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Shoretel and Skype hook up for business calls

Shoretel and Skype hook up for business calls

Free calls into the office for Skype users.
Brett Winterford Sep 10 2009, 3:28PM Collaboration
Greens turn screw on HP over "hazardous products"

Greens turn screw on HP over "hazardous products"

Greenpeace says IT giant pushed back deadline to phase out toxins
John Sterlicchi Jul 30 2009, 10:59AM News
SMEs lack faith in police over fraud

SMEs lack faith in police over fraud

FSB research shows more than a third of small firms deliberately don't reportfraud or online crime
sara yirrell Feb 19 2009, 7:52AM Security
Samsung may take over SanDisk

Samsung may take over SanDisk

Consumer electronics and memory chip vendor Samsung is reportedly in talks to buy flash storage vendor SanDisk.

Staff Writers , Shaun Nichols Sep 6 2008, 9:28AM Hardware
Fears rise over IT jobs

Fears rise over IT jobs

IT is one of the last sectors to feel the bite of the credit crunch, but job insecurity is beginning to appear in the industry, report claims.
kayleigh bateman Aug 20 2008, 3:09PM Training & Development
CIOs confused over how to calculate carbon footprint

CIOs confused over how to calculate carbon footprint

Fujitsu Services survey finds lack of advice on what CIOs should be included in carbon footprint.
Rosalie Marshall Aug 12 2008, 9:22AM Hardware
A cloud of suspicion hangs over online security

A cloud of suspicion hangs over online security

Online services need stronger security if business users are to entrust their critical data to the cloud.
Jul 25 2008, 9:32AM Security
SAP and Business Object’s Aussie partners over the awkward phase

SAP and Business Object’s Aussie partners over the awkward phase

Business Objects and SAP’s Australian channel partners are getting over the uncomfortable phase of SAP’s acquisition of Business Objects and are meeting to get to know each other’s products.
Lilia Guan Jul 10 2008, 2:38PM Software
Fears over fee hikes in Labor’s ambitious broadband plans

Fears over fee hikes in Labor’s ambitious broadband plans

The Australian Federal Government’s ambitious broadband plans could potentially drive up consumer prices for broadband services, claims the Liberal party and independent telecommunication analyst, Paul Budde.
Lilia Guan Jun 23 2008, 3:19PM Collaboration
Opinion: Game Over

Opinion: Game Over

If your Xbox 360 stops working, the good news it will probably get fixed for free, even if it is out of warranty.
Ian Yates Jun 20 2008, 11:16AM Training & Development
Warning over Olympics Storm virus

Warning over Olympics Storm virus

Security organisations are warning of a new virus attack that uses the upcoming Chinese Olympics to spread a new variant of the Storm malware.

Iain Thomson Jun 20 2008, 7:22AM Security
Samsung sues Polaroid and Westinghouse over patent infringement

Samsung sues Polaroid and Westinghouse over patent infringement

Samsung is gearing up to battle Polaroid Corporation and Westinghouse Digital Electronics over Samsung’s claims of infringement of patents essential to the ATSC standard.
Staff Writers Jun 17 2008, 3:11PM Hardware
IDC says mobile device shipments up over five years

IDC says mobile device shipments up over five years

Just over two million mobile phone devices have been shipped into Australia in the first quarter of 2008 and 28 percent of those products were converged mobile devices.

Lilia Guan Jun 14 2008, 9:45AM Mobility
Webroot in the clouds over new SaaS service

Webroot in the clouds over new SaaS service

Australian resellers now have the opportunity to add Webroot’s new web and email security SaaS service to their portfolio.
Lilia Guan Jun 5 2008, 11:47AM Security
Developers favour XP over Vista

Developers favour XP over Vista

Software developers are still writing applications for Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Linux in preference to Windows Vista more than 16 months after its worldwide release..
Guy Dixon May 19 2008, 8:14AM Software
Two held over undersea cable damage

Two held over undersea cable damage

Two ships have been impounded in Dubai after satellite images indicated that they may have been responsible for the damage to undersea cables which left large parts of the Middle East without proper internet access.

Iain Thomson Apr 15 2008, 6:50AM Security
Confusion reigns over 3G iPhone

Confusion reigns over 3G iPhone

The Wall Street Journal's Walt Mossberg has retracted earlier comments that he expected a 3G iPhone to be on the market within two months. Now is it or isn’t it coming in two months?.
Iain Thomson Apr 10 2008, 6:47AM Mobility
Angels keeping guard over Australian ICT innovation

Angels keeping guard over Australian ICT innovation

As the Federal Government plans for the future with an upcoming review on national innovation, a group of dedicated investors want to lend their own expertise to ensure the growth of Australian ideas truly stay down under.
Ashley Clark Apr 9 2008, 6:41AM Collaboration
Google in trouble over data security

Google in trouble over data security

Organisations and individuals using Google's applications suite have no right to data privacy, a case in arbitration has shown.

Iain Thomson Mar 27 2008, 7:47AM Security
Trial over, Internode launches Naked ADSL2+

Trial over, Internode launches Naked ADSL2+

Following an exclusive four-month-long trial period, Internode has launched its first Naked ADSL2+ broadband service to the public today.
Liz Tay Mar 13 2008, 6:01AM Collaboration

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