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  • IBM misses target but posts gains

    By Stacy Cowley | 15 April, 2003 11:00

    IBM has missed analysts' per-share earnings expectations but posted year-over-year income and revenue growth during its just-ended first quarter.

  • Sun, Symantec team on IDS appliance

    By Paul Roberts | 15 April, 2003 07:57

    Sun Microsystems and antivirus company Symantec have announced that they are releasing a "no hassles" intrusion detection system (IDS) appliance targeted at the enterprise and service provider markets.

  • OzEmail cuts staff at SA subsidiary

    By Nadia Cameron | 15 April, 2003 07:56

    Call centre and customer support staff at South Australian regiona,l ISP SE Net, have been made redundant following parent company OzEmail’s decision to consolidate the regional ISP subsidiary’s customer support services into its Sydney head office.

  • Intel redefines desktop and mobile computing

    There's never been a better time for a business to refresh its devices. Intel offers a range of business solutions, from Servers to SSD, but also 2 in 1 products and also the NUC unit which is set to revolutionise your desktop. Click here to read more information on these products.. Read more

  • RSA cracks profitability problem

    By David Legard | 15 April, 2003 07:56

    Security and encryption systems vendor RSA Security has posted a net profit of $US1.7 million on revenue of $US61.3 million for the first quarter of its fiscal year 2003, the company said.

  • Brocade lays off more employees

    By Linda Rosencrance | 15 April, 2003 07:55

    Storage switch vendor, Brocade Communications Systems, has cut its workforce by 9 per cent, or 115 employees.

  • ASIC cracks down on insolvent trading

    By Brett Winterford | 15 April, 2003 07:53

    The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) is piloting a scheme designed to identify and engage with companies that are on the verge insolvent trading.

  • HP wins two huge outsourcing deals

    By Juan Carlos Perez | 14 April, 2003 12:00

    Procter & Gamble has agreed "in principle" to award a giant IT outsourcing contract to HP valued at $US3 billion over 10 years, the companies have announced.

  • NSW Police in $400 million IT infrastructure upgrade

    By Steven Deare | 14 April, 2003 12:00

    New South Wales Police expects a decision next month on its landmark $400 million proposal to Treasury for an eight- to 10-year upgrade of its IT infrastructure.

  • Report: WorldCom to change name to MCI

    By John Blau | 14 April, 2003 12:00

    WorldCom plans to drop its tainted name in favour of MCI as the bankrupt US carrier seeks to establish a new image with customers, The Wall Street Journal has reported.

  • German government receives Microsoft discount

    By John Blau | 14 April, 2003 12:00

    Governments and big multinational companies should take note of Microsoft's willingness to bend on prices in an effort to keep key accounts for its Windows operating system from wandering into the open-source Linux camp.

  • Netgear files US115 million IPO

    By Toni Kistner | 14 April, 2003 12:00

    Netgear, the number-two SOHO network equipment vendor behind Linksys Group, has filed an initial public offering for $US115 million. Netgear plans to trade on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol NTGR.

  • E-Store in liquidation

    By Brett Winterford | 14 April, 2003 07:38

    IT e-tailer E-Store has been forced into liquidation.

  • Brennan IT open a QLD office

    By Cameron Roberts | 14 April, 2003 07:38

    Systems Integrator, Brennan IT Group, has announced the opening of a Queensland office in the Brisbane CBD.

  • Internet fraud complaints up in 2002

    By Linda Rosencrance | 14 April, 2003 07:36

    The US Federal Bureau of Investigation's (FBI) Internet Fraud Complaint Centre (IFCC) referred 48,252 fraud complaints to US federal, state and local law enforcement agencies last year, triple the 16,775 referrals it made in 2001.

  • US lawmakers outlaw firewalls

    By Dan Gillmor | 14 April, 2003 07:34

    Since March 31, most corporate networks in Michigan have been using illegal technology. No, it wasn't an early April Fools' Day joke pulled off by the Michigan Legislature.

  • FBI asked to investigate leaked Siebel documents

    By Ann Bednarz and Linda Rosencrance | 14 April, 2003 07:32

    CRM software maker Siebel Systems said it has asked the US Federal Bureau of Investigation to investigate the leak of internal documents indicating that its customer reviews were less than stellar.

  • BSAA blasts parallel importation bill

    By Brett Winterford | 11 April, 2003 11:19

    The Business Software Association of Australia has blasted the Federal Government’s plans to legalise the parallel importation of software, claiming that the government has introduced weak if not ineffective countermeasures to ensure such changes do not increase the rate of software piracy.

  • Online bankers targeted by shysters

    By Cameron Roberts | 11 April, 2003 11:17

    The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) are warning Internet banking customers about the rise of fraud occurring via SPAM emails and fake Web sites.

  • Network Associates reports Q1 loss

    By Paul Roberts | 11 April, 2003 11:15

    Already plagued by questionable accounting practices and a US federal investigation, Network Associates said it lost $US3.7 million in the first quarter of 2003, after earning $15.7 million in the same quarter 12 months ago.

  • IDC: China, Taiwan to be Asia's next broadband stars

    By David Legard | 11 April, 2003 11:14

    China and Taiwan will see a rapid growth in the number of broadband Internet access subscribers and will begin to challenge South Korea, currently the largest broadband market in the Asia-Pacific region (excluding Japan), according to research released by IDC.

 

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