HP has a lot of work to do to turn its results around, while hackers don't have to do much to turn power plants around.
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Oki Data is looking to at least double its market share for page printers in Australia this year, according to the company's president.
Curtin University is looking to slash the 50 million sheets it prints each year by signing up with Fuji Xerox in a five-year, multimillion-dollar managed printing deal.
Veteran managing director of CSG, Denis Mackenzie, is stepping down to take a smaller role in the company.
Trials will begin next year on a smart chip, which, when implanted in the spinal cord, can measure and stop pain signals from travelling to the brain.
The Department of Defence has selected suppliers for a panel to provide federal government agencies with their urgent computing equipment needs until whole-of-government contracts are put into place.
As part of move to refresh servers, the Catholic Education Network in Australia will partner Dimension Data to install Cisco System's blade systems.
The Australian Federal Police has said that it doesn't intend to take any action against the Melbourne man whose home was the subject of a raid televised on Four Corners earlier this year.
EDS (now known as HP Enterprise Services) and Fujitsu-owned Kaz Group have been taken out of the running for the Australian Taxation Office's $60 million a year end-user computing deal.
Integral Energy has been infected by a virus which affected executable Windows files across its fleet of desktops but the company says the power grid is safe.