Westpac Bank expects to have finalised its decision on outsourcing partners sometime this calendar year.
Stories by Luisa Bustos
Cash-strapped online entertainment network K*Grind has been rescued from the brink of bankruptcy by Asian investors in a deal which will see huge cost rationalisations at the company.
LookSmart has ended its content deal with Channel E in favour of InvestorWeb, the global search engine announced last week.
A handheld point-of-sale system developed specifically for the Sydney Flower Markets has attracted interest from the construction and medical industries following yesterday's Software Showcase in Sydney.
Sydney-based e-business provider Creative Digital Technology (CDT) has won yet another award.
The development of workable privacy legislation has swapped camps from the House of Representatives to the Senate, yet an outcome is still not expected until later this year.
Curtin University in Western Australia has selected Getronics and RentWorks for a $30 million outsourcing and leasing agreement.
Web solutions provider HarvestRoad has formed a partnership with Red Hat Asia-Pacific to implement its Linux plans in the Asian region.
Telstra has signalled its "serious" commitment to the broadband world with the announcement that it is partnering with The Fantastic Corporation for the delivery of broadband multimedia services.
Dot-com incubator ePark has appointed three law firms as the first members of its Alliance Partner Program designed to assist e-business startups prosper.
Gearing up for its launch later this year, Cable & Wireless Optus-backed Virgin Mobile Australia has selected Telemedia Networks to supply its core billing and switching infrastructure.
Businesses who think they have successfully handled the GST so far can't relax yet, warns Kevin Lief, managing director of Pastel Accounting Software.
Law firm Mallesons Stephen Jaques has selected Enterasys and reseller Logical Asia Pacific for a $5 million networking deal, incorporating wireless and LAN technology.
Following the recent announcement of its plans to acquire DSL carrier VGI, NetComm has fast-tracked its plans to branch into the telecommunications services market.
Online voting company, Election.com, has landed in Australia and is already believed to be in discussions with the Australian Electoral Commission.