When you work in the remote Pilbara region of Western Australia, it’s easy to feel isolated. Which is why resources and energy companies that operate in the area go to great lengths to ensure employees are connected – and entertained.
Stories by Georgina Swan
The landmark ruling by the Federal Court, which found Optus did not breach copyright by broadcasting NRL and AFL matches via its new TV Now service, has cast a doubt over the financial viability of internet broadcast rights.
Former Sydney Water CIO, Chris Ford, has joined the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) as its new chief information officer.
Chief information officers understand the importance of domain name registrations in maintaining the integrity of their organisation’s brand. Now a study estimates the .au domain contributed $475 million to the Australian economy in 2011 and created more than 4300 full-time jobs.
Bank bashing may be somewhat of a national pastime. But that hasn’t stopped the Commonwealth Bank from attracting more than 100,000 ‘fans’ to its Facebook page a year after launching its page on the social network.
Next month, the Australasian SKA Consortium is likely to find out whether Australia and New Zealand will host the Square Kilometre Array — the world’s biggest radio telescope.
Each year, millions of people post on Facebook to share what's important to them, discuss world events, or just goof off with their friends. With more than 800 million people connected around the globe on Facebook news about the world's triumphs and tragedies – as well as the latest – spread fast.
Smart robotic technology has helped Nestlé overcome the occupational health and safety issues of manually handing about four million cases of products in its consumer food and beverage, food service and pet food businesses.
Australian and New Zealand software companies were honoured in Sydney at the 12th annual Consensus Software Awards.
Australia's iconic 'Dish' at Parkes today celebrates its 50th anniversary.
A new skills index released this week suggests CIOs should ditch the ‘wait-and-see’ contract approach to IT recruitment in the face of increasing offshore opportunities.
Managing a global workforce is never easy. Apart from the obvious geographical barriers, managers and employees must also contend with cultural and communications issues.
When you’re the CIO of Facebook, moving quickly is par of the course. Tim Campos, who took the stage for the second day of keynotes at Dreamforce 2011, said massive IT implementations take place in a matter of just weeks to months.
Metallica entertains the crowd at Dreamforce 2011 in San Francisco
When you hold the world's largest software technology conferences in the world, you expect to announce a few innovations to your flagship product. True to form, Salesforce.com has announced several additional products and services based around the theme of 'the social enterprise' at its Dreamforce 2011 event in San Francisco.