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  • After difficult courtship, Telstra and PCCW tie the knot

    Telstra and Hong Kong's Pacific Century CyberWorks (PCCW) have put a rocky few months behind them to announce the consummation of their alliance.

  • Business briefs:

    A roundup of company news involving Oakton, CITEC, Infomedia, ITSP and Optus

  • Telstra names execs for JV companies

    Telstra has at long last released details of its joint venture companies with Pacific Century CyberWorks and the executives who will lead them

  • TransGrid adds optic fibre to network

    New South Wales electricity network management company TransGrid has confirmed optic fibre will be installed throughout its network by the end of the year.

  • Systems integrators broaden horizons with SkyNetGlobal

    Broadband wireless service operator SkyNetGlobal has formed alliances with two IT systems integrators and network specialists Professional Advantage and Allied Technology which intend to expand their portfolios of services offerings

  • Yost picks up Telstra spin-off work worth millions

    Yost Technologies has been awarded three contracts by European technology giant ABB Group for telecommunications installation and construction work estimated to be worth more than $A30 million over the next three years.

  • KAZ picks up Arthur Andersen client

    KAZ Computer Services has won a deal with Arthur Andersen's Melbourne office through which it will house the property management accounting system of Andersen's client Colliers Jardine.

  • COMindico turns to Open Telecommunications for IP software

    Listed telecommunications software supplier Open Telecommunications has won a multi-million contract for the supply of its openCallAgent software to be used in the construction of an Internet protocol network for COMindico

  • SeeBeyond dubs Blundell as alliances manager

    Global provider of e-business integration solutions, SeeBeyond, has appointed John Blundell as alliances manager.

  • HarvestRoad strengthens Asian focus

    HarvestRoad has made another foray into the Asian market through an alliance with Singaporean software developer ASPLinux

  • Corporate quarters

    Quarterly performance reports from Cisco, EDS, CSC, Network Appliance, and Netegrity

  • Harry Child squeezed out in Epicor restructure

    An organisational change to Epicor Software Australia and New Zealand has led to the controversial departure of former managing director Harry Child whose position no longer exists

  • Around the traps

    A roundup of personnel changes: who's in, who's out and who's on the way

  • Adaptive plays key role in Barclays global system

    Sydney Internet developer and systems integrator Adaptive Technology has played a leading role in the design and development of an online order system for Barclays Global Investors -- a first for the US investment community.

  • News briefs

    A roundup of international news involving Microsoft, SITA, IBM and the Bush administration

  • Commander plunges into Web hosting arena

    Commander Communications, the telephone manufacturing company that was led to an IPO last December by its IT industry veteran managing director John Dougall, plans to race into the Internet age through a deal with managed Internet services provider WebCentral

  • Optus wins ABC's digital TV transmission

    In a deal worth more than $175 million, Cable & Wireless Optus will transmit the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's (ABC) digital TV signals.

  • Hutchison to work with Vodafone on Optus bid

    Hutchison Telecommunications Australia Ltd. has signed a MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) with Vodafone Pacific Ltd. which will come into effect if the latter succeeds in buying part of Australia's second-largest telecommunications company Cable & Wireless Optus Ltd. (CWO), which is up for sale.

  • Outsourcing body tight-lipped on deals

    The Office of Asset Sales and IT Outsourcing (OASITO) has refused to provide the Senate with documentation on the government's bungled outsourcing program claiming 'commercial sensitivity'.

  • Code errors can't hide from JProbe

    JProbe Integration Portal for the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE), Sitraka Inc.'s new toolkit for building high-performance, reliable client and server-side applications, helps developers diagnose and eliminate code errors and inefficiencies.

  • Key to omnichannel CX is customisation

    In order to achieve success with omnichannel customer experience strategy, companies need to utilise user personas, while maintaining excellence across all channels, according to customer transformation service expert, Brad Starr.

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