Ansett Australia has outsourced desktop infrastructure management to IBM Global Services Australia (IBM GSA).
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NSW gaming organisation TAB has signed an agreement with e-commerce and smartcard company Keycorp for the supply of gaming machine interface cards (GMICs) to its TABLink statewide betting network.
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The Sydney Organising Committee for the Olympic Games (SOCOG) announced yesterday it has expanded worldwide technology partner IBM's role to include the provision of creative multimedia design and content management services for the official web site.
Telstra has selected Novell's Z.E.N.works 1.1 solution to manage its 55,000 desktop and mobile PCs, Novell Australia announced on Friday.
Bay Networks is still the worldwide leader in the Layer 3 switching market according to research companies, Dataquest and The Dell'Oro Group, but this time under the banner of Nortel Networks.
Telecommunications provider, One.Tel announced last week that Kerry Packer's Consolidated Press Group has acquired 16.3 million One.Tel shares at the price of $2.90 per share.
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Security provider Secure Network Solutions announced on Monday it has completed its acquisition of security consultancy services provider Network Services Group (NSG) for $625,000.
The Victorian Department of Education has chosen Xircom's RealPort Ethernet 10/100 Integrated PC cards to support the communications needs of its teachers.
Pembroke Secondary College in Victoria has upgraded its IT systems with the implementation of a thin-client/server solution from Citrix.
Com Tech has announced the formation of a new Canberra-based company, Com Tech Integration Services (CTIS), to tackle the lucrative government outsourcing business.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) yesterday warned Telstra it faced fines of more than $30 million unless it reforms its processes for transferring calls between telcos.
Internet service provider, Ozemail has joined Canberra's TransAct Broadband Communications pilot and will provide high speed Internet access services to the network.