More than 3500 finance and IT executives will arrive on Sydney's shores in 2006 to participate in a financial services convention expected to inject more than $41 million into the state's economy.
Stories by Sandra Rossi
A consortium of six Queensland universities has implemented a new generation of supercomputer technology capable of simulating virtual environments and solving complex scientific problems.
In today's economic climate the CFO is king, emerging as a critical driver of enterprise change particularly in the technology stakes.
Like astronomers, antivirus researchers get the chance to name a virus if they discover it. But the naming process is a serious matter with plenty of factors to consider, according to Computer Associates antivirus research manager Jakub Kaminski.
Baltimore Technologies MD for the Asia Pacific region John Palfreyman has resigned after eight years in the top job.
NSW IT professionals appear to have snubbed the forthcoming IT World Congress to be held in Adelaide this month, accounting for a little more than 100 of the 700 Australian delegates registered for the event.
Oracle presented its new flat-fee business pricing scheme to Australian users last week promising big savings, but companies have to "qualify" first.
It was refreshing last week to see Nortel CEO Frank Dunn step outside the cold world of business where all that matters is the bottom line and formally apologise to employees for the tumult of 2001 when the company cut by half its staff of 94,500.
Hackers have hijacked the account details of 400,000 Optus Internet dial-up customers launching the biggest computer crime investigation undertaken by the NSW Police.
The bloodbath continues for computer giant Gateway which closed its operations in Australia last September.
IT managers in the financial services sector are taking a closer look at software used to fight money laundering following moves by the Reserve Bank of Australia to strictly monitor foreign transactions in the wake of September 11.
Multinationals are setting up regional headquarters that are little more than sales agencies that do little for the national economy, according to The Australian Business Foundation.
Pricing for Oracle business applications, which has been a long-standing source of contention with its user base, has been revamped yet again.
A survey of Australian companies has found up to 80 per cent have no intention of purchasing storage products this year paving the way for tough market conditions for vendors in 2002.
Tenders have closed for a $130 million Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Centre of Excellence with the winner to be announced in May.