Sales and marketing technology group, RightNow, has published a report on ‘rules of engagement’ for enterprises looking to integrate social media utilities such as Facebook and Twitter into their operations.
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Sales of information security products in the Asia-Pacific region grew by 28.3 per cent throughout 2008, according to a report by ICT research institute Gartner.
Skincare giant Ego Pharmaceuticals has chosen SAP to upgrade its systems in a $2 million overhaul to boost its production and supply capacity.
An indication that the headquartering functions for the National Broadband Network (NBN) could be distributed between vying major cities has been welcomed by industry representatives.
Communications minister Stephen Conroy has announced the appointment of five new directors to the board of NBN Co Limited, the company set to deliver Australia’s $43 billion National Broadband Network (NBN).
Telstra has admitted to allegations of misleading and deceptive conduct by denying rivals access to its copper network.
National welfare agency [[xref:http://www.centrelink.gov.au/internet/internet.nsf/home/index.htm|Centrelink]] has launched a new speaking feature on its Web site for the visually impaired.
HP has announced three secondary colleges as the winners of its Innovation in Education (IIE) grants program for Australian and Pacific schools.
The acquisition will see OGS edge out MelbourneIT for the controlling share in Australian domain names, with more than 23 per cent under management.
An Australian trial of a bushfire detection system based on long-range cameras will only address part of the problem, according to the Bushfire Cooperative Research Centre (CRC).
Australian Business software and services company ComOps has won a contract with construction giant Watpac to deploy its safety and risk management software across Watpac's operations in the next three months.
Google’s Australian trial of new real estate aggregation service as part of Google Maps has raised the ire of media heavyweights Fairfax and News Limited.
Vodafone has reduced the price of its Prepaid Mobile Broadband Starter Pack from $149 to $129 or $119 if bought online.
The Federal Government has hit the Opposition with a $24,000 fee to access documents concerning the fate of the original National Broadband Network proposal.
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has released a second tender seeking mainframe developers and technical specialists for its Enterprise Applications team, on the back of another put out in June.