Global IT services company CSC will acquire Australian e-health solution provider iSOFT in order to strengthen its existing products and its healthcare integration and services portfolio.
An Australian symposium on the role of social media during disasters will assess the role of tools such as Twitter and Facebook in the recent Queensland floods, Christchurch earthquake and in future crises.
The earthquake and subsequent tsunami that hit Japan in recent weeks will cause disruptions to the Australian and New Zealand ICT markets and supply chains, according to IDC.
Under a three-year contract with NBN Co, IBM Australia will build and manage business operational support systems for the Australian National Broadband Network.
Following the introduction of the Product Stewardship Bill into federal parliament, the Australian Information Industry Association and Product Stewardship Australia have agreed to create a new product stewardship group to oversee the national e-waste recycling scheme.
The small but influential voice logging industry is undergoing change. Australian customers will still have options.
More than 4100 Australian businesses have used the Getting Aussie Business Online tool from Google and MYOB to create a website in the three weeks the tool has been operational.
A global study into the business value of social media strategies has found that there are as many failures as successes when it comes to organisations attempting to foster fans on social media sites like Facebook.
The Communications Alliance has teamed up with University of Melbourne's IBES to look into the effect of changes in the telecommunications and media industries on regulation in the digital economy.
APC and NextDC have signed a Strategic Alliance Memorandum of Understanding for the joint marketing of NEXTDC data centres in Australia and internationally.
Although Internet Explorer 9 carries several improvements over previous versions, experts say the omission of support for Windows XP limits its applicability to the business world.
The Smart Solutions family of intelligent, integrated infrastructure systems for the data centre enables cost-effective management of capacity, efficiency and availability through interoperable systems configured to speed implementation and adapt to change.
The Dynamics CRM 2011 for on-premises and partner-hosted deployments complements the latest version of Dynamics CRM Online, which delivers Dynamics CRM 2011 as an on-demand cloud service from Microsoft’s data centres.
Tyco Electronics has announced plans to change its name to TE Connectivity, in order to better reflect its product range.
Centacare Ballarat has halved the time required to compile month-end reports since national ERP specialist Evolution Business Systems deployed the Microsoft Dynamics NAV accounting solution.