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iTunes movies - a step back?

iTunes movies - a step back?

Matthew JC. Powell reckons the digital revolution isn’t here yet
Matthew JC Powell Feb 25 2008, 9:18AM Services
Australian SMBs step up the pace in consolidation and virtualisation

Australian SMBs step up the pace in consolidation and virtualisation

Australian SMBs are stepping up the pace on consolidation and virtualisation services said an IDC report. However there aren't "enough good IT service" providers available available in the SMB space.

Lilia Guan Feb 21 2008, 2:45PM Collaboration
Hackers step up website attacks

Hackers step up website attacks

Trend Micro has warned that hackers are intensifying attacks on legitimate websites to spread malware.

Clement James Feb 21 2008, 7:18AM Security
Microsoft business chief to step down

Microsoft business chief to step down

The president of Microsoft's Business Division has announced plans to retire from the company in September.

Shaun Nichols Jan 14 2008, 7:28AM Software
Asia-Pacific telcos step up overseas investment

Asia-Pacific telcos step up overseas investment

Cash-rich telcos in Asia's mature markets are turning to neighbouring countries and industries to fuel expansion, according to analysts.
Simon Burns Sep 3 2007, 7:19AM Collaboration
What is the next step for VoIP?

What is the next step for VoIP?

Express Data brought together major vendors to discuss VoIP and Unified Communications
Staff Writers Jul 2 2007, 11:48AM Collaboration
Durie to step down as AIIA CEO

Durie to step down as AIIA CEO

The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) has announced that its CEO of six years, Rob Durie, will step down from the organisation in December.
Tim Lohman May 29 2006, 2:21PM Strategy
Xerox takes step towards roll-up plastic displays

Xerox takes step towards roll-up plastic displays

The day when computer displays and TVs roll up are a step closer to reality as Xerox researchers announced last week that they'd cracked one of the biggest problems in putting plastic circuits on flexible materials. The problem: ink.
Gregg Keizer , Gregg Keizer Apr 19 2004, 12:00AM Hardware

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