Mining industry portal Yesresources will sell a controlling stake in its business to Queensland-based software house Mincom.
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Yahoo Inc.'s Australian unit plans to acquire Sold.com.au from John Fairfax Holdings Ltd.'s f2 Internet group. The companies will also enter into a marketing agreement to continue distributing Sold content across f2's network of sites.
CIO has blitzed the competition in the "1999 IT Publications Readership Survey" conducted annually among Australia's top IT executives by Quadrant Research Services.
In the latest news from the daily Unix news service from AUUG and Computerworld, IBM puts a Big Blue stamp on Linux; Sun outlines plan for powerful multimedia chip; Siebel delivers apps for handhelds, DB2, Solaris; Linus Torvalds says open source not a guarantee of success; and Tivoli tool eases remote backup.
APT Strategies is running the Australian Online Brand Survey, looking at 200 of Australia's top brands online. By participating in this survey, you will be helping these companies understand the internet and how it affects their brands. At the same time you will have the chance to win $2000.
APT Strategies Pty. Ltd is currently running the Australian Online Brand Survey, looking at 200 of Australia's top brands online. By participating in this survey, you will be helping these companies understand the Internet and how it affects their brands. At the same time you will have the chance to win $2000.
For Australia to succeed in the new Internet economy, Telstra must be driven by its customers' success. We are all doomed
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Video killed the Radio Star, and just as surely the Internet is killing the tradition of Weetbix, toast and the daily terror
To make the most of knowledge-based industries, the IT industry needs to push general IT skills out wider into the community
Companies will make a killing online, but the trick is to think outside the square. Electronic commerce is about much more than Web based inventory tracking
If you invested in Net stocks when the ride was just beginning, things must be looking pretty good right now. But don't get too confident. The gig is just about over!
In March I am handing over all final information technology responsibility to our IS manager thereby freeing myself from the millennium demons. Time to get going while the going is good
As the masses prepare to line up on either side of the ballot box, industry policy still seems to be a dirty word in some political agendas.
A survey of ComputerWorld readers found that on average they spend about six hours of their working week on the Web. For most, that's more than 10 per cent of an average working week!