Datapod and APC by Schneider Electric have launched the Datapod - a containerised data centre system range that is locally designed, developed and manufactured.
Data#3 powered the technology behind the 2009 World Transplant Games (the first global sporting event to use technology running Microsoft's new Windows 7).
An Australian IT and software development firm, Kiandra System Solutions, has developed a Microsoft Windows-based custom software solution for its customer, eNoteFile Services.
Governments need to have cloud computing on their radar when formulating ICT policy.
Peoplebank's Quarterly IT&T Salary Index shows that the market for IT contractors is increasing in key markets.
Juniper Networks and IBM have expanded their relationship with an OEM agreement to advance the economics of networking.
The Taronga Conservation Society Australia (TCSA) has selected ELO Digital Office to provide document, records and email management solutions for Taronga and Taronga Western Plains Zoos.
Telecommunications and investment company m2m Corporation Limited and unlisted public company Carbon Planet Limited will work together.
As a cooperative company currently comprising 23 private health insurers across Australia, HAMBS provides a health fund management application for its members, along with related IT services and application hosting.
Customers and telcos align their needs for converged services from one provider.
CSIRO has announced the sale of its Funnelback search engine technology company to content management company Squiz.
According to a report just published by independent market analyst Datamonitor, the global economic recession may prove to be a significant upside to the market for green IT.
Intel and Nokia have announced an agreement to develop a new class of Intel architecture-based mobile computing device and chipset architectures.
The Tax Office and Optus have signed a contract for the managed network services (MNS) bundle.
More than 80% of organisations worldwide say they measure the value of their investments in IT, yet fewer than 60% use a framework or follow guidelines for selecting the investments.