The Western Australian government has added ECM provider Objective to its electronic document management systems (EDMS) supplier panel.
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Wireless broadband may be experiencing rapid uptake, but research has found high-speed satellite remains stagnant despite government incentives.
Training and seminar provider Cliftons has rolled out a new CRM solution across its nine Australian, New Zealand and Hong Kong sites.
While virtualization might still be high on the hype meter, early adopters praise its benefits and potential, but say enterprise-wide virtualization projects need intense planning, strong commitment and upfront investment.
Victorian-based utility City West Water (CWW) has implemented a new Computer Aided Design (CAD) application and Geographic Information System (GIS) to bridge proprietary formatting problems.
Persistent spammers running pump-and-dump campaigns have resorted to subliminal messages, according to antispam vender SophosLabs.
Financial services firm Deloitte and partner Eclipse launched a pilot in Sydney yesterday of an application designed to capture, expand and collaborate on ideas capture, before taking the tool global.
Toyota Material Handling (TMH) has cut telco costs by replacing a 10-year-old PABX system with VoIP and leveraging its existing WAN.
Antispam providers this week locked horns over which technology is better, blocking or combined filtering.
The University of Sydney has implemented a Web content management service to create format consistency, improve deployment and interconnect its 600-plus Web sites.
To avoid wasting staff resources on menial tasks, financial services firm AXA opted for an automated bill payment system.
IT Minister Helen Coonan will tonight launch the Communications Alliance, a newly formed body combining the Australian Communications Industry Forum (ACIF) and the Service Providers Association (SPAN).
Organizations reluctant to adopt offshore outsourcing suffer from the 'fear factor', according to John Price, who heads up outsourcing provider NIIT Technologies in A/NZ.
Australian Laboratory Services (ALS) ripped and replaced its CRM solution because it did not synchronize data between sites.
The Wireless Industry Partnership (WIP) launched its online portal yesterday to connect wireless companies and venture capitalists to speed development of mobile technology.