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Grey clouds hang over Australia's finance sector

Grey clouds hang over Australia's finance sector

Economics of cloud computing attract Australia's banks.
Brett Winterford Jul 26 2010, 9:49AM Software
Are you Australia's fastest growing reseller?

Are you Australia's fastest growing reseller?

CRN is excited to launch the Fast50: the channel's premiere awards list and a who's who of Australia's 50 smartest IT resellers. Up for grabs - a $75,000 prize package!
Sholto Macpherson Aug 4 2009, 3:52PM Strategy
IT professionals see gap in Australia's security services

IT professionals see gap in Australia's security services

In 2002, Murray GoldSchmidt and Jason Edelstein launched Sydney-based Sense of Security to provide independent IT security and risk management consultancy to Australian businesses.
Negar Salek Jul 10 2009, 11:00AM Security
Market City: Improving Australia's telco infrastructure

Market City: Improving Australia's telco infrastructure

Market City's preparation for its publication of 'Telecom Infrastructure Atlas 2009', revealed the importance of the relationship between telecommunications infrastructure and other infrastructure.
Staff Writers Mar 6 2009, 9:07AM Collaboration
Support fades for Australian net censorship

Support fades for Australian net censorship

The Australian government’s plans to censor all web content at the borders of the country looks in danger of coming unstuck.
Iain Thomson Nov 3 2008, 7:26AM Strategy
Tonnex cleans up as AF Australia’s authorised distributor

Tonnex cleans up as AF Australia’s authorised distributor

AF Australia has chosen Tonnex International as an authorised distributor for its range of IT & Technology cleaning products.

Lilia Guan Jun 20 2008, 12:11PM Strategy
Free 1GB upgrade for Tegatech Australia’s Eee PC resellers

Free 1GB upgrade for Tegatech Australia’s Eee PC resellers

Niche ultra mobile PC and tablet PC distributor, Tegatech Australia is offering all of its resellers a free one gigabyte (GB) of RAM upgrade for Eee PC in the month of May. Hugo Ortega told CRN he hoped the free upgrade would help move more volumes of the product.
Lilia Guan Apr 29 2008, 1:49PM Hardware
Australia’s communications industry agrees on broadband policy principles

Australia’s communications industry agrees on broadband policy principles

Australia’s communications industry has agreed on a series of “fundamental principles” that should be the basis for development of policy governing the broadband environment.

a Staff Writer Feb 26 2008, 2:14PM Collaboration
Will the interest rate rises affect Australia’s resellers?

Will the interest rate rises affect Australia’s resellers?

Our experts discuss The Reserve Bank of Australia increasing the interest rate
Staff Writers Feb 25 2008, 9:16AM Finance
Australia’s history goes online

Australia’s history goes online

Digital communications agency, Reading Room, has redeveloped the National Archives of Australia (NAA) website to give the public online access to fascinating records on the history of Australia.
Lilia Guan Dec 3 2007, 12:47PM Mobility
What can be done to improve Australia’s IT skills shortage?

What can be done to improve Australia’s IT skills shortage?

The Government does its bit to fund silicon chip research, but still the IT jobs crisis looms
Staff Writers Nov 16 2007, 10:12AM Training & Development
iPrimus plants Australia’s first Green Broadband program

iPrimus plants Australia’s first Green Broadband program

iPrimus has teamed up with Landcare Australia and launched Australia’s first Green Broadband plan which aims to assist its customers to reduce their carbon footprint.
Mitchell Bingemann Nov 6 2007, 9:38AM Collaboration
PartyPoker under siege

PartyPoker under siege

Australia’s most widely used poker website has become the target of a global phishing scam today, according to security vendor Websense.
Negar Salek Feb 22 2007, 3:06PM Security
Telstra propose biggest rollout in Australia's history

Telstra propose biggest rollout in Australia's history

Telco giant seeking $600 million in funding for the widespread broadband plans
Staff Writers Jan 17 2007, 1:33PM Collaboration
Australia's largest residential VoIP installation goes live

Australia's largest residential VoIP installation goes live

Australia's largest residential VoIP installation was launched in Melbourne this week with the opening of Central Equity's Melbourne Tower and City Tower apartment buildings.
DVD Editor , Ron Osborn , Rob Osborn Oct 21 2004, 12:00AM Collaboration

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