HP will end its distribution agreement with Queensland-based Cellnet next month.
Dicker Data has inked a distribution deal with Netgear to kick off its networking business.
StoresOnline has been permitted to go ahead with its next round of Australian workshops, despite a ruling that the US e-commerce apps reseller had in fact breached previous rulings on its retail behaviour.
Techplus Distribution has inked a deal with Synetek Systems to take on its managed application service, MailRevive.
Several conference tracks were sprinkled with topics on attaining better power, heat and cooling efficiency with data centers, servers and storage architectures. IBM dedicated its keynote address to green storage initiatives. And Foundry Networks touted the efficiencies of its latest switch offerings.
IBM's global services organization is adding "health check" services to its repertoire of technical services for SOA deployments, looking to assist users dealing with issues resulting from poor planning or partnerships with inexperienced or so-called proprietary IT vendors.
IT managers have been advised to be wary of vendor hype surrounding storage virtualisation as it is a technology that is poorly defined, misunderstood and not widely used, according to Dr Kevin McIsaac, an advisor at research firm IBRS.
Hewlett-Packard officials are marking the 30th anniversary of the OpenVMS operating system's introduction by telling users of the software that it still doesn't have an expiration date.
Cisco Systems appeared to further distance itself from a tax scandal in Brazil, saying it can't vouch for everything its channel partners do.
As One Laptop Per Child prepares to ship its highly anticipated XO laptops in two weeks, it is developing a "supercharger," a mass battery recharger that will draw power from cows and yo-yos to help the laptops run longer.
Organizations and law enforcement agencies fighting spyware are making progress, but new tools in an antispyware bill stalled in the U.S. Congress could improve the efforts, a member of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission said.
Secure Computing has cut ties with WhiteGold, Coretech and ServerBits and brought Avnet Technology Solutions on-board in an overhaul of its distributor line-up.
U.K. mobile phone operator Hutchison 3G UK rolled out the Skypephone this week, a handset designed to simplify use of the Skype VOIP (voice over Internet Protocol) application.
BEA Systems made good on its promise to let a Sunday 5 p.m. Pacific Time deadline expire on Oracle's US$17-per-share offer to buy the company.
Dell CEO Michael Dell hinted that his company could be shopping for more acquisition targets, and that they could be larger than the companies it has acquired to date.
Microsoft built a custom Windows Mobile user interface for a new phone that T-Mobile USA expects to announce this week, evidence that Microsoft may be getting more serious about pursuing the consumer mobile market.
Verizon Communications posted net income of US$4.2 billion for the third quarter, up 19 percent from a year ago, driven largely by new wireless and fiber broadband customers, the company said.
News Corp. and NBC Universal debuted their joint-venture online video service Hulu.com with a private beta, adding a new rival to Apple's iTunes and Google's YouTube services.
People looking to walk into an Apple retailer and buy an iPhone with cash will be out of luck. The company is now accepting only credit or debit card payments for the devices so they can track who purchases the phone, according to an employee at the Apple Store in New York's SoHo neighborhood.
Schools in the U.K. are being are being urged to stop signing licensing deals with Microsoft by a government watchdog.
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