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Aussie firm brings streaming TV into jail cells
One of the more unusual PC markets.
CodePlex: Microsoft's last chance at opening up
Open source community sceptical over vendor's open source aims.
A good Oracle for Sun
Oracle’s acquisition of Sun won’t kill off its open source applications.
IDC's Linux survey shows market is ripe for resellers
IT integrators/resellers take note, the global recession is accelerating Linux in the enterprise - take advantage now, says IDC.
Microsoft still in race for Australian school laptops: VIC
Microsoft-based laptops aren’t too expensive to meet the Federal government’s promise of a computer for every school-aged student, according to the Victorian Department of ...
Opinion: Is Linux a solution for the school laptops program?
Con Zymaris, CEO of long-running Linux firm Cybersource, gives CRN his suggestion for getting the best value out of the NSW Government’s laptop for senior school children.
Open Source product gets a facelift
allocPSA - an open source professional service automation product – gets an upgrade.
Cybersource wants Linux on white-boxes
Open source evangelist Con Zymaris wants Australian PC assemblers to consider selling dual-boot Windows and Linux systems with a new plan that he claims would “double their ...
Cybersource takes Microsoft war to ACCC
Open source provider Cybersource has filed a complaint against Microsoft with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, alleging the US software giant has unfairly ...
Cybersource calls for open tendering
Open source supplier Cybersource has accused some state education departments of doing "private deals" with Microsoft excluding all other vendors that supply competing system ...
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KPMG acquires Melbourne service provider
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ACCC to pursue Apple for bricking iPhones
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