Most professionals working in IT have, at some stage, been "PowerPointed" to death. But according to a new survey released yesterday, even those giving the presentations resent the entire process.
Stories by Darren Pauli
A national ICT Skills Summit to address a range of critical industry issues begins in Brisbane tomorrow.
An Australian construction products fabricator has adopted ERP to handle its manufacturing and sales system.
Chief concerns for Australian CEOs in the medium term is managing structural change and identifying strategic partnerships, according to an IBM survey.
Linux Australia and the Open Source Industry Association today urged the federal government not to abandon market competition.
Mobile data communication will dominate failing voice technology, according to a recent survey.
Microsoft has defended its decision not to patch a critical security flaw in Windows 98.
When the World Cup kicked-off earlier this month so too did a wave of Internet security threats.
Four Australian IT developers have turned their love for security software into music.
Communication in business is twice as important as marketing strategies and five times as influential as external market forces, according to a new report.
The Credit Union Industry Association (CUIA) has slammed a report claiming a widespread lack in the sector of compliance with Basel II which takes effect January 1, 2008.
Static budgets and the increased adoption of outsourcing are slicing into the numbers in the retail industry's IT departments.
The Victorian Department of Education has selected a Web-based solution to project long-term enrolment figures for its 1608 schools and plan locations.
The federal government has urged the Australian Computer Society to collaborate with universities, the ICT industry and itself to address dwindling ICT skill shortages.
Imaging giant Konica Minolta has announced the implementation of a global, client support system to improve customer problem resolution.