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Wotif doubtful about CRM

Wotif doubtful about CRM

While customer relationship management (CRM) is almost a religion at some of Australia's blue-chip companies, one of the nation's most successful dot com enterpreneurs remains unconvinced about its effectiveness. Graeme Wood, the founder and owner of accommodation booking Web site Wotif.

March 14, 2006 by

Site seeing

Site seeing

Some sites seem rather over-the-top in their devotion to and adulation of people and pets.

March 14, 2006 by

Tempmarks: MacBook Pro versus PowerBook G4

Tempmarks: MacBook Pro versus PowerBook G4

One of the most popular questions about the new MacBook Pro is about its temperature. Users of previous PowerBook G4s (especially the 12-inch model) are very conscious of the ambient heat generated by their machines.

March 14, 2006 by

Amongst athletes, Getty Images runs its own race

Amongst athletes, Getty Images runs its own race

We've come to expect instant coverage of global sporting events, and this month's Commonwealth Games is no exception. See how Getty Images will move more than 40,000 photographs from trackside to the Web in record time.

March 14, 2006 by

Kaz wins AU$3m healthcare deal

Kaz wins AU$3m healthcare deal

in brief Private hospital operator St John of God Health Care has signed a three-year, AU$3 million deal with Telstra-owned services company KAZ for hosting and business service continuity services.The Catholic healthcare company employs more than 6,600 staff, and operates 11 hospitals with 1,665 beds in Western Australia and Victoria, along with other facilities, according to a statement by KAZ.

March 14, 2006 by

The new world of 'blogjects'

The new world of 'blogjects'

With "Why Things Matter," Julian Bleecker, a researcher at the University of Southern California, has written a "Manifesto for Networked Objects" where he describes "blogjects" or "objects that blog." These blogjects, which are now emerging, may lead to a platform for World 2.0 where "things" have as much social impact as people.

March 14, 2006 by

Some strike action cancelled: NCR

Some strike action cancelled: NCR

update Industrial action involving some employees from technology vendor NCR has been called off, the company said this morning. Up to 90 of NCR's field service engineers walked off the job on Monday in New South Wales, Queensland and South Australia, seeking better pay levels.

March 14, 2006 by

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