In an effort to curtail a growing stream of spam, Brisbane Grammar has outsourced its email and web security.
Dynamic Data Migrator allows enterprise users migrating from Lotus Notes/Domino to Microsoft Exchange — and vice-versa — to access legacy emails created in their previous messaging environment.
The 3300 Series Mobility Services Engine from Cisco is an appliance-based platform, offering an open application programming interface (API) for consolidating and supporting an array of mobility services across wireless and wired networks.
The joint Communications Logical Data Model and Enterprise Data Warehouse Roadmap (CLDM/EDWr) solution helps develop processes that govern how data flows through service providers’ systems.
Unisys has expanded its suite of real-time infrastructure solutions.
E-health research is making headway in early diagnosis aided by ICT technologies.
CA has found it has a duplication of R&D skills after acquisitions.
The HP ProCurve Data Center Connection Manager (DCM) is a rackmounted datacentre appliance designed to help formalise and automate the handling of workflows between network and server support teams.
Ovum’s Principal Analyst for ICT Services and Sourcing, Asia Pacific, Jens Butler, questions whether this a winning deal for Fujitsu.
In 2004, Telstra bought KAZ for $333 million and now it is off-loading it to Fujitsu at a greatly reduced price.
Overall IT budgets have been cut according to a recent survey but the problem is a high percentage of organisations only use a manual process to work out where these cuts should be made so they are flying blind.
Barminco, an underground mining contractor, has deployed a document management system in order to control its many safety and instruction manuals, as well as track critical financial forms.
A recent survey found there is no better time to launch into online business with online business owners saying they are more confident, more profitable and are more likely to be planning business growth.
Microsoft today confirmed that it had agreed on a coordinated procurement arrangement as part of the federal government’s Coordinated Procurement Contracting initiatives. Microsoft is the first vendor in the information and communication technology (ICT) industry to reach such an agreement with the federal government.