Stories by Helen Yeatman

  • Security market to explode

    In a time when companies are rationalising and re-calibrating their IT budgets, security is one area that will not feel the blade of the cost-cutting scalpel.

  • Making outsourced apps a reality

    Outsourcing has companies scared of losing control over their applications, being over-charged and not having access to the "hot" skills they were promised. To override these fears, organisations must safeguard themselves, according to one industry analyst.

  • Kingston RAMS into SI market

    Kingston Technology is wooing Australia's systems integrators to use its ValueRAM products in white-box systems, with Award One Technology one of the first to standardise its server memory using the brand.

  • Kingston ValueRAMs into white-box market

    Kingston Technology is wooing Australia's systems integrators to use its ValueRAM products in white-box systems, with Award One Technology one of the first to standardise its server memory using the brand.

  • A man of Renown

    With more than 30 years of experience in the IT industry, Colin Walker, founder of e-business company Renown Data Systems, knows what it takes to survive.

  • Prophecy broadens its US sales reach

    Adelaide-based software developer Prophecy International is ramping up its sales operations in the US, announcing a new partnership with US IT solutions provider Office Technology Solutions.

  • IDC: Australia's IT spending to increase

    The storm clouds are parting, according to global market intelligence and advisory company IDC. Its latest report indicates that relatively few organisations are planning to cut IT spending over the coming year and business confidence is comparatively high.

  • Toshiba EID goes direct in Brisbane

    Toshiba EID (Electronic Imaging Division) has continued to roll out its direct-selling strategy in metropolitan regions, announcing the direct sales and service of its copiers, fax machines and digital printing products in Brisbane.

  • Powerlan expands Amex contract

    Powerlan's financial software division, IMX, has signed a global three-year contract with American Express that will see IMX products installed in 40,000 more sites globally.

  • ANZ banks on SecureNet

    Australian Internet security software company SecureNet has signed a three-year service agreement with the ANZ Bank that is anticipated to generate revenues in excess of $8 million for SecureNet.

  • IMX expands Amex contract

    Powerlan's financial software division, IMX, has signed a global three-year contract with American Express that will see IMX products installed in 40,000 more sites globally.