Microsoft Gold partner, Calumo Group, is offering nine months free use of its software as part of a program tailored to help organisations suffering from the credit crunch.
Telstra has placed its National Broadband Network (NBN) hopes at risk by lodging a non-compliant $5 billion bid that fails to meet coverage requirements.
Bids for Australia's National Broadband Network (NBN) are in and the tender is closed, signalling the end of the year-long battle that has seen vicious fighting between contenders and harsh criticism of the government's broadband policies.
Two weeks after a hosting firm's shutdown sent global spam volumes plummeting, some researchers continue to claim that junk mail rates remain dramatically down, while others say spam has already bounced back.
Fuji Xerox Printers has announced a new partner program called Channel 1st with deal registration, reseller rebates, sales and technical training and increased marketing funds.
A coalition of global e-tailers has launched its first Australian presence.
With an abundance of projects on the cards for 2009, the outlook for IT recruitment remains positive, according to Melbourne-based IT recruiter Peter Acheson.
An alternative dispute resolution (ADR) centre specialising in science, technology and intellectual property will launch on November 26 in Sydney.
Telecommunications franchiser and wholesaler, Telcoinabox, has reported a growth surge after shifting its focus onto the wholesale business.
The federal government’s proposed ‘clean feed’ Internet censorship scheme does not account for trends in social networking communities and will easily be circumvented by savvy Gen-Yers, according to a prominent network engineer.
Kanguru Solutions on Friday announced the first USB flash drive that also External Serial ATA (eSATA) connectivity. By using eSATA's 3Gbit/sec throughput, Kanguru's eFlash drive potentially offers five times the throughput of USB 2.0, which is 480Mbit/sec.
If a laptop is lost, now there is a new way to remotely shut it down -- just text it.
Cisco is reportedly shutting down during the year-end holiday season to save money, the first time it has done so in its history.
Singapore Telecommunications (SingTel) is being sued in a Singapore court for its use of the Mio brand name by Mitac International, which sells smart phones and GPS devices under the Mio brand through its Mio Technology unit.
Indian IT services company, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), plans to commercialize its WebHealthCentre, an online portal for medical consultations, healthcare information, and telemedicine.
A company owned jointly by Intel and memory maker Micron Technology started mass producing NAND flash memory chips using tiny 34-nanometer technology, the companies said Monday.
Internet security gurus and leading vendors are urging the US federal government to rapidly deploy security and authentication mechanisms at the top level of the DNS hierarchy, which is known as the root zone.
For the second time in less than two weeks, Apple updated its Safari Web browser by issuing version 3.2.1 Monday.
A US federal judge ordered Apple's newest executive to leave the company just five days after starting work because he might cause "irreparable harm" to his former employer, IBM, unsealed court documents show.
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