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Tech One slams channel sales model
The chief of ASX-listed ERP software and services provider Technology One has attacked the traditional vendor-reseller sales model, claiming it is fundamentally flawed.
Aug 1 2005 3:16PM
Intel to build new US factory
Intel has announced plans to build a 300mm wafer fabrication facility, which is set to be completed in the second half of 2007.
Jul 26 2005 4:16PM
Linksys adds ED and LAN Systems
Cisco-owned Linksys has added Express Data and LAN Systems to its distribution list.
Jul 25 2005 1:01PM
New worm uses old tricks
A mass-mailing worm has been discovered which attempts to infect computers by using old Windows exploits, according to security firm Clearswift.
Jul 19 2005 3:30PM
Candle acquires Choice IT
Recruitment group Candle Australia has acquired Adelaide-based IT recruiter Choice IT, as part of a plan to expand ICT services in South Australia.
Jul 15 2005 3:50PM
Optus and Azure turn up the heat
Optus has partnered with wireless internet provider Azure, to extend the reach of the telco's network of wireless hotspots.
Jul 13 2005 3:30PM
Jetstar begins wireless trials
Low cost airline Jetstar has started a trial of wireless broadband for the launch of its Sydney-Ballina Byron service.
Jul 13 2005 1:50PM
Jigsaw sells into Samoa
Australian reseller and implementer Jigsaw Services has completed the first phase of a $600,000 contract for Samoa's national telecommunications carrier SamoaTel.
Jul 12 2005 2:04PM
Victorian company joins Tokyo schools project
A Victorian company has partnered with a Japanese university for an e-learning research project in Tokyo schools.
Jun 29 2005 2:34PM
VoIP needs more bandwidth
Low broadband penetration and the popularity of 256Kb/s plans will undermine VoIP use by Australian consumers, analyst IDC has said.
Jun 29 2005 12:41PM
Spyware motives raise concerns
Spyware is becoming a more serious threat as profits become a bigger incentive for hackers and other online criminals, a security vendor has claimed.
Jun 28 2005 9:48AM
Coonan investigates Big Brother concerns
Senator Helen Coonan plans to ask the ABA to clarify public concerns about footage from the reality television program Big Brother.
Jun 22 2005 3:35PM
Home work creates extra hours
Being able to work away from the office is resulting in longer working hours, a study has shown.
Jun 14 2005 4:20PM
Steelworks gets tough on safety
BlueScope Steel has announced that it will be fitting more than 30 ruggedised notebooks to improve the safety of vehicles at the company's Port Kembla Steelworks.
Jun 10 2005 2:20PM
Unique laptop stolen
A one-of-a-kind laptop computer has been stolen from a bicycle shop in Kings Cross, according to a NSW police report.
May 25 2005 2:40PM
Australians embracing home networks
One out of five Australian households will have a home network by 2009, analyst IDC has predicted.
May 24 2005 3:29PM
PC market growth slowing: IDC
The combined desktop and notebook market in Australia is showing signs of slowing down despite year on year growth of 15 percent in 1Q 2005, according to analyst IDC.
May 17 2005 2:36PM
Budget looks promising for IT jobs
Recruiters are upbeat about this week's Federal Budget, with some predicting that any resulting increased confidence in the economy could be positive for the IT job market.
May 12 2005 2:21PM
Pacific Internet gives voice to channel
Pacific Internet has announced availability of its fixed line voice service, Pacific Voice, to channel partners.
Apr 15 2005 2:40PM
Enterprise IP telephony market doubles: IDC
The enterprise IP telephony market grew 98 percent in 2004, according to industry analyst IDC.
Mar 24 2005 10:46AM
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