Sarah Falson

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WebCentral email server crashes, offline for almost a week

WebCentral email server crashes, offline for almost a week

SYDNEY - Australia’s largest web and application hosting company, WebCentral, has experienced major difficulties over the past week with the entire email network failing.
Jun 21 2007 6:02PM
Text-based ads coming to a mobile phone near you

Text-based ads coming to a mobile phone near you

SYDNEY – Advertisements sent directly to your mobile phone could be upon us within 12 months if Australian telcos partner with Acision, a telecommunications innovation company which is attempting to bring the technology to market.
Jun 21 2007 4:25PM
Company designs location-based advertising for SMEs

Company designs location-based advertising for SMEs

SYDNEY - Sydney-based advertising company, Local Vision, is promoting a range of new ‘location-based’ advertising solutions designed specifically for the SME market.
Jun 20 2007 2:53PM
Coonan says FTTN won’t reach 98 per cent of Australians

Coonan says FTTN won’t reach 98 per cent of Australians

AUSTRALIA - The Minister for Communications, Information Technology and the Arts, Senator Helen Coonan, has announced that Labor's plan to deliver fibre-to-the-node broadband to 98 per cent of Australians could fall short of that figure by a whopping 23 per cent.
Jun 20 2007 11:49AM
SNIA announces strategy to enlist vendors and channel partners

SNIA announces strategy to enlist vendors and channel partners

SYDNEY - Industry education group, the Storage Networking Industry, has made public a three-year strategic plan aimed at promoting storage networking and data management in Australia.
Jun 19 2007 3:02PM
Software development outsourcing rises in Australia

Software development outsourcing rises in Australia

BALI - Australian-controlled software development company, Mitrais, will build a new headquarters in Bali to support “significant growth” in software development projects being outsourced to Mitrais by Australian IT companies.
Jun 19 2007 2:57PM
T4 says broadband debate crucial

T4 says broadband debate crucial

SYDNEY - Australian-based industry group, Tell the Truth (T4) has announced its support for the Government’s expert panel on high speed fibre-to-the-node broadband.
Jun 18 2007 4:10PM
Almost 100 per cent of Australians to receive broadband

Almost 100 per cent of Australians to receive broadband

SYDNEY - The Government will provide almost $1 billion of funding to build the infrastructure for 99 per cent of Australian’s to receive high speed broadband internet, according to minister for communications, information technology and the arts, Senator Helen Coonan.
Jun 18 2007 3:12PM
Telstra/Thomson and PowerWave recall faulty chargers

Telstra/Thomson and PowerWave recall faulty chargers

SYDNEY - Two major consumer electronics companies are recalling faulty power-chargers after evidence was uncovered that they might be prone to electrical faults.
Jun 15 2007 3:52PM
Australian online retail lagging

Australian online retail lagging

The local market still has a long way to go in the online retail-stakes.
Jun 15 2007 3:34PM
Seagate ships large areal density drive

Seagate ships large areal density drive

SYDNEY – The foundation for Seagate’s one-terabyte enterprise-level external hard drive is finally being shipped to Australia two months after the hardware’s release.
Jun 14 2007 7:57AM
Local council outsources staff training to IT company

Local council outsources staff training to IT company

SYDNEY – Fairfield City Council is the latest government body to outsource its staff training with PolicyPoint’s online policy education compliance platform.

Jun 14 2007 7:00AM
Internode revises ADSL2+ plans for SOHO and SMB

Internode revises ADSL2+ plans for SOHO and SMB

SYDNEY: Internode has restructured its broadband plans for the first time in two years, offering business users more choice in a market that demands faster speeds at cheaper rates.
Jun 13 2007 2:36PM
Engin nabs TiVo distribution and teams with Optus

Engin nabs TiVo distribution and teams with Optus

SYDNEY – Australian VoIP-cum-broadband supplier, Engin, will be responsible for bringing the much talked-about TiVo PVR (personal video recorder) to Australia early next year.
Jun 12 2007 3:46PM
Business Objects guilty of ‘willful infringement’

Business Objects guilty of ‘willful infringement’

SYDNEY - Claims made by Business Objects’ Australian managing director that Informatica has mislead its customers and the media regarding a patent infringement lawsuit between the two companies has been rejected by Informatica’s USA-based head office.
Jun 8 2007 1:41PM
Linksys and Cisco join forces to crack SMB market

Linksys and Cisco join forces to crack SMB market

SYDNEY - Linksys and Cisco today revealed their new jointly-developed scalable voice and data solutions for the small business user, which represents the company’s first dedicated offerings of this kind for the market.
Jun 7 2007 4:33PM
BO MD claims Informatica misleading media

BO MD claims Informatica misleading media

SYDNEY - Local MD of Business Objects (BO) claims Informatica, has made false claims regarding a recent court case.
Jun 6 2007 2:24PM
Access Providers carries out Clever re-branding

Access Providers carries out Clever re-branding

MELBOURNE - Australian wireless business telecommunications company, Access Providers, has re-branded itself and its fully-owned subsidiaries.
Jun 6 2007 1:23PM
Altiris/Symantec delivers cost-saving IT service

Altiris/Symantec delivers cost-saving IT service

The State Revenue Office (SRO) in Victoria has applied ITIL (IT Infrastructure Library) and claims it has reduced its IT costs 20 per cent.
Jun 5 2007 4:20PM
inTechnology claims green initiatives

inTechnology claims green initiatives

Software vendor claims to save users on PC running costs and reduce emition usage in the workplace.
Jun 4 2007 1:28PM

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