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  • Fujitsu offers all-in-one answer to branch office data

    By Chris Mellor | 08 September, 2005 08:08

    Fujitsu Siemens Computer has launched a new branch office service called Dynamic IT to reduce the IT burden on smaller offices and improve protection of data.

  • HDS improves replication

    By Chris Mellor | 08 September, 2005 08:07

    HDS has run a survey and found that fire, flood and human error account for most data loss. Tapes can be unreliable and the fastest and possibly safest way of recovering lost data is from replicated data held at a remote site.

  • Microsoft releases accounting software

    By Elizabeth Montalbano | 08 September, 2005 08:04

    Microsoft has released new accounting software aimed at small businesses during its Microsoft Business Summit.

  • Ex-Microsoft staffer testifies on Gates' alleged obscene outburst

    By Julian Bajkowski | 08 September, 2005 08:00

    The world's biggest software company, Microsoft, could find its reception in China, the world's most populous nation, that little bit frostier after a former employee testified in a Washington court that chairman Bill Gates said the Chinese people and its government had "f*****" his company.

  • Microsoft shores up midmarket strategy

    By Elizabeth Montalbano | 08 September, 2005 07:13

    Microsoft is expected to reveal new products for midmarket customers and more details of Project Green, its long-term plan for its financial applications portfolio, at a conference for small and medium-size business customers.

  • ED flies high with Allied promotion

    By ARN Staff | 07 September, 2005 16:24

    Express Data is offering resellers the chance to score Flight Centre credits through an exclusive promotion with Allied Telesyn.

  • Aussie partners dominate Check Point awards

    By ARN Staff | 07 September, 2005 16:23

    LAN Systems, Dimension Data and Priority One have been named Check Point's Partners of the Year. The awards were presented during a gala dinner at its Asia-Pacific partner event in Bangkok, Thailand.

  • Oki backs St George

    By ARN Staff | 07 September, 2005 16:22

    Oki kicked off the launch of its new C9000 series of digital colour multifunction devices by signing on as a jumper sponsor for the St George/Illawarra rugby league team.

  • MY SAY: Debian consortium takes on Novell, Red Hat

    By Neil McAllister | 07 September, 2005 15:47

    Bruce Perens, one of the founders of the open source movement, took the stage at this year's LinuxWorld Conference in support of the Debian Common Core (DCC) Alliance, a consortium of Linux vendors pledged to build a common, standards-based core for distributions based on Debian GNU/Linux.

  • IBM considering new software distributors

    By Nadia Cameron | 07 September, 2005 15:20

    IBM's software division is to review its three distributors and will open up its portfolio to new players as part of plans to introduce specialisations.

  • BMC acquires knowledge management company

    By Denise Dubie | 07 September, 2005 15:14

    BMC Software has acquired a maker of knowledge management software in a deal that would equip it with service desk capabilities that it plans to incorporate into its Remedy and Magic product suites.

  • Targus goes for accessories growth

    By Nadia Cameron | 07 September, 2005 15:10

    Targus has created a new market development role to help it capitalise on growing opportunities for notebook and general IT accessories.

  • Juniper and Meru builds enterprise capabilities

    By Phil Hochmuth | 07 September, 2005 15:09

    Juniper Networks is to offer joint product packages to enterprises in conjunction with Wi-Fi VoIP manufacturer, Meru.

  • Sony starts building to order

    By Martyn Williams | 07 September, 2005 15:05

    Sony has begun a build-to-order PC business in Japan. The new service is an attempt to win customers away from major PC retailers and comes at a time of increasing competition in the local market.

  • Sun completes $4.1bn purchase

    By Elizabeth Montalbano | 07 September, 2005 15:02

    As expected, Sun Microsystems has completed its $US4.1 billion purchase of Storage Technology. The deal was first announced June 2.

  • GBT launches new website

    By ARN Staff | 07 September, 2005 14:56

    Global Business Technology (GBT) has been given a new website to mark its transition into the Zircon business.

  • Trainer delivers formal complaint on Clickstart

    By Nadia Cameron | 07 September, 2005 14:53

    A former Clickstart training provider has lodged an official complaint with Consumer Affairs Victoria against its proprietor, David Meeson, in a bid to claim back monies owed for services.

  • Datacom lands $10m Norfolk Group deal

    By Julia Talevski | 07 September, 2005 14:51

    Datacom has secured a three-year services contract with Norfolk Group Holdings worth $10 million.

  • Clearswift signs up new partners

    By Nadia Cameron | 07 September, 2005 14:49

    Clearswift has swelled its reseller ranks, adding Adelaide-based integrator, Vectra Corporation, and disaster recovery provider, Classic Blue, as premium partners.

  • Strike three for Fortinet

    By Louis van Wyk | 07 September, 2005 14:47

    Building its channel is a top priority for Fortinet's new Australia and New Zealand boss, Steve Clack. He is the third person to hold this position in less than two years.

  • A marriage made in heaven

    Synology designs its NAS boxes with these traits in mind, and the newly released DiskStation DS1815+ model marries high- capability hardware with an operating system (DSM) that is widely regarded as one of the most innovative in the NAS business.. Read more

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