aussie

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
Aussie Web shop offers discount to Firefox users

Aussie Web shop offers discount to Firefox users

An Australian PC retailer has come up with a novel way of supporting the 'alternative' software movement..
Jan 8 2008 7:53AM
Sun's petabyte datacentre in a box makes its Aussie debut

Sun's petabyte datacentre in a box makes its Aussie debut

In a bid to tackle the array of data storage issues facing today's IT industry, Sun Microsystems has unveiled a prototype of an eco-friendly, mobile virtualised datacentre in Sydney Harbour this week.
Dec 19 2007 6:57AM
Aussie boffins build intelligent bra

Aussie boffins build intelligent bra

Australian scientists have created an 'intelligent' bra that monitors the user's activity to determine the most comfortable fit for future underwear..
Dec 11 2007 7:03AM
Google-mobiles start snapping Aussie cities

Google-mobiles start snapping Aussie cities

Camera-shy pedestrians should be advised to stay indoors this summer as a fleet of Google-mobiles equipped with roof-mounted cameras trawl Australian capital cities snapping locales for the Internet search giant’s Google Street View.
Nov 26 2007 3:54PM
California University goes with Aussie developer

California University goes with Aussie developer

Australian-based software developer, HarvestRoad, has been selected by California State University as a core component in the prototype development of its California State University (CSU) Digital Marketplace.

Nov 26 2007 2:58PM
Aussie financial platform service provider enters UK market

Aussie financial platform service provider enters UK market

Australian-based online portfolio administration service provider, Præmium Australia has been chosen by a UK-based Cofunds to provide financial services and reporting tools.

Nov 23 2007 3:51PM
Are office printers too confusing for Aussies?

Are office printers too confusing for Aussies?

A Galaxy poll, commissioned by Konica Minolta, shows two thirds of Australian office workers are confused by the functionality of their office printers.
Nov 22 2007 3:16PM
Japanese market open to Aussie ICT companies

Japanese market open to Aussie ICT companies

A free support service is helping local ICT companies make their mark in the lucrative Japanese market.

Nov 20 2007 2:21PM
Getalife social networking site urges Aussies to interact in person

Getalife social networking site urges Aussies to interact in person

An Australian-based online social networking site is encouraging its users to get out and actually meet with their online friends.

Nov 16 2007 1:20PM
Online businesses booming thanks to Web 2.0

Online businesses booming thanks to Web 2.0

Independent Australian telecommunications researcher BuddeComm has released a new study which finds solid new business models, backed by spectacular growth in online advertising, are quickly laying the foundations of the new internet economy.

Nov 9 2007 2:03PM
Sourcefire expands Aussie presence

Sourcefire expands Aussie presence

Open source security vendor, Sourcefire, is set to expand its Australian presence as it looks to recruit a new sales team and launches a new training program including a seminar series.
Sep 25 2007 2:30PM
Aussie Nuix to open US office

Aussie Nuix to open US office

Data forensics software vendor Nuix set to expand its Australian channel and global presence.
Aug 29 2007 3:04PM
Aussie businesses suffer during network outages

Aussie businesses suffer during network outages

A mere five minute corporate network outage has huge implications for Australian businesses and is a worrying concern for IT professionals according to the Radware ‘Application-Smart Networking’ survey on iTnews.com.au recently.
Aug 9 2007 11:13AM
Aussie security vendor claims new approach to security

Aussie security vendor claims new approach to security

Enhancing user controls over programs is the only way to destabilise the growth of malware, according to a NSW-based security vendor.
Jul 13 2007 8:35AM
Aussie boffins tailor smart clothes

Aussie boffins tailor smart clothes

Researchers from the University of South Australia have developed techo-trousers embedded with tiny electronic sensors that can monitor heart or respiratory functions wirelessly.
Jul 4 2007 10:35AM
Aussie boffins boost solar cell efficiency

Aussie boffins boost solar cell efficiency

Australian scientists promise cheaper and more effective panels.
May 7 2007 10:34AM
Virus writers target Australian PM

Virus writers target Australian PM

Security experts have warned of a virus being distributed via email claiming that the Australian Prime Minister has had a serious heart attack.





Feb 20 2007 8:59AM
Microsoft settles lawsuits with Aussie resellers

Microsoft settles lawsuits with Aussie resellers

Microsoft Australia has settled its legal action against four Victorian computer businesses, Panda Computer, JSN Computers, PC Ideas, and Ozsmartstore, a company that operates through eBay.
Nov 1 2006 10:49AM
Aussie drivers in internet switch scam

Aussie drivers in internet switch scam

Drivers in New South Wales, Australia, are using the internet to trade demerit points in a bid to keep hold of their driving licences, according to reports.
Jul 17 2006 11:50AM

Log In

  |  Forgot your password?