Stories by Cameron Roberts

  • Optus data centres relocated

    Telecommunications giant Optus claims that reports suggesting the death of its data centres are greatly exagerrated. Its data centres haven't closed, they have just been relocated to exchange sites, the telco said.

  • HDS signs up SecureData

    Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) has formalised a partnership that will see reseller SecureData granted platinum partner status for the sale of its new modular storage series.

  • Optus makes a profit

    Optus’ parent company, Singapore Telecommunications (SingTel), has achieved a 41 per cent rise in revenue, over the fiscal year to March 31, 2003.

  • Integ opens new division

    Voice and Data solutions integrator, Integ Communications, has announced the launch of Integ Cabling, a new division to complement its existing communications business.

  • NGO asks Governments to act on IT waste

    Non-government organisation, Total Environment Centre (TEC), has launched a campaign for ‘extended producer responsibility’ hoping to rally the NSW government to take action against manufacturers of environmentally harmful computer products.

  • Hard-sell for new 'super' department

    The NSW state government is touting its new ‘super’ department of commerce as being well positioned to deliver a range of improved services to the IT industry, but the opposition claims it is a downgrade of IT development and services.

  • New faces at HP

    HP Australia has two new faces in its consumer sales and national marketing divisions, announcing the appointmnet of Jamieson Yu as national consumer sales manager and new national marketing manager for the Imaging and Printing Group, Chris Brown.

  • Heavyweights tackle spam

    The fightback against spam has begun. The Internet Industry Association (IIA), Telstra and the Federal Government are cracking down on the increasing flood of unsolicited email being delivered to Net users.