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Aussie group helps build school of the future

Aussie group helps build school of the future

A team of Australians from managed services firm Civica have been chosen to develop one of the five planned ‘Future Schools’ in Singapore.
Jul 21 2008 3:09PM
Aussie most apt to shop online

Aussie most apt to shop online

A new study reveals that consumers in Australia and New Zealand are more likely to make online purchases than shoppers anywhere else in the world.
Jul 17 2008 1:28PM
$20m iPhone injection could boost Aussie adoption of 3G

$20m iPhone injection could boost Aussie adoption of 3G

Market researcher IbisWorld has predicted that Friday’s launch of the iPhone across Australia delivered $20 million into the economy in just a matter of hours.
Jul 14 2008 3:33PM
Aussie students take home trophy in international contest

Aussie students take home trophy in international contest

A group of Australian university students have triumphed over 200,000 students from 100 nations to achieve first place in Microsoft’s 2008 Imagine Cup competition.
Jul 9 2008 3:46PM
Ebay drops Aussie Paypal monopoly

Ebay drops Aussie Paypal monopoly

Australian Ebay sellers were celebrating victory after the online auction site waved the white flag and backed down from plans to ram Paypal down users’ throats.
Jul 5 2008 6:33AM
Many Aussie firms neglect contact info

Many Aussie firms neglect contact info

A report from data specialist Experian QAS found that 45 percent of Australian organisations have almost no procedures to keep their contact data accurate and up-to-date, and may face major financial problems as a consequence.
Jul 3 2008 4:49PM
Vodafone, Cisco and RIM join forces to target Aussie SMBs

Vodafone, Cisco and RIM join forces to target Aussie SMBs

Vodafone Australia, Cisco, and Research in Motion (RIM) have announced their partnership to provide telecommunication services to small-to-medium businesses (SMB) around the country in an IT world-first.
Jun 25 2008 4:25PM
TV shows make down-under debut on Aussie iTunes

TV shows make down-under debut on Aussie iTunes

Australians will finally be able to download television shows for their iPods after Apple made the service available on iTunes Australia some three years after it made its debut in the US.
Jun 25 2008 11:05AM
Austrade urges Aussie ICT companies to explore Asia

Austrade urges Aussie ICT companies to explore Asia

The Australian Trade Commission (Austrade) is urging Australian ICT companies to look beyond the UK and US when forging new overseas business strategies.
Jun 19 2008 2:30PM
NSW State Protection Group protects with Aussie product

NSW State Protection Group protects with Aussie product

Surveillance company Zylotech has beaten US competition to become the chosen supplier of surveillance products to the NSW State Protection Group.
Jun 16 2008 3:15PM
Aussies to receive 1.31m iPhones over next five years

Aussies to receive 1.31m iPhones over next five years

A new report by IDC claims that 1.31 million 3G iPhones will be shipped to Australia by the end of 2012 in order to satisfy the increasing consumer demand for converged mobile devices.
Jun 16 2008 10:37AM
DevNet and Netregistery are first Aussie resellers of Google Apps

DevNet and Netregistery are first Aussie resellers of Google Apps

In a first for the region, resellers are bringing the software suite, Google Apps, to Australian businesses with a version specially created for marketing through a channel rather than direct marketing.
Jun 2 2008 11:53AM
BSA warns Aussie businesses about software piracy ‘can of worms’

BSA warns Aussie businesses about software piracy ‘can of worms’

The Business Software Alliance (BSA) is urging Australian IT managers to better examine their security policies and software assets to make sure they aren’t sitting on a dangerous ‘can of worms’ of software piracy.
May 29 2008 4:46PM
Aussie workers blame bosses for cyber-bullying

Aussie workers blame bosses for cyber-bullying

Australian workers have accused their bosses of cyber-bullying in the work place, according to a survey of 1,782 employees by online career network, LinkMe.com.au.
May 26 2008 3:34PM
Aussie Govt. mail server targeted for attack

Aussie Govt. mail server targeted for attack

Global security vendor MessageLabs has claimed its heuristic scanner - Skeptic - has intercepted a Trojan specifically targeted at Australian domains.
May 20 2008 2:57PM
BSA study reveals Aussie software piracy slightly down

BSA study reveals Aussie software piracy slightly down

Results of a study by the Business Software Alliance (BSA) signal that PC software piracy in Australia has fallen one percentage point in 2007.
May 15 2008 2:34PM
gotalk acquires Aussie phone card company World Telecom

gotalk acquires Aussie phone card company World Telecom

Following the 2007 acquisition of Telstra’s international phonecards - Say G’day and Super Buzz – Australian-based telecommunication provider, gotalk, has acquired one of Australia’s largest phone card companies ‘World Telecom’ and its key phone card brands.

Apr 3 2008 12:24PM
Online users abound, but Aussie eBusiness needs growth

Online users abound, but Aussie eBusiness needs growth

Gone are the days of physical shopping excursions; the Internet is the shopping mall of the future according to online retail comparison site Getprice.
Mar 4 2008 2:10PM
Telecom NZ rejects Aussie Webphone

Telecom NZ rejects Aussie Webphone

ASX-listed Internet and VoIP telephony vendor, pieNETWORKS’will no longer commercially roll out its Webphone to the New Zealand marketplace using Telecom NZ.
Jan 30 2008 2:28PM
Aussie company secures Vietnam’s Defence

Aussie company secures Vietnam’s Defence

Network security vendor, Senetas has signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Vietnam Information Security Laboratories (VISL), an agency of Vietnam’s Ministry of Defence, to distribute Senetas CypherNet high speed network encryption products.
Jan 21 2008 2:18PM

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