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   Local internet content monitor seeks resellers
 Cisco in SMB market attack
 Telco ICT job growth slows: Badja
 Half retail supply chain may get tagged by 2005: study
 Microsoft settles US$1.5B California case
 Free utility converts docs into PDF files

 
 
 

Local internet content monitor seeks resellers
Internet security service provider MailGuard has opened a Sydney office and plans to boost its channel from 60 to 80 or more resellers. More...

Cisco in SMB market attack
Networking giant Cisco Systems Australia is looking to put pressure on competing suppliers D-Link and Netgear with a new SMB-targeted channel program dubbed Simply Cisco Engage. More...

Telco ICT job growth slows: Badja
Job ad numbers in the telco ICT sector have slowed significantly in the last six weeks, according to an ICT consultancy. More...

Half retail supply chain may get tagged by 2005: study
About half of Australia’s major retail supply chain companies will have been involved in Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tagging pilots or projects by the middle of 2005, if a recent European study is any guide. More...

Microsoft settles US$1.5B California case
A judge gave his final approval this week to the US$1.1 billion California antitrust settlement with Microsoft that was first brokered in early 2003, opening the way for some 14 million consumers and businesses in the state to file claims and receive a piece of the pie. More...

Free utility converts docs into PDF files
A small Australian software maker Thursday offered a free utility that converts documents into Adobe's Portable Document Format (PDF) files. More...

 
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