Articles about IT Employment
Telstra will axe 64 jobs in Ballarat as part of 78 positions to go across the country in April.
The NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption will commence a public inquiry later this month as part of an investigation into former university IT manager Brett Roberts.
Union campaign secures a 7.8 percent salary boost and a share of employer's profits
The Internet of Things may mean a bigger workload for infosec practitioners, but 2015's real challenges will be the rapidly changing political landscape and the shortage of skilled professionals.
Enterprises are shifting towards managed services because they are unable to fill the skills they need within their IT security team.
A report released today from research firm Forrester suggests that most firms that have not already hired a CDO are not planning to do so in the near future.
New research by the Australian Department of Employment has shown that the domestic information technology market is a long way from experiencing a skills shortage, with an average of almost 50 applicants per advertised job in the sector.
Ingogo has made two new appointments to its team in preparation for its plans to list on the ASX, expand to new cities, and launch new products.
The Linux Foundation is offering a new self-paced class to help you get ready for the Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator exam.
Techies want increase in pay and meal allowances, plus a larger slice of employer's profits
Apple, Google, Intel, and Adobe have agreed to a $415 million settlement, following class action against the companies accused of hindering the mobility and salaries of their employees.
A class action suit accusing four Silicon Valley heavyweights of conspiring to suppress tech workers' wages may come to a close following a new settlement offer.
European staff now account for a quarter of Amazon's employees.
Redmond's latest salary survey shows employers paying 25 percent more and up for Azure and big data work.
Following the retirement of Andrew Stevens last year, IBM has announced that Kerry Purcell will be the company's new managing director of Australia and New Zealand.
The global job market is in a precarious position. Increasing numbers of people compete against each other for vacancies, from the CEOs recently made redundant to the unemployed undergraduate. The current unemployment statistics are worrying - but it has inspired some new and creative ways to grab an employer's attention.
Making PCs is a tough business, with low profit margins and cutthroat competition. To squeeze a few extra bucks out of every PC they sell, some OEMs cut deals to preinstall trial versions of software. On top of that, some OEMs feel compelled to “add value” to their hardware by bundling software programs and utilities that duplicate functions already available in Windows. This gallery documents the frustration I found after unboxing three new consumer notebooks.
Jawbone makes some of the best Bluetooth headsets and speaker so it wasn't much of a surprise that their new health device, the UP, is also built very well. Can the UP help you improve your health through activity tracking and team motivation?
ZDNet Asia picks out top apps across four mobile platforms--iOS, Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone--to put some organization into your life.
ZDNet Asia picks out top apps across four mobile platforms--iOS, Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone--to help today's workers be more efficient at work.
It's that time of year when the rain and wind impact our outside activities. The Apple iPad has thousands of applications and many are available for those of us working and playing in the outside environment. For coaches like myself, we need some kind of case to protect our devices while also allowing us to manage our teams in practice and games. I took a look at three different rugged iPad 2 cases and have selected a case that fits my needs.
It's taken 18 months from go to woe, but the Commonwealth Bank has begun moving over 300 staff per week into its lavish new tech-filled offices on the Sydney Harbour foreshore. ZDNet Australia was invited to tour the offices with the bank's chief information officer, Michael Harte.
Although the economy is still shaky, that's no reason for being paid less than you're worth.
Apple's "Design and Health" kit contents: Weighted mugs, lenticular mouse pads, post-it notes, and more!
Apple's internal "design and health" guide for their designers (click images to enlarge).
If you've reached the end of your tether in IT, you can still find a satisfying outlet for your talents in an alternative career. Here are some suggestions...
I keep running into a sleazy trick that some software vendors play, and I’ve finally reached the breaking point. Software companies large and small try to make a quick buck by tricking their customers into installing software they don’t need. I’m experienced enough to bypass this stuff most of the time, but many of my friends and family members aren’t. And guess who gets the call when some add-on or toolbar has slowed their system to a crawl?I call it foistware, and I’ve decided it’s time to name and shame the worst purveyors of this plague.
The Royal Australian Navy has today pulled the covers off an advanced virtual-reality training simulator to train junior officers in combat.
A blast from the 1991 past: A look at 10 technologies - hardware and software - which have, and could last another 20 years.
At Microsoft's technology centre in Reading, customers can discuss their IT needs, sample products and develop technology in partnership with the company
At a Churchill Club event in San Jose, Calif., former PARC engineer Larry Tesler talks about Steve Jobs' trips to Xerox's PARC, including the one where Jobs eyed the company's graphical user interface prototype, which ended up making it into the Mac OS. Tesler decided to leave Xerox soon after and started working at Apple.
At the Churchill Club in Mountain View, Calif., technology executives from Microsoft, Facebook, SAP, and Juniper Networks discuss the barriers women face landing a job in the technology industry and offer recommendations for increasing the number of women working in the field.
Governments worldwide are investing in cyber armies and intelligence to counter growing online threats.
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