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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
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
NAB XP roll-out delayed
The rollout of the National Australia Bank’s new Kaz managed XP desktop environment could be pushed back by up to six months, the company has said.
Jun 27 2006 10:31AM
Work environment key to fixing skills shortage
Creating the right work environment is central to overcoming the current ICT skills shortage according to local enterprise ISV TechnologyOne.
Jun 21 2006 1:16PM
ICT security orgs blast ID smartcard, biometrics
The Federal Government’s planned national ID smartcard has come into further criticism – this time from some of the country’s leading ICT security organisations.
Jun 15 2006 12:31PM
Telcos dismiss adult content regulation fears
Telcos and ISPs looking for new revenue streams may have to look elsewhere following a regulatory move by the Federal Government.
Jun 14 2006 4:57PM
Virtualisation gaining in credibility
With the launch of its latest infrastructure offering, Infrastructure 3, VMware has claimed that virtualisation technology has hit the mainstream.
Jun 13 2006 1:44PM
Do Not Call register fears unfounded
Contact centre vendor, Aspect Software, has dismissed the current concern over the proposed national Do Not Call (DNC) register legislation as a “storm in a tea cup.”
Jun 8 2006 4:08PM
Kaz, Symantec partner on SMB security services
Kaz and Symantec have partnered on a new services agreement which will see the two companies move deeper into the upper SMB security market.
Jun 6 2006 1:22PM
3G adoption quickens its pace
After a slow start, 3G mobile services uptake in Australia is beginning show a quickening pace.
Jun 2 2006 10:29AM
Symantec kicks off data centre push
Symantec has made a bid for a greater share of the enterprise data centre market with the release of its Symantec Data Centre Foundation suite.
May 30 2006 1:17PM
Durie to step down as AIIA CEO
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) has announced that its CEO of six years, Rob Durie, will step down from the organisation in December.
May 29 2006 1:57PM
Podcasts gaining corporate cred
Podcasts are gaining in credibility as legitimate business communication tools according to several big-name tech companies.
May 24 2006 8:30AM
Shopping.com launches in Australia
EBay-owned online comparison site Shopping.com, has launched in Australia.
May 23 2006 8:30AM
Melbourne IT to acquire WebCentral
Melbourne IT as reached an agreement with the board of WebCentral to acquire 100 percent of the shares of the web-hosting company.
May 22 2006 2:43PM
SmartyHost admits to migration issues
SmartyHost has admitted to teething problems in the migration of its datacentre facilities from Primus to Optus.
May 15 2006 1:54PM
Digital music reshaping telco, mobile industry
The digitalisation of music is having a profound impact on the way the music industry, telcos and mobile handset manufacturers do business.
May 10 2006 3:44PM
Australia leading e-Government practice
Australia is at the forefront of e-Government practice if Special Minister of State, Gary Nairn, is to be believed.
May 10 2006 12:17PM
IT sector on rebound: Iemma
The IT sector has recovered from the dot com crash and has well and truly bounced back according to NSW Premier, Morris Iemma.
May 9 2006 3:40PM
NSW Government to overhaul ICT strategy
NSW Premier, Morris Iemma, has announced plans to overhaul the way the government spends its $1 billion annual ICT budget.
May 9 2006 2:54PM
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