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  • Cleaning up the Cisco house

    By Jennifer O'Brien | 17 March, 2004 17:48

    Cisco Systems is looking inward — and cleaning up house — as the company touts the benefits of mixing business process engineering with embedding intelligence into the network.

  • Cisco VARs should make advanced technology play

    By Jennifer O'Brien | 17 March, 2004 17:24

    As Cisco prepares for continuing growth, partners can expect to grab a slice of the pie in the advanced technology solution arena including IP telephony, storage, security and wireless deployments.

  • Telstra teams up with Net Return for CRM

    By Siobhan McBride | 17 March, 2004 16:49

    Hot on the heels of IBM and Optus announcing a partnership to deliver on demand software, Telstra has muscled in on the act and launched a CRM offering with Net Return.

  • AMD’s Opteron finally snares HP

    By Alison Turner | 17 March, 2004 15:59

    HP has announced that it will begin shipping Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) Opteron processor-based systems within its HP ProLiant family.

  • 3 ... 2 ... 1, your software is banned

    By Laura Rohde | 17 March, 2004 15:50

    DVD software provider, 321 Studios, has suffered another legal setback after a New York judge granted a preliminary injunction barring the company from manufacturing, distributing or otherwise trafficking in software that allows users to copy DVDs.

  • Foundry extends 10G to the edge

    By Phil Hochmuth | 17 March, 2004 15:13

    Foundry Networks this week announced 10G Ethernet switches that could help companies eliminate bottlenecks between the LAN core and edge, the vendor says.

  • Moving beyond BI into analytics

    By Jennifer O'Brien | 17 March, 2004 15:07

    Corporate modelling software that offer an in-depth look at the future have landed in Australia thanks to the recent launch of Mondelio.

  • iBurst wireless broadband lifts off in Sydney

    By Nadia Cameron | 17 March, 2004 14:32

    Wireless broadband wholesaler Personal Broadband Australia officially launched its iBurst wireless network in Sydney on Tuesday, following three years of development, testing and trials.

  • Local jump in viruses spawned: report

    By Steven Deare | 17 March, 2004 13:26

    The number of virus attacks originating in Australia leaped last year, putting it among the top five countries for virus generation, a new report claims.

  • Acer rewards the channel

    By ARN Staff | 17 March, 2004 12:25

    Acer Computers has presented its annual channel awards.

  • Harvey Norman goes to Rio

    By ARN Staff | 17 March, 2004 12:24

    How do you say thank you in style? Take a tip from Logitech. It took the best performing Harvey Norman proprietors of 2003 on a trip to South America, ending with in a visit to the Rio de Janeiro Carnival.

  • Letter indicates that states have set sights on P-to-P

    By Stacy Cowley | 17 March, 2004 12:00

    Peer-to-peer (P-to-P) file-swapping software makers could soon find themselves under closer legal scrutiny from the attorneys general of several U.S. states. A P-to-P industry advocacy group this week distributed a leaked draft copy of a letter apparently in the works from California Attorney General Bill Lockyer's office, promising increased scrutiny of the risks to consumers of P-to-P software programs.

  • Direct model won't kill channel: Acer president

    By Brian Corrigan | 17 March, 2004 11:40

    Acer has issued a channel battle cry and announced ambitious plans to double its PC, notebook and LCD monitor sales during 2004. The PC vendor shared its goals with resellers at a recent Channel Forum in Sydney with company president, JT Wang, flying in from Taiwan to rally the troops.

  • MS to work with governments on localising software

    By Joris Evers | 17 March, 2004 11:23

    Microsoft has announced it will work with governments and community groups to make Windows XP and Office 2003 available in more languages, a move that could be seen as a response to the advent of open source products.

  • StorageTek intros FICON drives

    By Deni Connor | 17 March, 2004 08:46

    Storage Technology (StorageTek) Monday announced that its SLA8500 and PowderHorn tape libraries now come equipped with FICON drives.

  • IBM targets 40,000 Linux desktops by 2005

    By Robert McMillan | 17 March, 2004 08:44

    IBM hopes to have 40,000 Linux desktop users within the company by year's end, but that doesn't necessarily mean that the computer giant thinks everyone should move to the Linux desktop, an IBM executive said Tuesday at the Open Source Business Conference in San Francisco.

  • Ballmer meets EU competition chief

    By Paul Meller | 17 March, 2004 08:43

    Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer is discussing the European antitrust case against the company with Mario Monti, the European competition commissioner in Brussels, a person close to the talks said Tuesday afternoon.

  • EMC division buys Xerox's askOnce unit

    By Stacy Cowley | 17 March, 2004 08:33

    EMC's content management software division, Documentum, has purchased Xerox's askOnce technology for integrating content from disparate data sources.

  • Microsoft's entry to stir speech recognition market

    By Joris Evers | 17 March, 2004 08:24

    Microsoft is about to stir the speech recognition market with the launch of its Speech Server products next week. The vendor promises speech recognition for the masses, but analysts warn that speech-enabling applications is not easy.

  • Microsoft to help ISVs form channels

    By Sarah Stokely | 17 March, 2004 07:37

    Microsoft has unveiled two schemes it hopes will help ISVs piggyback on its partner network to forge business and technology partnerships of their own.

  • Asus Chromebox: a simple business PC that won’t take up too much space

    The Asus Chromebox takes advantage of the Cloud to provide a small desktop that can be used by multiple users with ease. Read more

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