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Miro formalises Mambo copyright transfer

Miro formalises Mambo copyright transfer

Melbourne software company Miro says it has delivered on its August promise to assign the intellectual property inherent in its open source Mambo content management system (CMS) to the non-profit body it created to administer the application.The move is the culmination of a standoff between Miro and a team of volunteer coders earlier this year.

December 20, 2005 by

'Intelligent Island' Tasmania gets ICT boost

'Intelligent Island' Tasmania gets ICT boost

The three year old Intelligent Island programme, designed to boost Tasmania's ICT industry, has been given a new lease of life with the launch of two projects worth more than AU$30 million. The Minister for Communications, Information Technology and the Arts, Senator Helen Coonan announced two significant investments into Tasmania's ICT industry on Wednesday.

December 20, 2005 by

Telstra says fibre to the node plans on hold

Telstra says fibre to the node plans on hold

Telstra today confirmed the fibre to the node (FTTN) component of its Next Generation Network (NGN) would remain on hold after the government opted not to intervene to allow the carrier to restrict third-party access to its planned new infrastructure.

December 20, 2005 by

AIX beats Solaris!

AIX beats Solaris!

readers should understandthat the larger the margin this report awards IBM on any one question, the greater the marginby which Sun actually won it

December 20, 2005 by

Reflections: Husin Jazri, NISER

Reflections: Husin Jazri, NISER

The trend towards mobile access of information using a personal digital assistant/smart phone type device will further push the thin client concept to a higher level. -- Husin Jazri, director of National ICT Security and Emergency Response Centre, Ministry of Science Technology and Innovation, Malaysia

December 20, 2005 by

Optus, iiNet seek ACCC help on Telstra pricing

Optus, iiNet seek ACCC help on Telstra pricing

Two of Telstra's biggest competitors have backed up their public complaints about the cost of accessing the heavyweight's copper network with formal requests for the nation's competition regulator to step in. Announcing the filing of the complaints -- from iiNet, its wholesale subsidiary Chime Communications and Optus -- yesterday, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) said both related to access to the so-called Unconditioned Local Loop Service (ULLS).

December 20, 2005 by

Security the focus as Debian upgrades

Security the focus as Debian upgrades

The Debian Project has released an update to its popular GNU/Linux distribution, with security-related bugfixes a key feature. "This is the first update of Debian GNU/Linux 3.

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Telstra shifts Shiff from wholesale

Telstra shifts Shiff from wholesale

Deena Shiff Telstra has moved the head of its wholesale division, Deena Shiff, who presided over some controversial pricing decisions on reseller access, to a newly created division focussing on the small business market.

December 20, 2005 by

McLeod speeds along path to new ERP

McLeod speeds along path to new ERP

Choosing the right enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is never easy, but motorcycle accessories wholesaler McLeod Accessories found bigger is not necessarily better.

December 20, 2005 by

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