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Still good growth in digital cameras: Canon
Sales growth in the digital still camera (DSC) market will continue even though the market has “slowed” as it reaches maturity, according to Canon’s senior category manager Darren Ryan.
Nov 13 2006 1:48PM
NAB hit by DoS attack
The National Australia Bank (NAB) has reported that it was hit with a denial of Service Attack (DoA) on Wednesday.
Oct 20 2006 3:16PM
AuDA helps fund local not-for-profits
The Australian domain name registry body AuDA has doled out $275,000 to 16 not-for-profit Internet projects from across Australia.
Oct 6 2006 12:54PM
Home users bare lion's share of security threats
Home users continue to bear the brunt of Internet security attacks, Symantec has found in its January to June 06 Internet Security Threat Report.
Sep 25 2006 1:44PM
Seven invests $26m in Engin
Network Seven is to buy $26 million worth of Engin shares in a move that will see the company take a 33 percent stake in the VoIP provider.
Sep 15 2006 11:03AM
AARNet rolls out third-gen network
Australia’s research and education community has received a boost with the rollout of the third generation of Australian Academic and Research Network’s (AARNet) Research and Education Network.
Sep 14 2006 1:14PM
RuleBurst profits on the rise
RuleBurst has continued to grow in profitability reaching a profit $3.8m from revenues of $7.3m to the year to 31 June 2006.
Sep 5 2006 4:30PM
Wavenet receives $1.2m funding injection
Perth-based wireless hardware provider Wavenet has secured $1.2 million in funding to aid its expansion plans.
Aug 28 2006 1:08PM
Coonan: mobiles a “pipeline for perversion”
ICT Minister Helen Coonan has stepped up her campaign for the regulation of mobile content with the flagging of impending new legislation.
Aug 23 2006 2:33PM
Austrade cuts digital content industry export funding
The digital content industry has taken a blow following the Federal Government’s decision to slash export funding for the sector.
Aug 22 2006 3:57PM
VoIP payphone no pie in the sky
WA-based PieNetworks has launched a WiFi Hot Spot WebPhone aimed at revitalising the flagging public payphone market.
Aug 15 2006 1:24PM
Check Point waves pure-play flag
Check Point is the only major pure-play security company left, if CEO and founder Gil Shwed is to be believed.
Aug 3 2006 2:57PM
Check Point creates in-house services unit
Check Point is to create an in-house professional services unit, but the company stresses that the capability will not undercut partners.
Aug 3 2006 9:37AM
Apple cans AppleCentre branding
Apple has begun phasing out the AppleCentre retail outlet brand name and will ask partners to reapply for their certifications.
Aug 1 2006 12:53PM
Symantec to move to SaaS
Symantec will move to a full software-as-a-service model, but partners will continue to play a role in the sales channel, the security vendor has said.
Jul 31 2006 12:40PM
Skype and Netgear offer wireless Skype phone
Skype has partnered with NetGear to create a new offering with major disruption potential for the telecommunications industry.
Jul 25 2006 9:43AM
HDS touts solutions centres, growth
Hitachi Data Systems is to a launch two new solutions centres in Melbourne and Sydney aimed at providing services for end-users and channel partners.
Jul 24 2006 3:45PM
Telstra makes Good on mobility computing
Telstra has partnered with US-based Good Technology to take its mobile computing software and services to the government and enterprise markets.
Jul 13 2006 1:41PM
Apple renews education push with new iMac
Apple has renewed its efforts to widen its education sector presence with a new, low-cost dual-core iMac.
Jul 7 2006 1:39PM
Security threats grow exponentially
McAfee has reported that security threats have grown at record speed over the last two years.
Jul 7 2006 10:04AM
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