The NBN Co has decided to outsource a large chunk of its human resources function to Accenture, under a $23 million five-year business process outsourcing deal.
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Oracle today heralded Melbourne Health as the first Australian customer for its 11g database, which is still a beta test version.
The City of Melbourne (CoM) will ditch its Oracle management systems in favour of local vendor TechnologyOne under a deal worth $3 million.
The National Australia Bank will approach the overhaul of its core banking systems cautiously over the next year, spending just $30 million on the Oracle-based first stage of the project, the bank's chief information officer Michelle Tredenick said today.
Oracle Java Cloud Service apps face additional risks after a researcher publishes new vulnerabilities and how to attack them.
The Australian government's approach to information management has previously often been "grandiose" and overly simplistic, according to Oracle's Australian division, which today mainly backed comments by finance minister Lindsay Tanner that the government needed to adopt Web 2.0-style tools.
The Australian Consumer and Competition Commission (ACCC) today commenced monitoring Oracle's proposed US$7.4 billion acquisition of Sun Microsystems.
Retail distributor Metcash, owner of IGA distribution and IGA Fresh, this week revealed it had migrated to Oracle's Database 11g from 10.2g earlier this year.
A security researcher gives Oracle two weeks to change its mind that an issue he reported is not a security flaw, or else he'll let the public be the judge.
Microsoft claims that Australia will benefit from "greater choice" if local standards bodies vote this week to accept the Office Open XML format as an ISO standard.