A number of Australian sites were raided early Wednesday morning as part of a global sweep for software pirates.
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The Department of Defence has implemented an online travel booking system in conjunction with Qantas, as part of the Federal Government's push to bring services online.
A local ASP was locked out of Asia Online's offices this morning after trying to retrieve equipment that was being hosted by the now-defunct ISP.
Top Layer Networks is now offering components of its AppSwitch/AppSafe products as stand-alone products.
It's somewhat of a waiting game, but organisations are still clinging to the hope that B2B exchanges will deliver some benefits.
Local buyers of IBM products will be able to take advantage of new finance offerings, but won't be as fortunate as their US counterparts.
Both Unisys and Hewlett-Packard have announced price and performance improvements on their high-end server offerings.
While it's virtually unanimous that Web services will be an important factor going forward, some of the hype is beginning to die down as reality kicks in.
An online payment system based on the premise of electronic cheques is looking to breathe some life back into the local e-commerce market.
While Australian financial institutions scramble to keep up with best practice security, public key infrastructure (PKI) is rapidly finding its way onto the agenda. However, Ernst & Young warns that many financial institutions may be putting themselves at risk by jumping in headfirst.
IT service management group PinkRoccade has pulled out of Australia, citing a weak market and heavy losses.
ING Direct was offline from 11.30am as the system was shutdown so that interest payments could be credited to users' accounts.
As the IT industry waits in anticipation to see whether or not Windows XP will come to the rescue of an
ailing PC market, there is an almost equal amount of interest in how its reception will impact on Microsoft
The Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority (APRA) is leading the pace by being the first major regulatory body in the world to adopt Extensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL).
A mix of Microsoft products has proved to be a troublesome cocktail for local electronics company Hagemeyer.