Fujitsu's consulting arm has expanded its Environmental Sustainability practice nationally.
A report released today by the Centre for International Economics (CIE) claims that Australian consumers would pay 15 percent more for broadband services if Telstra wins the contract to build and manage the new national broadband network.
UMPC specialist distributor, Tegatech, has signed a distribution agreement with Japanese vendor, Kohjinsha.
National Australia Bank (ASX: NAB) has purchased nearly 5 million shares in Reverse Corp Limited (ASX: REF).
CommQuest (ASX: CQU) intends to acquire Inspirus and InfoDial in a move which analysts predict will substantially increase the company's stock price.
The sale of Microster to IT vendors ComOps (ASX: COM) has been finalised.
QRSciences (ASX: QRS) has completed the planned acquisition of Diversified Opportunities Incorporated and is making the initial investment required to complete more acquisitions in the future.
Information Technology consultancy firm Ingena Group (ASX: IGG) continues to be an attractive investment prospect, according to analysts ABN AMRO Morgans (AAM).
Dark Blue Sea (ASX: DBS) has began its planned share buy-back, with a purchase of 139,000 shares.
Commander Communications Limited (ASX: CDR) is beginning to show signs of recovering four months into a turnaround plan designed to reverse the company's ill fortunes.
Juniper Networks is about to introduce new phone-home support services to discover and resolve security and performance incidents for customers. The company's goal is to help customers resolve problems faster -- and avoid troubles in the first place.
Taiwan's E-Ten Information Systems, is showing off three new handsets that run Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 at Computex, with all three set to launch after Acer's proposed acquisition of the company.
Starbucks began offering US coffee drinkers a way to get free Wi-Fi access at its shops on Tuesday, but some customers had a hard time cashing in.
Open-source database vendor EnterpriseDB Wednesday said it has appointed a senior sales executive from Linux vendor Red Hat as its new CEO.
Terremark is rolling out a cloud computing service, accelerating a trend in which servers and storage are being provided over the Web.
Customers of a number of leading CRM (customer relationship management) systems will be able to import large sets of company contact data at no charge through a service from data provider Jigsaw.
Hosting and digital infrastructure provider, BlueCentral, has made a raft of new appointments to accelerate its growth plans for the new financial year.
ASX-listed distributor, Cellnet, is making a concerted effort to build out its retail presence by opening up access to its telco, IT and accessories portfolio to retailers and mass merchants.
Hong Kong and China are the "most dangerous" places to surf the Web based on country domain, according to McAfee's annual assessment of the riskiest and safest places in cyberspace.
Yahoo Chairman Roy Bostock rejected charges by shareholder Carl Icahn that an employee retention package was designed to discourage a Microsoft takeover, in a response to Icahn released Wednesday night.
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