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Telstra asks its 30,000 employees what they really think with 'experience pulse'

Telstra asks its 30,000 employees what they really think with 'experience pulse'

Insources, digitises and uplifts staff satisfaction surveys.
Jun 17 2019 7:00AM
Vic Govt employee directory accessed by unauthorised party

Vic Govt employee directory accessed by unauthorised party

Impacts about 30,000 staff.
Jan 2 2019 10:59AM
More than half of NBN staff earn at least $100k

More than half of NBN staff earn at least $100k

As contractor spend tops $274m.
Jul 4 2017 2:05PM
Ex-Microsoft employee charged with leaking trade secrets

Ex-Microsoft employee charged with leaking trade secrets

Allegedly gave pre-release Windows info to a blogger.
Mar 21 2014 7:30AM
Government to review employee share schemes

Government to review employee share schemes

Consults with industry on promised tax changes.
Jan 22 2014 8:58AM
Zero-day Java exploit targets Facebook employees

Zero-day Java exploit targets Facebook employees

Updated: Malicious files found on employee laptops.
Feb 16 2013 11:48AM
RIM cuts 11 percent of workforce

RIM cuts 11 percent of workforce

Chief operating officer to retire.
Jul 26 2011 7:12AM
Two women sentenced for hacking ex-employers

Two women sentenced for hacking ex-employers

Cloud and county computer crimes.
Mar 3 2011 5:32AM
Analysis: Who really owns Huawei?

Analysis: Who really owns Huawei?

Unravelling the structure of the world's fastest growing networking vendor.
May 28 2010 7:22AM
Full-time employees greatest security risk

Full-time employees greatest security risk

82 per cent see threat of employee fraud growing.
Nov 26 2009 10:50AM
Intel tweaks stock options, freezes pay

Intel tweaks stock options, freezes pay

Intel is rolling out a pair of new shareholder proposals which could affect the financial status of nearly all the company's employees.
Mar 24 2009 2:37PM
Companies should be prepared for employee sabotage

Companies should be prepared for employee sabotage

A recent case of employee sabotage is the tip of the iceberg, according to one expert.
Jan 20 2009 11:20AM
Ex-employee pleads guilty to sabotaging his former employer's computer system

Ex-employee pleads guilty to sabotaging his former employer's computer system

A man has pleaded guilty to sabotaging his former employer's computer system after he was fired.
Jan 19 2009 11:29AM
Organisations warned to avoid 'bad stress' during economic downturn

Organisations warned to avoid 'bad stress' during economic downturn

Economic worries, the credit crunch, and rising petrol prices could raise the potential for workplace aggression, a management expert has warned.
Aug 19 2008 3:55PM
Instant messaging found to reduce workplace interruption

Instant messaging found to reduce workplace interruption

A recent study has found the use of instant messaging software in the workplace to reduce disruption.
Jun 6 2008 3:24PM
Employee file transfers put firms at risk

Employee file transfers put firms at risk

Companies are being warned of the dangers posed by third-party web transfer services, and the use of instant messaging and social networking sites to send personal information..
Apr 16 2008 7:45AM
Admiring, not hiring is the key to skills shortage

Admiring, not hiring is the key to skills shortage

While the Australian IT industry laments a lack of industry awareness and training to support staffing requirements, employee retention could be the key to overcoming the skills shortage of recent times.
Mar 27 2008 12:51PM
Former Boeing employee charged in data theft

Former Boeing employee charged in data theft

Seattle police have charged a former Boeing employee with 16 counts of computer trespass for the alleged theft of 320,000 files, as well as leaking them to a Seattle-area daily newspaper.
Jul 16 2007 10:42AM
Report finds fault in IT employee, director in Birmingham VA breach

Report finds fault in IT employee, director in Birmingham VA breach

A dishonest IT specialist, lack of encryption and insufficient physical security controls may have contributed to the disappearance of a US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) external hard drive that contained the personal information of 1.8 million people, an Office of Inspector General (OIG) report has concluded.
Jul 6 2007 9:57AM
Fidelity: employee stole, sold 2.3 million consumer records

Fidelity: employee stole, sold 2.3 million consumer records

In one of this year's largest data breaches, financial processing company Fidelity National Information Services revealed on Tuesday that a subsidiary's employee stole 2.3 million consumer records containing credit card, bank account and other personal information.
Jul 4 2007 11:27AM

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