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News Briefs: DocuShare, Lexmark

News Briefs: DocuShare, Lexmark

New service pack for DocuShare

Fuji Xerox Australia has launched a service pack for its DocuShare software - a Web-based, document management system for storing and accessing data.

DocuShare Version 2.2 extends the features of the original software such as Outlook Client, integrating DocuShare's document management features within Microsoft Outlook. The service pack also includes enhancements to its Windows Client and LDAP Extension applications. Fuji Xerox has also added a new licensing option - a 30-day unrestricted trial licence.

Australian consumers lead market in multiple PCsDespite the pall surrounding the PC market, a report from Nielsen/NetRatings has pegged Australia as one of the countries with a strong consumer market.

According to the quarterly report, Global Internet Trends, key Asia-Pacific markets, including Australia, not only have some of the highest levels of PC penetration, but are increasingly looking to buy more.

"In Australia, over one in four households with PCs - nearly 1.2 million homes - actually own more than one machine," said Brian Milnes, Nielsen/NetRatings managing director for the Pacific.

Lexmark restructures APAC operations

Lexmark International has restructured its operations across the Asia-Pacific, with the managing director of Australian operations, John Boughton, promoted to vice president of finance and business development across the region. Henrik Stensfeldt will replace Boughton to head up operations in Australia and New Zealand, while Vivienne Horsfall has been promoted to Asia-Pacific marketing communications manager. Several new positions have been created, including the yet-to-be-filled role of managing director for South-East Asia. The restructure was prompted by Lexmark's growth in the region and its success in the service business in Australia, according to the company.


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