Stories by Helen Yeatman

  • Recall leverages N-Space remnants

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

  • ADI seals another deal

    Advanced Data Integration (ADI) has signed a contract to supply electronic document management systems to Bankstown Council, bringing its tally of council customers to 101.

  • Preventative medicine

    While the number of reported security breaches increased fourfold over the last 12 months, many companies remain heavily dependent on the effectiveness of antivirus (AV) technology, unaware of its shortfalls or the magnitude of the damage they could face if it fails.

  • Getronics gives TAFE a technology facelift

    Getronics Australia has secured a $750,000 deal with Kangan Batman TAFE in Melbourne that will see the service provider create a new technology environment for its college staff and students.

  • Logica scores two new outsourcing deals

    Logica continues to establish a strong foothold in the Australian market after winning two new IT outsourcing contracts with New South Wales state-owned organisations Eraring Energy and Pacific Power.

  • Integrity wins blue-ribbon award

    Australian wireless network specialist distributor Integrity Data Systems won the N+I Best Product of Show Award at the Networld+Interop technology expo held this week.

  • Peregrine: calling all resellers

    US-based software vendor Peregrine Systems is looking for reseller partners to help bolster its position as a provider of infrastructure management products and services to mid-tier organisations in Australia and New Zealand.

  • Quadtel procures Chinese telco deal

    ASX-listed distributor Quadtel has pounced on one of the many opportunities emerging from China's new market-driven economy, signing an exclusive supply contract with GWT Technology worth $25 million over the first 12 months.

  • CA consortium wins $29m deal

    Computer Associates, Iocore, Aspect Computing and NCR have teamed together to win a $29.7 million contract with the Australian Customs Service, representing a significant milestone for the SME market.

  • Quadtel snaffles $25m contract

    Quadtel has pounced on one of the many opportunities emerging from China's new market-driven economy, signing an exclusive supply contract with GWT Technology worth $25 million over the first 12 months.