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   Telcos one-fifth of corporate IT spend
 HP takes top print business direct
 eShop on eCorner hopes to turn epages
 Apple resellers starved of iMacs until September


Telcos one-fifth of corporate IT spend
IT spending by Australia's telecommunications sector grew to $1.949 billion dollars in 2003, accounting for 20 percent of the corporate IT spend locally, latest IDC research has suggested. More...

HP takes top print business direct
HP's Imaging and Printing division (IPG) would sell direct to 200 of its top customers under a new program aimed at maintaining its share in the market for 'converged' printers and copiers. More...

eShop on eCorner hopes to turn epages
Sydney-based epages distributor eCorner has signed up eShop, a new hosting company specifically formed to help push e-commerce platform epages to Australian SMBs. More...

Apple resellers starved of iMacs until September
Smaller Apple resellers may be left with no iMacs to sell for two months in the wake of an Apple admission that its next release of the popular line has been delayed until September. More...

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