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Microsoft to raise Australian Office 365 prices

Microsoft to raise Australian Office 365 prices

First price hike since product was launched locally in 2013.
Ry Crozier Sep 28 2017, 12:55PM Software
Opera picks Dell for datacentre server refresh

Opera picks Dell for datacentre server refresh

Transition will increase performance.
Jun 25 2010, 11:38AM Software
HP expands unified comms and collaboration portfolio

HP expands unified comms and collaboration portfolio

New services promise to lower costs and increase performance.
Dan Worth Mar 23 2010, 8:44AM Collaboration
Malware plague continues unabated

Malware plague continues unabated

2009 on course to break all records for new malware samples.
Shaun Nichols Jul 24 2009, 8:21AM News
How to avoid IT price rises and renegotiate Microsoft licenses

How to avoid IT price rises and renegotiate Microsoft licenses

IT managers are being urged to renegotiate product and service costs with major suppliers for next year to beat an imminent local price rise of between five to 20 percent.
Ry Crozier Dec 12 2008, 4:58PM Collaboration
802.11n shipments increase 'dramatically'

802.11n shipments increase 'dramatically'

88 million devices expected to have shipped by 2013.
Robert Jaques Jul 2 2008, 8:35AM Mobility
Learning to increase profits

Learning to increase profits

Taking advantage of training courses offered by vendors is a fast-track way
for network-oriented resellers to make more from existing customers.
Staff Writers Nov 28 2007, 10:24AM Collaboration
IT increases profit for JB Hi-Fi

IT increases profit for JB Hi-Fi

Mass-merchant retailer JB HiFi says IT equipment sales have helped to increase overall sales.
Staff Writers Jun 12 2007, 7:00AM Finance
Outsourcing on the increase: META Group

Outsourcing on the increase: META Group

Eighty percent of organisations will outsource at least one function by 2005, according to one industry analyst.
Staff Writers Aug 11 2004, 12:00AM Hardware
ASUSTek to increase local channel

ASUSTek to increase local channel

Taiwanese hardware vendor ASUSTek Computer is ramping up in Australia, opening an office locally and outlining plans to expand its distribution channel.
Fleur Doidge Oct 15 2003, 12:00AM Hardware

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