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The Australian Federal government's "non-interventionist" approach to industry development has cornered the IT industry into fending for itself, according to Hewlett-Packard managing director for Australasia Bruce Thompson.
Acer has signed a strategic alliance with Powerlan to sell to and service the Australian corporate, government and education markets.
Hot on the heels of Unisys's application service provider (ASP) announcement on Tuesday, IBM has announced its own ASP program for software developers.
Seven months after the ACTU started Virtual Communities (VC), the Labor Council of NSW launched Get On Board Ventures "to correct " deficiencies in VC's model.
The continuing popularity of e-commerce security technology SSL (secure sockets layer) may be the key to the success of Intel's latest processor offering, the Pentium 4.
The Australian federal government has finalized its plans to lift restrictions on parallel importation of software, but major vendors and distributors are struggling to see a point to the exercise.
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Sydney-based software developer Peg Technologies has achieved the seemingly impossible, managing to sustain its issue price on its first day of trading.
The author of a new piece of company software should not be called upon to "stress test" that software, proposes outsourcing test centre executive Peter Pritchard.
The ABC's withdrawal from an online content provision deal with Telstra may not necessarily spell an end to advertorial financing options for the broadcaster.
The Federal Government has today finalised its plans to lift restrictions on parallel importation of software, but major vendors and distributors are struggling to see a point to the exercise.
The sharemarket is showing signs of rekindling its tainted love of internet stocks, with Australian sharetrading portal DaytraderHQ expecting to close its IPO two times oversubscribed.
Victorian public hospitals are replacing legacy human resources and payroll systems to prepare for the decommissioning of their existing Unisys systems from July 1.
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Internet service provider OzEmail may have sustained blows to its subscriber base after sitting in the UUNet bargain bin for more than six months.
The legal battle over a $20 million down payment lodged by eisa in its failed bid to purchase OzEmail from UUNet has generated its first gag orders.
Australia's digital future will remain undecided at least until next week, when the Democrats are expected to finalise their position on Labor's proposed amendments to the datacasting bill.
Canberra-based web developer eDIME has further secured its position as the Australian government's site manager of choice, with its completion of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation's website.
Melbourne online training application service provider Southrock Corp and German e-commerce company Teles AG are jointly setting up Southrock Europe AG.
The Internet Industry Association has accused the Australian Democrats and the Australian Labor Party of succumbing to commercial pressures and supporting ineffectual datacasting reform.
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