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Microsoft unveils Small Business Server 2008

Microsoft unveils Small Business Server 2008

Microsoft has revealed details of Windows Small Business Server 2008 ahead of the official launch of Windows Server 2008 at the end of February.

a Staff Writer Feb 25 2008, 7:45AM Software
IBM tones down Power6 for small firms

IBM tones down Power6 for small firms

IBM plans to use its Power6 processors to underpin a line of virtualisations systems targeted at small and medium-sized businesses.

Shaun Nichols Jan 31 2008, 7:35AM Hardware
Channel too small to burn bridges

Channel too small to burn bridges

Nintek’s recent demise shows the importance of good channel relationships.
Trevor Treharne Jan 30 2008, 5:06PM Strategy
.au registers its one millionth domain name

.au registers its one millionth domain name

The .au Domain Administrator, has registered its one millionth .au domain name. Only five years ago the tally was close to 250,000.

Staff Writers Nov 30 2007, 3:58PM Collaboration
IDC finds local small business plays hard and fast with technology

IDC finds local small business plays hard and fast with technology

IDC's latest study on the purchasing process in Australian Small Businesses reveals that they purchase technology in the same way they conduct business – very quickly.

Staff Writers Nov 27 2007, 7:03AM Collaboration
IBM intros small blades for small firms

IBM intros small blades for small firms

New BladeCenter targets branch offices and small businesses.
Shaun Nichols Oct 5 2007, 3:29PM Data centre
Google unveils small business search

Google unveils small business search

Web giant to help SMEs with customised site search.
Staff Writers Jul 19 2007, 7:40AM Mobility
Chinese small firms to spend big on IT

Chinese small firms to spend big on IT

Retailers still taking lion's share of projected $28bn market.
Robert Jaques Jun 5 2007, 3:29PM Collaboration
HP unveils self-managing back-up for small firms

HP unveils self-managing back-up for small firms

StorageWorks D2D backs up all relevant data automatically.
Staff Writers Mar 1 2007, 9:32AM Data centre
Small firms have big worries over VoIP

Small firms have big worries over VoIP

CompTIA study reveals wariness of IP telephony security.
Robert Jaques Jan 19 2007, 1:45PM Collaboration
Small firms in Asia spend big on VoIP

Small firms in Asia spend big on VoIP

Small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) in Asia will spend more than US$500m on internet phone calls this year, researchers predict.

Simon Burns Oct 11 2006, 9:38AM Mobility
Slow PCs biggest headache for small firms

Slow PCs biggest headache for small firms

Slow and unreliable computers are the biggest cause of irritation to small business employees in the UK, research has claimed.
Robert Jaques Sep 28 2006, 10:17AM Collaboration
AppleCentre Taylor Square spurns retail expansion

AppleCentre Taylor Square spurns retail expansion

AppleCentre Taylor square is to turn its back on further retail expansion in pursuit of a services-driven growth strategy.
Tim Lohman Jan 16 2006, 12:19PM Software
Symantec outlines boost for sales to small business

Symantec outlines boost for sales to small business

Security giant Symantec has outlined increased opportunities and support for resellers targeting smaller businesses -- including a new certification -- at its Vision forum in Sydney in the wake of its merger with Veritas.
Fleur Doidge Oct 11 2005, 5:31PM Security
Microsoft hooks into small business accounting

Microsoft hooks into small business accounting

Microsoft is making a play at the low-end accounting software market with plans to introduce a new member to the Office desktop suite family codenamed Magellan.
Barbara Darrow Nov 8 2004, 12:00AM Finance
Small businesses need help choosing an ISP: ACA

Small businesses need help choosing an ISP: ACA

Evaluating different offers from ISPs was the number one problem for small businesses trying to decide which choice to opt for, according to a survey conducted by the Australian Communications Authority (ACA).
Staff Writers Oct 5 2004, 12:00AM Hardware
Channel model, iBurst pay off for small distributor

Channel model, iBurst pay off for small distributor

Sydney broadband provider Techex has swapped direct sales dominance for an 80 percent channel model, opening offices and signing resellers on the strength of iBurst and a string of other broadband-related services.
Fleur Doidge Aug 30 2004, 12:00AM Mobility
Small Business Server a hit

Small Business Server a hit

Microsoft's Small Business Server is a remarkable hit, said a research firm this week as it released the results of a survey that claimed an astounding 86 percent of small- and mid-sized businesses either use the server bundle or are planning to deploy it.
Gregg Keizer , Gregg Keizer Aug 10 2004, 12:00AM Software
PeopleSoft targets small business with new software

PeopleSoft targets small business with new software

Hoping to capture more customers in the fast-growing small business market, PeopleSoft has unveiled a suite of enterprise applications combining industry-specific business processes, implementation services and hardware.
Beth Bacheldor May 4 2004, 12:00AM Software
Linux no good for small business: Microsoft

Linux no good for small business: Microsoft

Microsoft small business sales VP Steve Guggenheimer took a swipe at Linux while pushing Small Business Server 2003 to partners at Microsoft’s Australia and New Zealand partner conference at the Gold Coast on Tuesday.
Fleur Doidge Nov 26 2003, 12:00AM Software

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