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  • New FXP to audit distributors

    By Brian Corrigan | 02 April, 2003 07:30

    Fuji Xerox Phaser Printing (FXPP) has merged with the printer business of Fuji Xerox Australia (FXA) to form a single, channel-focused business.

  • AMD, Fujitsu combine flash memory operations

    By Agam Shah | 02 April, 2003 07:30

    Creating what it hopes will be a formidable force in the worldwide flash memory chip market, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has agreed to form a new company with Fujitsu that will include both companies' entire flash memory operations.

  • Melbourne IT slapped for improper marketing

    By ARN Staff | 02 April, 2003 07:30

    Domain Name registrar Melbourne IT has been slapped on the wrist by the Australian Domain Authority (auDA) for resorting to improper business practices.

  • Silicon Memory Technologies sheds light on partnering with Seagate

    Mobile printing has never been easier. For a busy office, reliable and easy-to-use tools are essential. Samsung's latest smart printers are equipped for wireless printing from mobile devices. Find out more about what is all about.. Read more

  • Microsoft delivers Wi-Fi update for XP

    By Ed Scannell | 02 April, 2003 07:30

    Trying to enhance the appeal of Windows XP among wireless users, Microsoft has announced it is making a free upgrade available that supports the Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) with a new security solution from the Wi-Fi Alliance.

  • Australian Parliament sets up cybercrime inquiry

    By Sandra Rossi | 02 April, 2003 07:30

    The exponential growth rate of cybercrime has led to a parliamentary inquiry with public hearings planned for later this year.

  • Sendmail flaw puts systems at risk again

    By Joris Evers | 01 April, 2003 11:54

    Systems running Sendmail are at risk of hacker attacks because of a flaw in the way the commonly used email server software handles long e-mail addresses, experts have warned.

  • HP puts 802.11g in new notebooks

    By Paul Roberts | 01 April, 2003 11:52

    Newly-designed Compaq Presario notebook and desktop computers will sport sleek looks and be outfitted to burn CDs and DVDs, play games and view multimedia files. The notebooks will also provide integrated wireless LAN technology for the nascent 802.11g standard, according to HP.

  • IDC: Asia Pacific storage sales continue recovery

    By David Legard | 01 April, 2003 11:50

    The storage market in the Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan) grew 13.2 per cent in the fourth quarter of 2002 in terms of the total number of terabytes shipped, and 5.1 per cent in terms of revenue earned, showing a recovery from a 2001 and early 2002, according to figures released by IDC.

  • Dovetail becomes Secure distributor

    By ARN Staff | 01 April, 2003 11:49

    IT networking vendor Secure Computing has appointed Dovetail Distribution as sole Australian distributor of its new G2 firewall technology.

  • Forgotten resellers furious over schools tender

    By Brett Winterford | 01 April, 2003 11:46

    A preferred supply arrangement between several large computer manufacturers and the Queensland Government has come under fire from the state’s resellers, who have pointed out what they see as inconsistencies in the tender process.

  • Sun broadens Linux backing

    By Paul Krill | 01 April, 2003 07:31

    Sun Microsystems will adopt commonly known Linux distributions for deployment on a range of Intel-based systems it is planning and will no longer offer its Sun Linux distribution.

  • IDC: China software market worth US$6b by 2007

    By David Legard | 01 April, 2003 07:30

    The market for packaged software in China grew 19.5 per cent in 2002 to reach $US1.98 billion and will grow even faster over the next few years, according to figures released by IDC.

  • Della Bosca gets NSW IT - and four other portfolios

    By Julian Bajkowski | 01 April, 2003 07:30

    Anyone hoping for the information economy to be propelled to new heights in New South Wales as a result of Premier Bob Carr's cabinet reshuffle may be disappointed as Labor's factional right poster-boy, John Della Bosca, takes over the reins as new IT Minister - along with four other portfolios.

  • Games market continues to thrive

    By ARN Staff | 01 April, 2003 07:30

    Recent research from Inform suggests that the growth in games sales is showing no signs of abating.

  • Kingston goes HyperX for power memory

    By Sarah Stokely | 01 April, 2003 07:30

    Memory vendor Kingston Technology has announced local availability of its new HyperX power performance memory modules, three months after the US launch.

  • Lifting the parallel bars

    By Brian Corrigan | 31 March, 2003 12:46

    The parallel importation of software into the Australian market for commercial purposes will be legalised within months after the Democrats supported the Copyright Amendment (Parallel Importation) Bill in the Senate.

  • MS antitrust - appeals court will hear trade group case

    By Nancy Weil | 31 March, 2003 12:04

    A US federal appeals court will hear arguments from two trade groups opposed to the antitrust settlement negotiated by the US Department of Justice and Microsoft.

  • Centrino-based Tablet PCs on the horizon

    By Sumnar Lemon | 31 March, 2003 11:56

    Despite the initial rush of Centrino-based notebooks into the market, Intel's Centrino platform isn't just about notebooks.

  • Survey - Windows Server 2003 adoption will be slow

    By John Fontana | 31 March, 2003 11:53

    Microsoft has wrapped up the development work on Windows Server 2003 and will ship the operating system on schedule next month. However, a just released survey by The Yankee Group claims that only 12 per cent of the current Windows installed base plans to adopt the new OS in the next year.

  • Comindico broadband gives ISPs new opportunities

    By Nadia Cameron | 31 March, 2003 11:50

    A new wholesale DSL product from network provider Comindico that promises ISPs access to unlimited bandwidth capacity has resulted in a throng of unlimited ADSL broadband service offerings being launched across the country.


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