies to gather secret and sensitive corporate data.
Satya Nadella has backtracked from comments he made to the Grace Hopper conference that women who are not comfortable asking for pay raises should trust in karma.
Following a similar move by Hewlett-Packard this week, Symantec confirmed on Thursday that it will indeed split into two companies.
Australian data security provider Cocoon Data expects to list publicly on the ASX by October 30, following an oversubscribed share offering and the satisfaction of bid acceptance conditions for its target company Prime Minerals.
Bank of Queensland has again chosen HP to take care of its IT services, inking a five-year contract that the bank expects will underpin its strategic transformation agenda.
AMD shareholders appear to be a bit unnerved by the news as shares tumbled in after-hours trading.
There was also a shuffle on the leaderboard with Apple moving up into the top five vendors worldwide.
UPDATED: As promised during its most recent earnings call, Cisco is moving forward with a major internal reorganization.
Mentors will be tapped to advise women in skilled technical roles, such as engineering, product management, operations, design, and web development.
Australian-listed information technology consulting firm UXC has taken on former Service Stream IT executive Craig Wishart as its new group CIO and CTO.
The computer giant will continue as an enterprise supplier while a second company will contain the PC and printer businesses.
Home product designers suggest we've been witnessing a 'domestication of the office' over the last five years in which the workplace/home boundaries have been blurred.
Size matters more than innovation in most markets. Is it still possible to build large companies on the merits of their innovative ideas?