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SolveIT bought by Schneider Electric

SolveIT bought by Schneider Electric

Adelaide mining, supply chain software maker snapped up.
Ry Crozier Sep 3 2012, 9:44AM Software
Q3 processor demand weak

Q3 processor demand weak

But things are looking up, says IDC.
Tom Brewster Nov 15 2010, 8:16AM Hardware
Update: Apple delays Australian iPad launch

Update: Apple delays Australian iPad launch

Telcos Telstra, Optus and VHA announce they will carry the device.
Ry Crozier Apr 15 2010, 8:21AM Mobility
HP revamps infrastructure strategy

HP revamps infrastructure strategy

Attempts to combat uncertain demand.
Martin Courtney Nov 6 2009, 3:12PM Hardware
IBM hungry for more software acquisitions

IBM hungry for more software acquisitions

Interview with IBM Software SVP, Steve Mills.
Brett Winterford Oct 28 2009, 12:14AM Software
Gartner: Technology sales have bottomed out

Gartner: Technology sales have bottomed out

Things can only get better but recovery will be slow.
Iain Thomson Oct 14 2009, 3:32PM Strategy
Gartner sees end to PC market drought

Gartner sees end to PC market drought

Revises forecast to reflect sunnier times.
Sam Trendall Sep 24 2009, 3:33PM Hardware
Dell looks to Windows 7 for recovery

Dell looks to Windows 7 for recovery

Profits fall 23 percent.
Iain Thomson Aug 28 2009, 11:37AM Hardware
Dell cautiously predicts recovery

Dell cautiously predicts recovery

IT giant sees light at the end of the tunnel as product demand 'stabilises'.
Phil Muncaster Jul 15 2009, 9:02AM News
Cisco to develop TV videoconferencing system

Cisco to develop TV videoconferencing system

Company expanding consumer offerings as demand for networking solutions falls.
Rosalie Marshall Jul 8 2009, 9:24AM News
Redundancies see demand for outsourced project management services

Redundancies see demand for outsourced project management services

Pete Swan recently appointed managing director of Australian project services firm, PM-Partners group, said increased demand for the delivery or management of projects was being driven by a reduction in workforces.
Staff Writers Apr 29 2009, 10:00AM Collaboration
Virtualisation fails to dent server demand

Virtualisation fails to dent server demand

Worldwide server sales grew 3.5 percent year over year to US$13 billion in the first quarter of 2008, according to IDC..
Robert Jaques May 29 2008, 3:52PM Hardware
Demand for more IT services in WA

Demand for more IT services in WA

To cash in on the high demand for IT services and products in Western Australia, IT provider Westway Nominees has gone on the acquisition trail, netting its first buy with another WA IT service provider, Reynolds Technology.
Lilia Guan Jan 23 2008, 1:48PM Services
Global PC demand beats expectations

Global PC demand beats expectations

HP takes the crown in terms of shipments, followed by Dell.
Clement James Jul 20 2007, 7:32AM Hardware
Mytalk picks Hostworks to handle demand

Mytalk picks Hostworks to handle demand

Hostworks becomes an applications outsourcing provider to Southern Cross Broadcasting.
Lilia Guan Jun 26 2007, 10:30AM Software
Video fuels demand for web-connected TVs

Video fuels demand for web-connected TVs

Analysts warn of home networking market in transition.
Robert Jaques Feb 7 2007, 2:41PM Hardware
Demand for blades and x86 boxes

Demand for blades and x86 boxes

Worldwide server revenues reach US$13bn in the third quarter of 2006. Strong demand for blades and x86 servers helped push worldwide server shipments by 9.1 per cent compared to the same quarter last year, new research has reported.
Robert Jaques Nov 24 2006, 9:16AM Hardware
VoIP demand fuels My Net Fone

VoIP demand fuels My Net Fone

My Net Fone has announced that it has received greater than expected demand for its VoIP services since listing on the ASX in May.
Staff Writers Jul 17 2006, 11:49AM Collaboration
ACCC demand honest product claims

ACCC demand honest product claims

The federal court has issued orders to a company for allegedly misrepresenting that a mobile phone accessory reduced radiation.
Staff Writers Nov 4 2004, 12:00AM Hardware
Distributor targets demand for low-cost thin client conversion

Distributor targets demand for low-cost thin client conversion

A new distributor plans to take advantage of an explosion of interest in customisable thin client offerings, signing up to sell New Zealand vendor Asterisk’s hybrid thin client Linux workstations and fat-to-thin conversion devices.
Fleur Doidge Sep 7 2004, 12:00AM Software

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