Stories by Computerworld Staff

ICT graduates not work ready: survey

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.

NTT Data buys up Extend Technologies

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.

ACCC calls for industry comment on fixed line services pricing

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.

Microsoft releases Silverlight 3 in Australia

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.

Tech.Ed sold out

Microsoft’s annual IT professional meet, Tech.Ed, sells out a month before the event

AAPT chalks up new Telstra wholesale 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".

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