Indian outsourcing giant Infosys plans to cut about 12,000 staff at the middle and top of its organisation and flatten the employee structure, a report says.
Indian outsourcing giant Infosys has been accused of fudging its financials and taking measures to make profits appear larger than what they actually are, according to whistleblowers at the Bangalore-headquartered outfit.
Australian and New Zealand enterprises are global leaders in board-level cyber security practice, with cyber security a top priority for organisations in the two markets and with boards taking a more hands-on approach to cyber security.
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