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Swiss WikiLeaker gets $7.5k fine
No jail time for "revenge" leak.
Jan 20 2011 9:31AM
Former Swiss banker pushed to WikiLeaks
Defiance before facing music.
Jan 18 2011 9:37AM
Red Hat combines desktop and server virtualisation
Enterprise Virtualisation 2.2 released.
Jun 25 2010 1:09PM
IBM spends US$1.7 billion on Sterling Commerce
Big Blue shells out for AT&T's B2B subsidiary.
May 25 2010 2:09PM
HSBC admits to understating data theft
Not tens, but thousands of clients affected.
Mar 13 2010 7:55AM
Domino's orders thin clients for pizza stores
Domino's Pizza is implementing a new thin-client store system for 8,000 of its franchised stores around the world.
Feb 4 2009 6:52AM
Intel and Citrix partner on virtual clients
Intel and Citrix are aiming to make client systems easier to secure and manage by virtualising the user environment and linking it to a Citrix-based management infrastructure, the Citrix Desktop Delivery Solution.
Jan 21 2009 4:31PM
Security attacks reach 2.5 billion per day
IBM has announced a number of new initiatives which it claims will improve enterprise security and help clients save costs, in response to a massive rise in web-based threats.
Dec 8 2008 2:41PM
IBM launches cloud services
IBM has unveiled new services designed to help customers evaluate, install, configure and deliver secure cloud computing inside the data centre, and protect against web-based threats.
Nov 25 2008 6:11AM
Bulletproof offers clients ability to control time with VMware
Australian hosting provider, Bulletproof Networks, is offering clients the ability to control time on their virtual machines (VM) with the launch of dedicated virtualised hosting.
Apr 1 2008 3:32PM
ComputerCorp gives Telstra help with clients
National ICT integrator ComputerCORP (Operations) has signed a three year managed service contract with Telstra Corporation to provide hardware solutions and associated services across Australia and overseas for some of the telco's clients.
Jan 14 2008 4:00PM
Thin clients get multimedia boost
Wyse Technology has introduced new thin client terminals, including its first laptop format device. The models are among the first to address one of the chief criticisms of thin clients; that they do not work well with applications that use multimedia content.
Oct 16 2007 3:01PM
Datacom goes thin
IT service provider Datacom has implemented a selection of thin clients by Wyse Technology, into its call centre business unit.
Apr 11 2007 2:04PM
CBL helps out HP clients
CBL Data Recovery Technologies has been appointed by HP to provide data recovery services in Australia, China, India, Singapore and Taiwan.
Oct 18 2006 12:56PM
Whitehall opts for thin clients
The government plans to move to thin client computers to help tackle security issues, according to the new Whitehall chief information officer (CIO).
Jul 13 2006 2:40PM
Users prefer thin clients: Wyse survey
Thin client vendor Wyse Technology has been travelling Australia promoting a recent survey that suggests most users actually do prefer server-centric computing to desktop PCs.
Oct 13 2004 12:00AM
Thin clients boom due to cost/security benefits
The 'thin client' computing market grew by almost 50 percent in Australia last year due to reduced costs and increased security, said industry analyst IDC.
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