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Yahoo!7 hunts for new mail users
Yahoo!7 has ramped up its email offering in an effort to win over users of rival products such as G-Mail and Hotmail.
Feb 23 2007 4:34PM
TechnologyOne to change model
In an effort to straddle competing customer demands TechnologyOne is to move to a federated product business model.
Feb 21 2007 3:54PM
Citrix acquires Sydney-based Aurema
Citrix has announced that it has acquired the assets of Aurema, a provider of processor workload monitoring and management software.
Feb 15 2007 3:38PM
Service providers tout environmental credentials
EDS has announced that it is has launched a greenhouse gas emissions program.
Feb 13 2007 10:53AM
CIOs climb the ranks
CIOs could soon be second only to CEOs on the management ladder, according to the CIO Institute of Australia.
Feb 12 2007 4:24PM
HR outsourcing taking off
Human Resources (HR) will be the next big outsourcing wave as businesses seek the next source of operational cost savings, Compass Consulting is betting.
Feb 9 2007 3:34PM
BigAir continues partner expansion
Wireless broadband service provider plans to sign 45 to 50 partners by June this year.
Feb 8 2007 3:20PM
Hostworks launches revenue share business model
Hostworks has announced a new business model which will see it exchange its services for an equity stake or revenue percentage in its customers’ businesses.
Feb 7 2007 3:42PM
EMC releases first RSA-integrated offering
Six months on from its acquisition of RSA Security, EMC has announced that it has finally integrated the company’s technology into its high end storage platforms.
Feb 7 2007 1:04PM
Check Point moves into SMB UTM
Check Point has made a bid for the mid-market security appliance segment with the launch of its UTM-1 unified threat management (UTM) appliances.
Feb 5 2007 3:48PM
Motorola launch mobile backup service
In a sign that content, mobility and storage technologies are converging, Motorola has announced the launch of a new backup and recovery service.
Jan 31 2007 3:37PM
IsoHunt service suspended: blames ISP, MPAA
Popular BitTorrent search engine IsoHunt remains off the air after its hosting services were suspended two days ago.
Jan 18 2007 4:15PM
Kordia moves into Asia
Converged services outfit Kordia has announced plans to expand into Asia following its merger and rebranding late last month.
Dec 12 2006 5:12PM
Free event listings on iTnews.com.au
ITnews.com.au is proud to announce a new service for readers aimed at providing enterprise and SME readers up-to-date info on what IT events are happening in their area.
Dec 8 2006 9:53AM
Quantum banks on data de-dup in 2007
Quantum is quietly confident that its investment in the emerging area of data de-duplication will change the face of the storage market.
Dec 6 2006 1:03PM
Microsoft launches Vista, Exchange Server 2007, Office 2007
To no-ones’ surprise, Microsoft has made 'productivity', 'innovation' and 'collaboration' the watch words of the business market launch of Vista, Exchange Server 2007 and Office 2007.
Nov 30 2006 2:54PM
EMC moves into IRM
EMC has made a bid for the information rights management market with the launch of its Documentum IRM server.
Nov 23 2006 3:54PM
Raritan talks up CCNOC
According to president and COO Thomas M. Swift, with customer wins across the call centre, local government, resources and education sectors, Australia was becoming the global beachhead for the vendor.
Nov 23 2006 12:40PM
Kaz to look to overall value for Vista sell
Despite Microsoft’s hype about Vista’s TCO savings, services outfit Kaz says it will have to rely on more than just a TCO pitch when trying to sell the new operating system to its customers.
Nov 17 2006 2:38PM
Orion urges shareholders to reject Toy Telco bid
ASX-listed Orion Telecommunications has unanimously urged its shareholders to reject the hostile takeover bid of Toy Telco.
Nov 14 2006 12:17PM
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