St George is currently considering the fate of a number of its IT employees, conducting a review on whether it should transfer them to service provider IBM.
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Geraldton, in Western Australia, has been selected as a smart city by IBM, becoming one of 33 cities globally to receive a grant this year from the technology giant.
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has won a victory in court over a $55 million IBM tax bill that the company had disputed in the Federal Court.
Townsville has been selected as one of 24 cities worldwide to receive a grant from IBM worth around US$400,000 to help implement technologies to make its city smarter.
A change in workforce demographic has forced Tupperware to consider using mobile technology for its popular storage parties.
Queensland Health Minister Paul Lucas has said his department is working on ways to avoid staff pay bungles after introducing a new payroll system, including cash advances.
Melbourne IT said today that it had selected the suppliers for its $18 million integrated services system revamp.
The Australian Open turns Melbourne Park into a small city each year, with the underlying information technology having to be scaled up to meet the demands of organising hundreds of matches.
CSC Australia and Lockheed Martin have pulled themselves out of the running for the Australian Taxation Office's centralised computing contract.
IBM has won a deal with Western Australian energy provider Western Power as a systems integration and project management partner for a smart meter pilot.