Stories by Helen Yeatman

  • Powerlan shuts down Canberra operation

    ASX-listed services group Powerlan has divested itself of another of its "non-core" business units, this time drawing the curtains on its Canberra branch. The divestment is a strategic move for Powerlan, which is currently recalibrating its core business initiatives.

  • Symantec tackles ‘three-headed monster'

    With the advent of the most insidious IT security threat to organisations -- the "blended" virus -- and in response to consumer demand for an all-in-one security solution that is easier to deploy and manage, Symantec has launched the Gateway Security appliance.

  • Tower skyrockets into Asia

    Tower Technology has signed two new Asian resellers as the software developer makes its assault on the Singapore and Hong Kong markets.

  • Citadel signs on Top Layer

    Citadel Securix has secured a partnership with network security provider Top Layer Networks that will see the reseller take Top Layer's range of security solutions to market.

  • Beware the Dell fine print

    The ACCC is not the only organisation to take aim at Dell recently, with research company Gartner warning the vendor's customers not to be blinded by Dell's low-price marketing.

  • XP, Internet security fuel strong software sales

    Business software sales through the retail channel have increased 8 per cent year on year, according to market analyst Inform, and Windows XP and Internet security software have been the key drivers behind the gain.

  • BenQ banks on Golden boy

    BenQ is skating on the image of Australia's first Winter Olympic gold medallist, Steven Bradbury, after the peripherals manufacturer signed up the king of the ice for its latest advertising campaign.

  • Recall leverages N-Space remains

    Australian Web developer Recall Design is ramping up its content management system offering after sifting through the remains of its collapsed competitor N-Space, acquiring its intellectual property and key staff.

  • EBS cashes in on non-bank ATM market

    Electronic Banking Solutions (EBS) is currently seeking associate resellers to partner with, following its appointment as NCR Australia's master reseller for its EasyPoint 55 and EasyPoint 53 ATMs.

  • Nexon revamps ADSL reseller program

    Broadband and security services provider Nexon Asia-Pacific has overhauled its reseller program, offering its channel partners a new fixed monthly income for the resale of its ADSL services.