Local Web development and hosting service Intervations has acquired rival firm Carl Bratcher Internet Services (CBIS).
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A hosted IT services offering for the oil and gas industries has been launched in Western Australia.
The exclusion of IT departments from the purchasing of self-booking travel applications is hampering adoption by employees, a survey has found.
By 2010, processor performance will increase 300 percent per watt as users demand eight times more grunt for encoding.
The Sydney Airport Corporation knew it had to get serious about storage when it was taking two days to back up its Exchange Server database.
Superior Water Tanks has replaced its CRM system because the previous software was a "glorified address book".
The Australian Computer Society (ACS) has launched its Computer Professional program which will offer postgraduate students with 18 months ICT industry experience an accreditation similar to a Certified Practising Accountant (CPA).
ABL State Chamber has sent an open letter to the Federal Minister for Transport, Warren Truss, and the CEOs of Australian airlines seeking urgent storage provisions for laptops on planes.
Widespread confusion in Australia's banking industry about new compliance measures has led to five breaches of the Payment Card Industry (PCI) data security standard.
E-waste lobby group, Let's Do IT! has given NSW and Victorian governments until January 1 2007 to mandate computer recycling laws for industry.
The University of Melbourne has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with IT consultancy firm Satyam Computer Services to provide a range of initiatives for students.
Telco integrator Integ Communications has acquired rival Western Australian firm Icon Communications.
New research has labelled Australian managers as "gutless" when it comes to transformational change with enterprises choosing to focus on incremental steps.
For the second time this year, Jetstar Airway's Web site suffered downtime for up to an hour and was unable to take online bookings.
Western Australia's Water Corporation has installed 2600 IP telephony handsets in an upgrade of its existing PABX to VoIP.