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.
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Recently appointed local EDS head David Caspari says the 7.5 per cent staff cut goal was "by and large done" for its Australian and New Zealand operations.
Several management consultancies are believed to have been shortlisted for the $53 million nine-month National Broadband Network (NBN) implementation study.
IBM New Zealand country manager Katrina Troughton is moving to Shanghai after taking up a role as director of IBM's WebSphere division.
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.
DARPA's VAPR project could allow it to blanket vast areas with monitoring sensors without risking the equipment falling into enemy hands.
Technology giant IBM has taken independent security researchers to task for their role in making information about unpublished computer attacks available in an undisciplined manner.
One large Australian organisation and a local computer security advisor have played down the importance of a security flaw in the global Domain Name System (DNS) that has led to panic in some security circles around the globe.
The Australian Tax Office has laid out the requirements for its centralised computing contract, worth AU$160 million per year.
An IBM X-Force security researcher has promised to exploit massive holes in Windows Vista's defences at the upcoming Black Hat security conference in Las Vegas.