Domestic and international travellers can now enjoy free fast wireless internet connectivity at 40 Qantas lounges nationally, following the completion of a new Optus Wi-Fi solution roll-out.
CA Technologies is focusing on delivering new solutions to balance the risks and challenges associated with cloud technology, according to its chief technology architect, Trevor Bunker.
[[xref:http://www.arnnet.com.au/tag/Optus|Optus|All on Optus][ has allied with Qantas to offer a program whereby the telco’s residential as well as SMB customers earn Frequent Flyer points through taking on products and services.
Tough luck if you're a Windows 7 fan. The nation's largest airline Qantas yesterday announced it would go Apple-only in its frequent flyer lounges around Australia, giving travellers access to "the latest generation Macs" in a national rollout.
Chris Seller is Qantas’ chief IT architect and head of Operations for its Corporate Services and Technology division. He has held senior IT roles at Qantas for more than a decade. They include a stint as head of IT for its Jetstar subsidiary. Seller took some time out recently to speak about Qantas’ cloud computing strategy and the issue in general.
IT service provider, Unisys, has cemented a deal with Australian airline, Qantas, for a self-service baggage check-in system.
Singapore Airlines is working with airline tech reseller, OnAir, to launch phone calls and in-flight wireless Internet services from the first half of 2011.
US-headquartered cloud software player, RightNow Technologies, has picked up a contract to provide fledgling wireless player, vividwireless, with its Web-based customer relationship management software.
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