With Core i7 Dual-Core, the Portégé R830, Tecra R840 and Tecra R850 business notebooks have a magnesium chassis with its exterior honeycomb structure incorporated into the interior resulting in a highly robust device that is resistant to heat, pressure and vibrations.
Australian research institute NICTA is trialling a technology that recommends media to consumers, based on their friends’ own media consumption. The technology may be used in future packages from service providers, Merri Mack reports.
Following an internal print review and subsequent print technology implementation, Victorian water retailer South East Water has dramatically reduced CO2 emissions, cut the amount of paper used per person and removed headaches suffered by its IT department.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has released a draft report detailing several consumer protection measures it plans to implement in order to pull misbehaving ISPs and telcos into line.
The federal government has revealed its ambitions for broadband in Australia, with the release of its Digital Economy Strategy.The strategy includes spending details on a range of initiatives.
Domain registrar and hosting provider Netregistry will offer two years of free online accounting software to all of its 250,000 customers, following an investment in online accounting provider Reach Accounting. The first 3000 customers to sign up will receive a total of five years of free access.
The PocketAnalyst app is available to the Android smartphone platform and includes access to the latest insight and market analysis of Ovum’s global network of 150 analysts.
The Australian Computer Society (ACS) has appointed Alan Patterson as its new CEO, effective immediately. Patterson has experience in a wide of sectors including not-for-profit, healthcare, accreditation and training.
Spirent Communications has won Test & Measurement World magazine’s 2011 Best in Test award for the Network and fibre-optic testers category.
Clear Solar, one of Australia's largest solar power installation companies, has implemented a business-wide enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, giving staff a better view of the company's financials and inventory.
IBM held a CIO round table this week to coincide with the reveal of the results from its latest CIO Study. The study canvassed CIOs from the ANZ region and around the world on the role of the CIO and what’s on the CIO’s radar. Merri Mack was there to report.
Canon has released eCopy v5 scanning and workflow software that enables the rapid deployment and management of eCopy across a business, with versions that scale to meet the performance requirements for workgroups, departments and global enterprises.
Software AG has released webMethods 8.2 and ARIS 7.2 that utilise the newly integrated webMethods (business process management) and ARIS (business process analysis) platforms. The joint release includes enhanced process model interoperability, business-driven event processing and support for web-oriented architecture that allows organisations to manipulate WOA resources with REST-style services such as enterprise mashups, web and mobile applications.
Quest Software’s Toad Multi-DB Suites can be used by database administrators (DBAs) and developers to manage heterogeneous database environments.
Recall, an Australian secure document backup and destruction company, recently reevaluated its own printing environment and found it to be inefficient. Following an audit of the environment, Recall is now saving $150,000 each year on print management.