The Australian Computer Society fired its then-CEO Kim Denham on 22 May 2009, ending her tenure in a role she had thought would last for three years and thereby, she claimed in court documents recently filed, putting her out of pocket.
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Security giant Symantec has refused to detail how its global plans to slim down its workforce will affect its Australian operation.
Students, engineers and staff at the University of Washington (UW) will find out first hand what it means to be tracked by RFID in what UW researchers call "the next step in social networking".
Ericsson Australia and New Zealand has announced today that it intends to slash the number of its contractors in half and reduce its permanent workforce by around 100 over the next six months.
The software giant has fought back against Software Freedom Law Center's claims that the Open Specification Promise is not as open as it should be.
The Australian office of IT services firm Logica has recently suffered a number of redundancies.
As the company nears completion of a major three-year IT transformation, a senior vice president explains why the slowdown in research and development was a necessary consequence.
February's 7.1 percent slump in IT Internet Job advertisements doesn't mean the skills crisis will soon be a bad memory.
Australia won't escape the Lenovo job cuts announced today, according to a spokesperson for the computer manufacturer.
Lenovo has announced a "redeployment plan" which will see the company shed around 2,500 staff, or 11 per cent of its global workforce.