A class action suit accusing four Silicon Valley heavyweights of conspiring to suppress tech workers' wages may come to a close following a new settlement offer.
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A survey of the best places to work in Scandinavia has found Microsoft topping the list more than once, with fellow tech companies both large and small not far behind.
Fujitsu has made its second Australian acquisition in two months, buying Australian SAP consultancy, Supply Chain Consulting.
The NSW Department of Education and Training has picked Microsoft Windows XP and Office software and Lenovo hardware to run on its impending roll-out of 200,000 student netbooks funded through Kevin Rudd's Digital Education Revolution, leaving the Linux alternative out in the cold.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia subsidiary Bankwest today confirmed it would cut at least "a handful" of IT staff as part of a wider cull that has also seen the bank refrain from hiring an additional 50 IT contractors over the past few months.
Other jurisdictions besides New South Wales are proposing legislation to allow police to quietly hack into suspects' computers remotely, an Australian cybercrime analyst says.
Microsoft and PBL's online joint operation ninemsn has lost its chief operating officer Nick Spooner after the company reportedly decided to shed the role completely.
Aussie IT services firm SMS Technology and Management today revealed it had shed 167 staff between June 2008 and the end of the calendar year.
National Australia Bank has dismissed as "incorrect" rumours that technology services giant Accenture was making a pitch to replace disgraced Indian competitor Satyam in the bank's operations.
IT services giant Dimension Data has confirmed it retrenched 33 staff yesterday.