Google's Global Product Manager for the Google Search Appliance, Cyrus Mistry, spoke with Computerworld Australia editor, Trevor Clarke, about enterprise search and why it is a different game to Web search
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Researchers and vendors will be able to test their applications and equipment on a fully operational model of the National Broadband Network within two months.
ICT recruitment firm, Peoplebank, has signed an On-Hire Labour Agreement with the Federal Government, giving it a streamlined process for hiring international contractors under the 457 visa program.
The Federal Government’s NBN plans for the bush are getting a kick start with an initial $250 million investment for backbone fibre optic transmission links announced by the Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, Senator Stephen Conroy.
A leading telco analyst has expressed surprise and disappointment at Optus’ decision to join the Federal Government’s controversial Internet filtering trial.
Virtualisation vendor, VMware, has achieved a new milestone, announcing it has certified 1000 professionals in the Australian market.
Whether we like it or not, survival for politicians is about managing public perceptions. Lose the punters’ support through a lack of common sense and stubbornness and you sink. Come across as logical, determined and down-to-earth and you swim.
The Federal Government has ruled out building a super datacentre and moving to a sole supplier as part of the [[artnid: 268713|Gershon review|new]] changes.
Independent South Australian senator, Nick Xenophon, has spoken out against the Government’s Internet content filtering plan saying “there are better ways to deal with the problem”.
Australian ICT industry representative bodies have panned the exclusion of ICT infrastructure spending from the Rudd Government’s economic stimulus package.
Computer peripherals vendor, Logitech, has announced plans to slash its salaried workforce globally by 15 per cent and signalled intentions to revise down its 2009 growth targets for sales and operating income.
Australian Attorney-General, Robert McClelland, and Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, Stephen Conroy, have flagged closer relationships with the IT industry and ISPs as necessary to improving the nation’s e-security.
The horror year for jobs in the Australian IT&T sector continued through December with a 6.8 per cent drop in job advertisements, bringing the decline over 12 months to 37 per cent, according to the Olivier Job Index (OJI).
Sony Australia has not ruled out cuts to the local workforce as part of the Japanese company’s global restructuring plan.
An IT industry representative body has applauded the Federal Government’s use of Web 2.0 technologies in canvassing public opinion.