Stories by Chloe Herrick

Dell vs HP over 3PAR: Background Briefing

With the bidding war between HP and Dell over storage virtualisation vendor 3PAR heating up <i>Computerworld Australia</i> turns to industry experts for the lowdown on what the deal means for the storage market, HP and Dell.

Tech.Ed 2010 lacking the buzz of past years

Despite selling out to a capacity crowd of 2700 people, this year’s Tech.Ed conference on Queensland’s Gold Coast doesn’t quite live up to the events in previous years, according to attendees.

Coca Cola Amatil dumps Lotus Notes for BPOS

Food and beverage giant Coca Cola Amatil (CCA) has dumped IBM’s Lotus Notes in favour of Microsoft’s Business Productivity Online Standard Suite(BPOS), in an effort to decrease commercial costs and to integrate collaboration across the company.

In Pictures: Tech.Ed 2010

The annual Microsoft user conference, Tech.Ed, is being held on the Gold Coast from 24-27 August with approximately 2700 guests in attendance.

Intel looking to the future

Intel’s proposed $7.68 billion acquisition of McAfee will see the embedding of security at the CPU layer become the industry standard, according to analyst firm IBRS.

2010 Eureka Prize rewards tracking technology

The 2010 Eureka Prize winners have been announced at a ceremony in Sydney, with a team from the University of Western Australia taking out the prize for their form of tracking technology.

ALP takes out youth vote, says Google

The youth of Australia have cast their vote in Google’s federal election, 'electing' to keep the Australian Labor Party (ALP) in power for another term.