Australian-based document software vendor, Intelledox, has added former Kaz commercial director, Michael O'Sullivan, to its board as part of plans to expand onto the international stage.
Australia cannot afford to repeat the mistakes it has made in past public infrastructure developments, warned the deputy secretary of the Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy at the third annual Broadband Australia Conference in Sydney today.
Singapore Telecommunications Limited (ASX:SGT) has signed a deal with three major television studios to allow the company's mio TV service to screen over 50 US shows as little as 24 hours after their US premiere.
Autron Corporation Limited (ASX:AAT) has completed the sale of its 49% stakes in Swan Symphony and Living Lotus to an investment firm.
Microsoft has built its massive software business by watching other companies take the lead in emerging technology markets and then following fast with competitive products that eventually become dominant once those markets begin to pay out.
ASI Solutions experienced a 50 per cent surge in its Intel server business during the financial year to June 30.
InfoPrint Solutions Company, a joint venture between vendors IBM and Ricoh, has appointed Phoenix Toner as its broad-based national distributor.
Proprietary software vendors, movie companies and the music industry aren't the only businesses that don't like pirates stealing, copying and reselling their CDs and DVDs.
NetComm (ASX:NTC) today launched two new gateway routers designed for use on Telstra's (ASX:TLS) Next G network.
A week after Microsoft released financial earnings dragged down by its online services group, the head of its online operations, Kevin Johnson, has taken a new job at Juniper Networks, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation has launched a new on-demand Internet broadcasting service.
A global glut of NAND flash memory chips, which store songs, photos and other data in gadgets from iPods to digital cameras, will continue for at least the next few months because companies have been slow to rein in production, according to DRAMeXchange Technology.
Twice as many Australian businesses are using virtualisation than the rest of the world, according to analysts.
Telstra, in conjunction with Netcomm and Sierra Wireless, has released a portable HSDPA, Wi-Fi and Ethernet router that can be used to share an Internet connection wherever there is Next G mobile network coverage.
The "spam king" was sentenced on Tuesday to 47 months in prison, with a ruling that the court hopes sends a message to other online criminals.
ASX-listed PC assembler, Optima, has appointed voluntary administrators to several of its business units.
A project launched Wednesday aims to create what is in essence a medical Wikipedia, an online encyclopedia focused on explaining conditions, drugs, procedures, medial facilities and other medical topics written by physicians and PhDs.
Now more than ever American IT workers fear the weakening US economy will impact their ability to find and keep jobs in high-tech, according to research released Wednesday.
Apple late Tuesday confirmed that a server problem has knocked out e-mail for some subscribers to its MobileMe sync service, and said it has been working since Friday to bring the system online.
Cisco announced plans to buy Pure Networks, a Seattle company that has developed software aimed at making home networking easier, for US$120 million.
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