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  • New Jetstar CIO plans IT transformation

    Jetstar’s new CIO Grainne Kearns has been planning for an IT transformation to optimise the budget airline's current technologies and look at ways of innovating through new technologies.

    Written by Rebecca Merrett25 March 14 05:00
  • Apple flies into Qantas lounges

    Qantas has announced plans to kit out its club members' lounges at airports across the country exclusively with Apple technology before the end of the year.
    The agreement with Apple is an attempt by the airline to set itself apart from market rival Virgin Blue by aligning with the consumer electronics giant's popular technology.

    Written by Brian Corrigan25 Oct. 10 22:00
  • Qantas deal sparks new Fujitsu service centre

    Prime Minister John Key opened Fujitsu's new service centre in Auckland today. The centre will help provide IT services to Qantas staff globally and is also set to be used by new and existing customers.
    The establishment of the centre resulted from Fujitsu’s recent deal to provide cross-functional services, desktop, file and print, messaging and storage services for more than 20,000 desktops and 280 servers for the airline's staff around the world. The centre will provide part of these services to Qantas.

    Written by Reseller News Staff07 Nov. 09 22:00
  • Qantas flies high with new IBM deal

    Qantas has finalised the details of a new seven-year outsourcing deal with IBM for technology program delivery work, which is understood to be worth about A$200 million.
    The IBM contract is part of a broader program of cost cutting at the airline known as Q Future, in which Qantas is aiming to save $1.5 billion over the next three years. The savings include $500 million in the present financial year, including $100 million from information technology changes.

    Written by Paul Smith29 Sept. 09 22:00
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  • When social media strategies go wrong

    We’ve all heard the stories: An employee calls in sick, doesn’t go to work and then posts photos on their Facebook page or another social media site while at the cricket. But what happens when a corporate social media campaign fails?

    Written by Byron Connolly20 May 14 14:11