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Hearings over Deloitte's role in major IT disasters offer a fascinating glimpse inside the big money world of politics and technology.
CIO of Rio 2016 presents key numbers of the IT operation supporting the Games
Two more parts of Software AG's platform-as-a-service suite are now available, along with the latest, scalable version of its webMethods integration software.
The eye-watering bill is as much as the New Zealand government invested in its nationwide Ultra-Fast Broadband network rollout.
Organizations looking to automate their business processes should first attempt to reduce and simplify these processes, so the overall cost of automation can be lower.
Time was sacrificed to preserve budget and scope as signs of a blowout emerged, according to the project manager.
Large organizations tend to select vendors based solely on the lowest price, while small firms tend to nominate vendors that are their friends. But we should decide based on the vendor most appropriate for the job at the time.
America's largest bank will spend US$4 billion and hire 5,000 employees to resolve compliance and risk issues, following several probes by U.S. regulators.
Indian CIOs, who do not report to CEOs, are expected to report directly to the them within the next year or two. This expectation is reflected in current hiring practices in India, according to Forrester study.
Forget fibre to the premises vs. fibre to the node; the growing range of problems with Australia's National Broadband Network (NBN) confirms the biggest battle awaiting the presumptive Coalition government will be bringing contractors in line.
UXC has picked up another package of work as the systems integrator for Queensland Rail's enterprise resource planning systems.
With job applicants increasing and attrition slumping, things are looking up at Yahoo, the company's chief executive said today.
Earl invented mass-produced car styling and annual new product unveiling cycles at General Motors during its glory years — and there are many parallels to Apple's recent run.
With Microsoft’s cut-off date for support for Windows XP exactly 12 months away, the options are narrowing for the many organisations that have yet to carry out an OS upgrade.
Windows XP still accounts for more than four out of 10 UK desktop infrastructures, even though supports ends in 2014. Low-cost carrier easyJet is one organisation that has already made the move away.