Opera Australia has signed a two year deal with a telecommunications provider to supply voice, data and mobile services and an IP-based PBX to support its migration to VoIP.
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Linux Australia's battle against proposed copyright laws had the Attorney General's Department a tad confused yesterday.
UXC subsidiary Fieldforce has won a $22.5 million deal with the Queensland government.
UK consultancy Ovum has acquired US-based IT research firm Summit Strategies for $US1.2 million.
When mobile refrigeration manufacturer Waeco Pacific's productivity was restricted by an outdated ERP system, it gathered input from all departments to find a fix.
Australian financial services firm Bartercard has revealed it will use homegrown enterprise applications to launch its planned international trade network.
Financial services giant AMP has extended its outsourcing agreement with CSC for another four years in a deal worth $200 million.
To meet its high security needs, the Victorian Department of Justice (DoJ) has deployed 120 Linux-based TrimClient systems with image servers.
It isn't just legacy systems that can stifle an organization, but legacy thinking.
Financial services group KPMG has appointed Julie Fahey to head up its information, communications and entertainment (ICE) department in Australia.
Telstra-owned ICT services company KAZ has been awarded a $6 million contract to provide ICT services to Western Australia superannuation fund manager Government Employee Superannuation Board, or GESB.
Australian IT managers are already sold on wireless mobility but complain that infrastructure is still in its infancy and hampering broad adoption across regional areas.
A local supplier of digital video exploitation systems will develop and integrate video enhancements for General Atomics Aeronautical Systems (GA-ASI), a manufacturer of radar and unmanned aircraft.
Australian VoIP service providers must keep interception channels open for law enforcement following a legislative review which IT Minister Helen Coonan has endorsed.
The Australian Communications Industry Forum (ACIF) will host a series of workshops to develop Australia's framework for next-generation networks (NGNs).