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  • SFIA adoption increases in Australia

    Australian businesses are beginning to adopt the skills framework for the information age (SFIA) in an attempt to manage IT staff skills, a consulting company has claimed.

    Written by Lisa Banks25 Nov. 10 14:39
  • ICT industry reacts to Labor win and NBN

    The Australian ICT industry has been quick to react to the news that Labor will be able to form government following the support of Independent MPs, Rob Oakshott and Tony Windsor.

    Written by Tim Lohman07 Sept. 10 17:02
  • Quigley slams Abbott's broadband policy

    NBN Co chief executive, Mike Quigley, has delivered a stinging attack on the Coalition's broadband policy, publicly backing Labor's rival National Broadband Network project just days before the Federal Election.

    Written by Renai LeMay18 Aug. 10 14:21
  • ACS weighs in on federal budget

    The Australian Computer Society (ACS) has given a mixed review of Tuesday’s federal budget.

    Written by Lisa Banks13 May 10 11:31
  • ACS offers CIO mentorship to members

    The Australian Computer Society (ACS) NSW branch is offering five sponsorships for a mentoring program designed to give a business edge to techies.

    Written by CIO Staff14 Jan. 10 16:50
  • Xerox will buy business process outsourcer ACS for $US6.4bn

    Xerox has agreed to buy business process outsourcer Affiliated Computer Services (ACS) for US$6.4 billion, in a move it hopes will allow it to expand beyond the field of document management.

    Written by Peter Sayer28 Sept. 09 23:41
  • Full time IT jobs remain strong: 2009 ACS survey

    A reduction in the unemployment percentage among IT workers indicates the global financial slowdown has had little impact to date on the proportion of full time professionals, according the 2009 Australian Computer Society ICT employment survey.

    Written by Rodney Gedda03 Sept. 09 10:49
  • ACS scolds govt for lax investment

    Federal and state governments have come under fire from the Australian Computer Society (ACS) for what it claims is insufficient support of the IT industry.

    Written by Darren Pauli26 May 09 10:59
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