Convergence > Collaboration technologies

File transfer risks and costs escalate

14 September, 2010 by John Lee*

IT teams responsible for Australia’s business data transmissions services are likely to be operating in survival mode. Costs are rising and security risks escalating.

Connected education showcased at World Expo in Shanghai

30 August, 2010

Victorian students more than 8000 kilometres apart today chatted live to celebrate the opening of the Connections 2010 classroom exhibit at the World Expo in Shanghai, China.

Logitech Laptop Speaker Z205 lightweight speaker

13 May, 2010 by

Logitech has announced the Laptop Speaker Z205 lightweight speaker with an easy-to-attach clip-on design that enhances audio quality.

Monash extends Google Apps capabilities to staff

13 April, 2010

Australia’s largest university will expand the presence of Google technology to its staff on campus following the successful transition of students to the web-based service last November.

Monash extends Google Apps capabilities to staff

29 March, 2010

Monash, Australia’s largest university, is set to expand the presence of Google technology on campus.

Gear up for the return to growth

01 March, 2010 by Merri Mack

Capgemini Australia’s CIO Brett Wilson heralds the start of the New Year with optimism about more efficient and collaborative ways of working.

Security still a concern with collaboration tools survey finds

09 July, 2009

Collaboration technologies are changing the way that people work.

University of Queensland creates a collaborative academic experience

29 May, 2009

World’s largest 802.11n wireless network for University of Queensland makes it one of the most connected universities in Australia.

Telephony management software

02 April, 2009 by

The PhoneEasy IP Console and PhoneEasy Desktop II telephony management software products have successfully completed compatibility testing through the Nortel Developer Program.

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