Stories by Caitlin Fitzsimmons

  • The fabulous Fisk boys

    The grandsons of radio pioneer Sir Ernest Fisk, Jonathan and Martin Fisk share a passion for technology, an entrepreneurial spirit and a love of the wilderness.

  • Building a lasting relationship

    It's boom time for the IT industry, with a bullish economy and a rising demand for e-commerce, but systems integrators still face a number of tough challenges. Caitlin Fitzsimmons reports

  • Microsoft support under reseller fire

    A Rockhampton-based reseller has challenged Microsoft's commitment to product support despite reassurances the software giant stands by its promise of unlimited free support for resellers under the Direct Access program.

  • Digital cameras: Business snap to it!

    No longer just a novelty, digital cameras have moved beyond their backwater niche into the mainstream business world. Companies both large and small, across all industry sectors, are using digital imaging to improve business processes, record inventory and create online marketing materials.

  • BCAIT launches enterprise services

    A demand for enterprise-level services in the small end of town has prompted Australian IT services company BCAIT to offer remote network management to medium-sized companies of 100 to 1000 seats.

  • Channel welcomes Microsoft licensing changes

    Despite the fact that Microsoft's new enterprise licensing structure announced last week involved a price hike over its predecessor, it is still proving to be popular with resellers and even end users alike, channel partners claimed.

  • Channel Makes It Soe for GMT

    UK-based software development company Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) is looking for resellers to vamp up its Australian presence. Taking a two-pronged approach to its channel strategy, the company is looking for systems administrators to sell its enterprise solution Make It Soe and retailers to sell its consumer product The J Box.