With Branson's (and Patrick's) no-frills airline nipping at the heels of Qantas, the flying kangaroo has turned to 'vanilla' systems and managed services in a bid to cut IT costs and appease shareholders.
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Skimping on change management initiatives -- to compensate for technology budget 'gobbles' -- dooms IT projects to failure.
Australian business should look for innovative twists and apply business smarts to consumer-focused mobile applications, according to Finnish mobiles company, Nokia.
In what is becoming a common occurrence among carriers Vodafone Australia has outsourced its handset distribution.
A Sydney-based health provider has jumped the gun on the Government's national health information network concept - HealthConnect - and is deploying a Web-based clinical information system.
Using the term Web services tends to evoke the response of: what are they, and: how will they affect the way IT professionals do their jobs?
While B2B is still in its infancy in Australia, analysts predict Web services will have a big impact, especially on the corporate IT department.
Telstra has recommitted itself to a 3G network, but is unwilling to be the first one past the post.
The emergence of IP VPNs as a mainstream WAN service is inevitable, according to analysts Frost & Sullivan.
Even though the "dogs are baying" that Australia is behind in the broadband race, the Federal Government believes the nation's position in the "single lap" race is irrelevant.
IT's follow-the-sun strategy -- which lacks local and individualised input -- is frustrating users while concerns about quality, timeliness and method of IT support accelerate.
The mood among delegates on the future of the information and communication technology (ICT) industry at the World Congress on Information Technology 2002 (WCIT) is quite positive, according to an industry group poll.
A live video call using Third Generation (3G) wireless technology was made for the first time in the southern hemisphere at the World Congress on Information Technology (WCIT) in Adelaide.
Mobile-connected personal digital assistants (PDAs) got the thumbs up within the enterprise today from Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu.
The Australian Computer Society (ACS) has backed calls for the Australian Government to show greater leadership in developing the information and communication technology (ICT) industry.