Can being environmentally responsible really be a cost-saving measure? Advocates often say that it can be, yet many businesses have failed to embrace it despite increasing power prices.
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The resignation of SAGE-AU executive officer Burke Scheld means that the organisation will no longer hold its annual conference in October.
Australia's court case deciding whether Samsung devices infringe on Apple's patents won't be overshadowed by the recently concluded US case, according to lawyers.
We're still getting over the Apple-Samsung verdict, but the show must go on, with VMware getting into the full swing of VMworld.
National Australia Bank has taken a big step in its transformation, moving customers from its online UBank onto its new banking system.
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Salmat has offloaded its BPO business to Fujifilm, because the price and time were right.
Optus has jumped on the payments innovation bandwagon, allowing its customers to pay by having charges put on their mobile phone bill.
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Should vendors be responsible for the harm that vulnerabilities in their software cause?