Internet service providers will receive up to $6000 per customer to supply broadband to the bush, after the government poured an extra $4000 into subsidies available under the Australian Broadband Guarantee (ABG).
If you are using Windows Server Update Services Version 3.0 or version 3.0 Service Pack 1, then the following might be important to you with the monthly security release for July only a week away.
Virtualisation vendor, Vizioncore, has replaced Infotronics with itX as it looks to build a national distribution network.
Swedish Match, the company which owns the Redhead and Cricket brands, will soon be using the Sales Account Management (SAM) package from vendors ComOps (ASX: COM).
iiNet is celebrating the popularity of its Naked DSL broadband services by boosting the quotas on a range of Naked DSL and ADSL2+ broadband plans at no extra cost to customers.
The NSW government has buckled and signed on to the federal government's $1.2 billion computers-for-schools plan after allegedly demanding an extra $245 million to cover implementation costs.
The Seven Media Group has announced that Harvey Norman will have the exclusive rights to sell TiVo when it launches in Australia on July 29.
Warranty services company, BP Computers, has terminated its relationship with Fujitsu PC after just eight months, claiming the contract was unmanageable.
The board at embattled ASX-listed integrator, Commander (ASX:CDR), has voted to retain CEO and managing director, Amanda Lacaze, for a further three years.
Enterasys Networks customers should be encouraged that the joint venture between Enterasys owner Gores Group and Siemens strengthens the vendor's product portfolio and financial wherewithal.
Telstra has become the third Australian telco granted access to Apple's highly anticipated iPhone 3G.
Salesforce is developing an e-commerce engine called Force.com Checkout, but for now only "native" applications that are built on its Force.com development platform -- as opposed to ones developed with other tools and then integrated with Salesforce -- can join the pilot program.
Global PC shipments were healthy in the first quarter despite an ailing US economy, according to iSuppli research.
Sydney-based software applications distributor, Zavanti, has inked a deal with data virtualisation and dashboard vendor, Corda Technologies.
Apple's iPhone will run on Intel's Atom processor by 2010, according to an analyst with US investment firm FTN Midwest Securities.
Microsoft on Monday unveiled projects to improve data portability between Office 2007 and other document file formats, including the design of a new translator for exchanging OOXML (Office Open XML) and HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) documents.
Have your say and vote in ARN's online poll. This week we want to know whether Macs are playing an increasing role in your business.
Contrary to news reports, Windows XP isn't dead, a US-based systems builder said today.
The Wi-Fi Alliance celebrated the first anniversary of the 802.11n draft 2.0 certification last week, and said the faster Wi-Fi technology's "upward trajectory ... continues unabated."
A deal between Microsoft and Yahoo doesn't appear likely to happen in the future, Bill Gates said in a TV interview on Friday.
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