The DocuShare Connect electronic content management system (cms) is designed for small businesses and offices that produce large volumes of business-critical information. Supplied with one of the ApeosPort multifunction devices (MFDs), it can be operated from both PCs and ApeosPort MFDs.
Ovum's Principal Analyst Roy Illsley comments on the change of culture at HP when it comes to R&D.
iiNet has opened an R&D lab to drive innovation.
National freight company Northline has announced a $5 million, five-year contract with Brennan IT to overhaul its technology systems. Brennan IT is providing Northline with hosted servers, a national private network linking all Northline offices and a unified telecommunications infrastructure that allows for portable personalised numbers and videoconferencing.
NXPowerLite software automatically optimises Microsoft Office documents and JPEG files, often achieving more than 65% reduction in file size. Optimised files remain in their original file format, meaning no special actions or software are needed to continue using the optimised file.
The Experts Conference survey predicts cloud computing, virtualisation and identity federation will be key issues for 2011.
Migrating to a new operating system (OS) can be a mammoth task for organisations - from hardware compatibility checks, system requirement planning, backup of important data, down to the actual execution to hundreds or thousands of systems across an organisation and its remote offices.
Energy Australia goes with smart grid infrastructure to improve reliability.
The Peoplebank Intermedium Federal ICT Labour Hire Index tracks reduced reliance on - and demand spikes for - ICT skills.
Australian organisations are doing well when it comes to security but could do better.
Indian outsourcing company MphasiS sets up on University of Wollongong campus.
Software from NICTA spin-out company Open Kernel Labs has secured one million mobile handsets.
As national broadband company Internode this week passes the 12-month milestone for its public trial of Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6), the company expects 2011 will be “crunch time” for the internet.
Tellabs will create an innovation solutions research lab in Australia which is expected to generate up to 25 jobs by the end of 2011.
Frost & Sullivan reports the video communications market reaches $52.6 million as government and professional services firms step up deployments.