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Strikes loom as unions reject Telstra's latest offer

Strikes loom as unions reject Telstra's latest offer

Unions reject a deal offering a nine percent pay increase.
Ben Grubb Oct 20 2009, 8:03AM Mobility
IBM redundancies could hit 16,000 this year

IBM redundancies could hit 16,000 this year

All sections of the company vulnerable to offshoring.
Iain Thomson Aug 12 2009, 9:38AM Training & Development
Oracle set to cut 1,000 staff in Europe

Oracle set to cut 1,000 staff in Europe

Firm sheds six per cent of European workforce to improve operating margin.
Rosalie Marshall Jul 4 2009, 10:19AM News
PKBA ousts Datacom at Australian Central Credit Union

PKBA ousts Datacom at Australian Central Credit Union

PKBA has beaten incumbent provider Datacom and fellow tenderer Alphawest to a contract to provide managed IT and telecommunications services to the Australian Central Credit Union.
Brett Winterford May 11 2009, 12:08PM Collaboration
IBM close to agreement with Flightdeck workers

IBM close to agreement with Flightdeck workers

Tensions at IBM’s Flightdeck facility in Baulkham Hills have eased after union members voted to accept the direction of the current negotiations.
Kathryn Small Sep 24 2008, 3:40PM Hardware
Union members reject IBM’s latest offer

Union members reject IBM’s latest offer

Members of the Australian Services Union last night rejected IBM’s latest offer, sending both parties back to the drawing board in an effort to avoid industrial action.
Kathryn Small Sep 13 2008, 8:11AM Hardware
HP EDS union set to shake up IT services market

HP EDS union set to shake up IT services market

HP’s US$13.9 billion acquisition of EDS will beef up its competitive muscle, creating an IT services company to rival market leader IBM, according to analyst firm Gartner.
Mitchell Bingemann May 15 2008, 6:52AM Collaboration
NSW Teachers Credit Union joins Australia Post security service

NSW Teachers Credit Union joins Australia Post security service

Members of NSW Teachers Credit Union will soon have extra security for online transactions after the organisation signed up to Australia Post’s new online security service.
Negar Salek Feb 21 2007, 1:54PM Security
EU committee backs telecoms data storage rule

EU committee backs telecoms data storage rule

A European Union committee agreed that details of all EU-wide phone calls and Internet use should be stored, but the steps did not go as far as some member states had wanted in the battle against terrorism and crime.
Huw Jones Nov 25 2005, 8:34AM Data centre
Actuate-Eclipse union to shed light on business reporting

Actuate-Eclipse union to shed light on business reporting

Business intelligence software vendor Actuate has teamed up with the Eclipse Foundation on a project to build an open source business reporting tool.
Elizabeth Montalbano Aug 25 2004, 12:00AM Software
Systems Union acquires MIS AG Australia

Systems Union acquires MIS AG Australia

The Australian subsidiary of global financial and business management software provider Systems Union has purchased business intelligence (BI) software provider MIS AG Australia.
Byron Connolly Mar 10 2004, 12:00AM Software

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