In preparation for Y2K-related chaos, 96,000 Japanese troops will be on duty for New Year's Eve but the Australian government will not take similar precautionary military measures.
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Solution 6 is rumoured to be on the verge of announcing its second acquisition for the week.
Solution 6 has bolstered its burgeoning portfolio of investments with a $40 million acquisition of online legal information provider, Lawpoint, from Telstra.
After almost a week's suspension from trading on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX), eisa expects to resume its listing later this week.
Intel has invested $7.8 million in Australian internet security software company SecureNet.
The Queensland government has given Y2K the same emergency status as natural disasters such as earthquakes, floods and plagues.
The IT skills shortage has affected Novell's channel partners as well as the company internally and it has launched a training program in an attempt to reduce the problem.
Yet another telecommunications carrier has commenced trials of WAP applications.
Systems integrator eServ has reinvented itself for the second time this year and branded itself an "Internet integration" company.
E-business has finally made it to Unisys' radar screen.
With the release of its new online business solutions package, e-@ction, Unisys is hoping to treble its e-business revenues within a year.
After 4 months' trial, Westpac Trust in New Zealand will process between 300,000 and 400,000 cheques a night by scanning and storing their images.
Customer relationship management (CRM) systems are "inconsistent" in most companies, according to US software developer Don Nelson.
Despite Sega's "amazement" with international Dreamcast sales, the Web-based gaming console has met with an "OK" response locally, according to Harvey Norman's John Slack-Smith.
The rumoured application service provider (ASP) deal between Telstra & Oracle could potentially launch as early as next year, according to Oracle officials.