IBM has extended its on-site warranty service cover program to cover all of New Zealand.
Stories by Bill Bennett
A leading local e-commerce analyst described Telstra's recent $150 million Internet shopping spree as "only the entree, the main course is yet to be served".
Australia's banks are dragging their feet when it comes to providing e-tailers with merchant accounts. It's a move that is stifling the growth of a local internet economy.
A leading local e-commerce analyst described Telstra's recent $150 million Internet shopping spree as "only the entrée, the main course is yet to be served".
Sites and software licensing agreements using an "I accept" button may be problematic when the Electronic Transactions Bill becomes law early next year.
Companies in all industries are tuning into Web-based training in ever increasing numbers. Web-based training allows their staff to develop new skills quickly, efficiently and relatively cheaply. While there are some question marks over the quality of training gained through the Web, most employers and employees are registering high levels of satisfaction
As more Australians embark on e-commerce ventures, a number of critical elements for success are often the make or break' for most sites. This month, we reveal why some sites succeed, why some fail and how some companies championed the online way of doing business.
Suddenly, it seems every educational establishment in Australia is offering Internet related qualifications. Courses range from basic training to product-specific certification to masters' degrees and beyond. The question is, however, are they really worth it?
There's little doubt Australia faces a shortage of skilled information technology and telecommunications workers over the next few years. But is the current situation severe enough to justify describing it as a crisis'?