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Protecting IP - technology not the answer 
Sep 29, 2004 | Comment Now 
Intellectual property theft from companies could become more of a problem as technology improves.
 
An orchestrated approach 
Sep 16, 2004 | Comment Now 
Concerto Software has acquired Rockwell First Point Contact, claiming the move will expand its global reach in the contact centre solution space.
 
Labor commits to IT spending 
Sep 15, 2004 | Comment Now 
Labor has committed to spending $69.3 million over four years to give all Australians internet access for a range of business and government services, if the party wins the ...
 
Seeking out new ventures 
Sep 10, 2004 | Comment Now 
Australian venture capital firms are looking to invest over $600 million in ICT companies; but good ideas will not attract funding, it's good businesses they're looking for.
 
Keeping an eye on email monitoring 
Sep 7, 2004 | Comment Now 
Organisations may need to revisit their policies on email and internet usage monitoring in light of the proposed NSW Workplace Surveillance Bill, according to industry experts.
 
Telstra rejects telco regulations reform 
Aug 20, 2004 | Comment Now 
A call for reform of telco regulations, including a proposal to limit Telstra's ability to bundle services was issued today by the newly incorporated Competitive Carriers' ...
 
Concerns about FTA rouse IT industry 
Aug 5, 2004 | Comment Now 
Debate, or the lack thereof, about the effect the Australia US Free Trade Agreement (AUSFTA) will have on the local IT sector has government and industry up in arms.
 
Fuji Xerox has green ink 
Aug 4, 2004 | Comment Now 
In an Australian ICT first, Fuji Xerox Printers has announced it's been awarded a 'Good Environmental Choice' label by the Australian Environmental Labelling Association ...
 
Sydney Uni gets serious on e-learning 
Jul 30, 2004 | Comment Now 
The University of Sydney is moving to mix conventional teaching with online learning and has hired 12 people in the past year to support its e-learning infrastructure.
 
Aust chips for Asian city 
Jul 28, 2004 | Comment Now 
Sydney-based Keycorp has scored a lucrative deal to supply the Hong Kong government with 4.7 million smartcard chips for the Chinese territory's ID card program.
 
Listen up: Aust call centres will harness new tech 
 
Govt to review X-rated phone content 
 
Global sourcing -- short-circuit or shot in the arm for Aussie IT? 
Jul 8, 2004 | Comment Now 
Gartner India slammed claims by a local recruitment firm that outsourcing offshore would strip IT jobs from Australia.
 
Feds to dump $308M into IT 
May 6, 2004 | Comment Now 
The Federal government on Thursday announced it would dump $308 million into Australia’s IT industry as part of its $5.3 billion “Backing Australia’s Ability” package.
 
IT pros on New Year jobhunt? 
Jan 6, 2004 | Comment Now 
Linux, coupled with governments looking at moving to open source, could offer increased job opportunities for Australian IT professionals this year, according to one recruitment...
 
New retail concept LANds 
Oct 10, 2003 | Comment Now 
A concept store - which combines an internet café with an IT retailer - turned a profit after two weeks of operation with plans to franchise the model which is claimed to be an ...
 
Report assesses fault repair performance 
 
Business needs security attitude upgrade  
Jan 1, 2000 | Comment Now 
Emerging trends in malware attacks have highlighted the need for business to change its thinking on security, industry spokespeople say.
 
Mobile number porting gets thumbs up 
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