Stories by Helen Yeatman

  • Integ retrenches six staff

    Integ Communications, which recently completed a $1 million contract to replace Tower Australia’s voice communications network, has retrenched six staff as part of a business restructure.

  • IDC gives storage resellers a rap

    Storage vendors must partner with vendor-independent integrators and service providers to maximise their product sales, according to the latest research from IDC.

  • WatchGuard announces new MD, new Firebox product

    Security appliance vendor WatchGuard Technologies has appointed Jeff Hurmuses as managing director of the Asia-Pacific region. The announcement comes hot on the heels of the global launch of Watchguard’s new generation Firebox X appliance.

  • Mydoom spreads gloom

    Mail servers across the globe are choking after the Mydoom mass-mailing email virus emerged last week, spreading at unprecedented speed.

  • FlowCom in receivership

    Flow Communications and its parent company, ASX-listed telco FlowCom Limited, have both been put into receivership by secured creditor, Crown Financial.

  • BenQ headhunts notebook guru

    BenQ has strengthened its local rank and file by snapping up notebook guru, Laurie White, who will take up the position of Notebook Business Unit Manager.

  • BMC appoints new Oz MD

    Paul Williams has taken the helm at BMC Software as the new managing director for A/NZ and will steer the business towards a channel-focused core business in mid-range enterprise management.

  • KAZ secures $4M deal

    KAZ Group has secured a deal worth more than $4 million with the NSW Department of Mineral Resources.

  • Powerlan dives into BPO with $9m deal

    Service provider and software vendor, Powerlan, has formed a wholly-owned subsidiary to tap into the burgeoning business pro­cess outsourcing market after landing a $12 million business process outsourcing (BPO) tender.

  • Analysts: Reign of the desktop draws to an end

    The traditional corporate PC landscape is facing a radical transformation over the next two years as consumers opt for notebooks, Tablet PCs and thin client PCs as their primary information device over desktops.