Telecommunications company Davnet is continuing to infiltrate corporate buildings throughout Australia, but now has extra ammunition on board in the form of Internet service provider Magna Data.
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Lufthansa Passenger Airline has awarded air transport telecommunications provider Sita a $US215 million contract to supply a global desktop solution, officials announced yesterday.
OzEmail shareholders have another two weeks to accept MCI WorldCom's proposed takeover following a two-week extension on the cash tender offer.
Ratings season began last week and it seems Cisco Systems wants to be in the running for the top breakfast entertainment program.
After three years as a key investor in Internet company Connect.com.au, AAPT announced yesterday it has bought the remaining 59.9 per cent equity from National Australia Investment Capital Limited (NAICL) and Sirius Technologies.
Australian IT managers appear to have similar concerns and needs as their US counterparts when it comes to storing data, Seagate Software is discovering.
Taking a stab at Australia's increasing skills shortage crisis, the IT&T Industry Skills Task Force is moving forward on its initiatives to encourage education and career awareness in the industry.
The Federal government's first attempt at drafting legislation to verify electronic transactions is narrow and light-handed, but does remove a lot of uncertainity surrounding electronic commerce, a source told Computerworld.
Kyocera Elect-ronics Australia, better known for its laser printers, is preparing to mount an attack on the local mobile telecommunications market with an official launch expected mid-February.
The Mater Hospital, Brisbane is still reaping the rewards of a 1995 decision to dump Cabletron equipment and install the then emerging ATM technology.
Transcom International announced plans last week to launch a telecommunications carrier that will focus on long distance telephony
services between China and Australia.
Telecommunications players and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) are gearing up for a busy year as plans to regulate Telstra's monopoly on the local telecomms industry move full steam ahead.
Industrial lubricants maker Fuchs Australia is gearing up for a busy quarter in terms of Internet development with plans to establish a Web site, trial virtual private network (VPN) technology and create an e-mail gateway.
Two years of regulatory work with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) may have finally paid off for Macquarie Corporate Telecommunications.
So said David Tudehope, chief executive of the company.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission yesterday rejected Telstra's undertaking containing proposed interconnection charges for competing carriers. The commission claimed the charges need to be halved to reach an acceptable level.