IT Management

CA (Pacific) ecoSoftware 2.0

02 July, 2010

The ecoSoftware 2.0 version of CA’s energy, carbon and sustainability management software is designed to help organisations reduce carbon emissions, manage natural resource consumption and cut energy costs.

Compuware Changepoint 2010

02 July, 2010

The Changepoint 2010 project portfolio management and professional services automation solution offers support for mobile devices such as the Blackberry and iPhone while also providing enhanced support for team collaboration, executive decision-making and other customer-sponsored usability enhancements.

Unified data centre infrastructure

29 June, 2010 by Andrew Collins*

Forget separate stacks of networking, storage and servers. The latest trend among vendors and service providers is to offer complete, pre-integrated unified infrastructure platforms. Andrew Collins looks at whether integration equals innovation.

Modernising legacy applications through rapid service enablement

29 June, 2010 by Colin Barnetson*

How to modernise your legacy applications through rapid service enablement.

A passion for high performance and high availability

08 June, 2010 by Merri Mack

The challenge for Steve Maddocks, AARNet’s Director of Operations, is to keep AARNet’s vital network in an optimal state, which means high performance and high availability that meet the service level agreement of 99.999%. Achieving this gives him an immense sense of satisfaction. Maddocks explains to Voice&Data’s Merri Mack that the key to success is a strong emphasis on measurement.

Green IT partners combine for more accuracy

02 June, 2010

Connection Research and ComputersOff.ORG have announced a cooperative agreement to work together on green IT accreditation and market analysis.

Wodonga City Council provides responsive online services

01 June, 2010

One of Victoria’s fastest growing regional cities, Wodonga, has a municipal population of approximately 35,000 in a region of 170,000 people. The Wodonga City Council serves this rapidly growing provincial city and plays a vital role in raising community living standards through improved delivery of services to residents.

Pulsed laser will speed up information highway

01 June, 2010

Silicon chips may soon be able to transmit and process information at extremely high speeds using light, with help from a University of Sydney invention.

CrimTrac opens green data centre

31 May, 2010

CrimTrac gets cleaner, greener way of securing law enforcement data within the Canberra Data Centre.

Warren & Brown Technologies joins University of Melbourne (IBES) team

26 May, 2010

Australian-owned telecommunications product developer and manufacturer Warren & Brown Technologies (WBT) has become the latest company to join the Industry Partner Program at the University of Melbourne’s Institute for a Broadband-Enabled Society (IBES).

Tomago Aluminium first win for new entity UXC Connect

26 May, 2010

UXC Getronics Australia has completed its integration into the UXC Group with the launch of significant changes to its client service offering and a re-branding of the company. The new entity, UXC Connect, will specialise in the delivery of ICT services and Integration solutions for business sustainability and will leverage the entire UXC group of ICT companies.

Raritan Dominion PX rack PDUs range

14 May, 2010

The Raritan Dominion PX range of rack power distribution units allows real-time remote power monitoring of current (amps), voltage, power (kVA, kW) and energy consumption (kWH) with ISO/IEC ±1% billing-grade accuracy.

Kimberly-Clark field force stays in front with CRM

14 May, 2010

Kimberly-Clark Australia (KCA) had committed nearly six years to developing a highly successful instore business model for its consumer products field services team and was ready to drive productivity gains and increase sales opportunities with the support of a sophisticated CRM system.

Productivity boost from IT management suite

14 May, 2010

With more than 300 stores across Australia and New Zealand, and nearly 5000 team members, the Super Cheap Auto Group Limited (Super Cheap Auto) has grown to become one of the largest retailers in the region.

E-health gets budget boost

13 May, 2010

The e-health records project has been given a boost in the federal government Budget to the tune of $466.7 million over two years but what will this achieve and is it a sensible use of funds?

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