A new survey has found that while the Internet has made it easier for employees to take care of personal business while at work, the cost to business is $6.5 billion a year.
Stories by Sandra Rossi
After four years of haggling and endless revisions, the controversial cybercrime treaty has been signed by 30 countries.
A lack of systems integration and an over reliance on spreadsheets is exposing Australian corporate treasuries to risk.
Sydney's Olympic Park is being transformed into a high-tech data centre offering mission-critical utility services for storage area networks and disaster recovery.
The world of IT intelligence is extremely complex. Sandra Rossi talks to the watchers' and the hackers' and finds there are only shades of grey.
Strolling through Sydney's IT corridor with a laptop in hand, not even Sherlock Holmes would have suspected we were peeking into surrounding computer networks, even collecting user passwords on the way.
IT staff are at the centre of an Industrial Relations Commission (IRC) dispute to determine "average weekly hours".
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Securing information systems has become a top priority for IT executives following the September 11 terrorist attacks, according to the 14th annual CSC security survey.
When a global company with an annual IT spend of $US 1 billion talks about its corporate strategy, market players sit up and listen.
The Commonwealth Bank has launched what it claims is the world's smallest, fully-integrated mobile Eftpos terminal.
Brisbane City Council has awarded a $78 million, six-year contract for the supply of desktop and server software to Compaq and integrator Data#3.
Telstra chairman Bob Mansfield is seeking a meeting with the Federal Government to finalise privatisation plans for the company.
The Australian and New Zealand server market slumped significantly in the third quarter of 2001, slipping a massive 14 per cent compared to the previous quarter.
A Nike management style, where IT purchasing decisions are made with a "Just Do it" approach, has been central to failed outsourcing contracts between government agencies and the private sector.