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UXC to expand Tasmania presence

25 May 2015 in Development

Business solutions provider and ICT consultancy UXC will open an enterprise delivery centre in Hobart.

CSIRO centre aims to accelerate SMB 3D printing adoption

25 May 2015 in Print Solutions

The CSIRO has opened a new innovation centre - Lab 22 – designed to accelerate industry adoption of metal 3D…

Combining the best of the old with the best of the new

25 May 2015 in Business Technology

The right APIs make the difference when you want to integrate in-house and off-the-shelf software.

Long-term punt with Racing Victoria for Telstra

25 May 2015 in Telecoms & NBN

Telstra has signed a 10-year deal to deliver broadcast, media and data services to Racing Victoria.

Salesforce lifts sales revenue across all parts of business

25 May 2015 in CRM

Salesforce.com has reported an increase in sales across the business for the three months to the end of April, bringing…

Lexmark signs deal with BOQ

25 May 2015 in Deals

Lexmark has signed a four-year managed print services (MPS) agreement with the Bank of Queensland (BOQ) to support the bank’s…

Internet Society rebrands

25 May 2015 in Strategy

The Internet Society of Australia had changed its name to Internet Australia.

HP takes a hit in services business

25 May 2015 in Listed Tech

Hewlett Packard has suffered a hit in its enterprise services business, with a significant drop in revenue for the division…

Government to shake up the spectrum

25 May 2015 in Technology Regulation

The Government will proceed with its proposed shakeup of the management of the radio spectrum, used by TV, mobile phones…

Breaking IT News

ESET warns of 'Minecraft' scareware

25 May 2015 in Entertainment

More than 30 Minecraft-related scareware apps have found their way into Google Play, according to a security vendor.

Sage CRM 7.3 sports ERP integration

25 May 2015 in Cloud

A headline feature of the latest release of Sage CRM is integration with the company's ERP product.

Chromebook market growing, but mostly in education

25 May 2015 in Market

Analyst firm Gartner says worldwide Chromebook sales will approach 8 million units in 2016.

Saunders becomes ALE's local cloud supremo

25 May 2015 in People Moves

Alcatel–Lucent Enterprise (ALE) has appointed Steve Saunders to the new role of ANZ director of cloud services.

ASG scores $18m government cloud contract

25 May 2015 in Enterprise Cloud

The federal Department of Communications will spend $18 million over the next five years, with ASG assisting the department to…

Comms link to students with ‘Think Global Flight’

25 May 2015 in Telecoms & NBN

Inmarsat is continuing its support for the Think Global Flight this year, providing sitcom equipment for Captain Judy Rice’s round-the-world…

On Apple + IBM’s watch, Apple Watch business apps go wearable

24 May 2015 in Business Technology

Apple and IBM’s mobile enterprise alliance continues bearing fruit with the addition of the Apple Watch interface to further augment…

Otterbox - funny name, great case

24 May 2015 in Mobile devices

Otterbox have released a range of cases for the new Samsung Galaxy S6 and Edge that complement its coverage for…

HP Pro Slate 12 – review

24 May 2015 in Computers

HP makes a range of quality Windows PCs, notebooks, Chromebooks, and this huge 12.3” Android tablet aimed squarely at commercial…

TomTom GO 6100 in-car GPS - review

24 May 2015 in Mobile devices

TomTom finally gets lifetime maps, speed camera and traffic updates**** – about time as this has been the only thing…

Australia joins the search for gravitational waves

23 May 2015 in Space

Postulated as a component of Einstein's General Theory of Relativity, gravitational waves have never been detected.

Huawei launches Agile IoT architecture

22 May 2015 in Internet of Things

Huawei has launched its Agile Internet of Things Architecture at the Huawei Network Congress 2015.

International cybersecurity coordination is ‘poor’

22 May 2015 in Security

A major new global report says cybersecurity efforts globally are ‘disjointed’, and calls for greater coordination.

Dallas Buyers Club to sue other ISP customers, takes action in Singapore

22 May 2015 in Entertainment

ISPs want the owners of the Dallas Buyers Club movie to pay $108,000 but Justice Nye claims it’s a bit…

Kogan’s latest Atlas laptop shrugs off higher prices

21 May 2015 in Home Tech

Kogan’s latest laptop delivers better specs for less money, beating a similarly specced Dell on price, screen res and more.

Shift to digital fuels increases in mobile advertising spending

21 May 2015 in Mobility

The rise and rise of the digital marketplace has fuelled an increase in mobile advertising spending in the Australian financial…

Happy birthday Java

21 May 2015 in Open Source

Time flies: Java is 20 years old.