Liam Tung

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Liam Tung is an Australian business technology journalist living a few too many Swedish miles north of Stockholm for his liking. He gained a bachelor's degree in economics and arts (cultural studies) at Sydney's Macquarie University but hacked (without Norse or malicious code for that matter) his way into a career as an enterprise tech, security, and telecommunications journalist with ZDNet Australia. These days Liam is a full-time freelance technology journalist who writes for several Australian publications, including the Sydney Morning Herald online. He's interested primarily in how information technology impacts the way businesses and people communicate, trade, and consume.

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Infosys Australia head quits

Infosys Australia head quits

The Australian arm of Infosys has seen a leadership change, with Gary Ebeyan handing over the local reins of the Indian outsourcing giant to ex-IBM business process specialist, Jacqueline Korhonen.

November 16, 2008 by in IBM

IBM's NZ MD heads to China

IBM's NZ MD heads to China

IBM New Zealand country manager Katrina Troughton is moving to Shanghai after taking up a role as director of IBM's WebSphere division.

January 22, 2009 by in IBM

Fujitsu backs Rudd's stimulus package

Fujitsu backs Rudd's stimulus package

Fujitsu Australia's chief Rod Vawdrey last week backed Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's $42 billion stimulus package, saying the intended consumer-led recovery was the best way forward.

February 12, 2009 by in IBM

TCS Australia chops 15 staff

TCS Australia chops 15 staff

Citing a slow down in financial services, IT outsourcing firm Tata Consultancy Services has chopped 15 SAP specialists from its Australian financial services division.

September 2, 2008 by in IBM

2007: How was it for outsourcing?

2007: How was it for outsourcing?

Government continues to shun colossal outsourcing contracts in favour of selective sourcing, while businesses display growing confidence in software-as-a-service -- however sustained skills shortages have plagued deployments, sparking interest in offshore options.

December 27, 2007 by in IBM