A recent Australian ICT graduate survey indicates that 70 per cent of respondents wish they had done more hands-on work experience while studying, highlighting the importance employers place on practical industry experience.
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Social media sites should provide simpler explanation and assistance to help school kids navigate cyber-safety issues.
Tokyo-based NTT Data has completed its acquisition of Australian SAP services and consulting business, Extend Technologies. NTT Data acquired a 51 per cent shareholding in Extend, establishing a presence for the company in the Oceania region for the first time.
The world’s first automated device to grade opals has been unveiled at the 2009 National Council of Jewellery Valuers forum in Sydney.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has issued draft pricing principles and indicative prices for six fixed line wholesale services, which allow Telstra competitors to provide fixed voice and broadband services over Telstra’s copper network.
The federal government is calling for proposals to deliver innovative digital services for regional, rural and remote Australia as part of the Digital Regions Initiative
Microsoft has released Silverlight 3 in Australia, adding codec support for H.264 video, AAC audio and MPEG-4 content and a few other enhancements such as out-of-browser support to allow Web applications to work on the desktop.
The state of Illinois made it a law this week that convicted sex offenders cannot use social networking sites such as Facebook and MySpace.
Australian Regional Employment Agencies (AREA) and its national recruitment manager, Mr Shreyas Narayana, have admitted to misleading job seekers over paid IT training courses run by Zanok Technologies.
Shortened URLs remain a key strategy of spammers, prompting an overhaul of shortened URL services on the Internet.
Microsoft’s annual IT professional meet, Tech.Ed, sells out a month before the event
Data recovery and legal technology provider Kroll Ontrack has launched a global Data Recovery Portal for Apple customers.
Telstra has been flexing its next generation muscles in a trial which could speed up the telco's existing network infrastructure between capital cities.
Telstra has extended a 10-year agreement to provide services to the Bank of Queensland in a $21 million, three-year deal.
Telstra Wholesale and AAPT have reached commercial agreement on a range of products and services from Telstra’s network of offerings, enabling AAPT, along with Telstra to "get on with business".