Mobile telcos Vodafone and Hutchison (3 Mobile) today pledged to maintain their voice and data plans for two years to reassure customers their proposed merger wouldn't negatively impact the value they were delivering.
The local arms of film and music studios have claimed a victory in their war against copyright offences, with a Sydney man convicted for selling pirated content last week.
Spend enough time in the IT industry and you'll soon realise that many of the new trends we see are cyclical: fat vs. thin clients; various development methodologies falling in and out of fashion; and shared vs. distributed services.
Third-party switches offer more features
Third-party switches offer more features
New Telstra chief executive David Thodey today wrote to Telstra employees and unions pledging to end the lengthy stand-off between management and staff by negotiating a new enterprise agreement in "good faith".
This policy offers guidelines for responding to severe weather activity and other emergencies. The download includes both a PDF version and an RTF document to make customization easier. The Severe Weather...
Australia's Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) will look into adopting a new grants management system after a report found it to be so unreliable staff were forced to complete work offline.
It seems that thinning down your application for greater performance has finally caught on, and bloat is being stripped away. This year's surprise contender: Norton.
Australian telco software specialist eServGlobal today said that by June it will have shorn its headcount by 13 per cent in comparison to December 2008 levels.
The tech industry spends a lot of time talking about market share. Whether it's hardware (iPod, iPhone, Macs ...) or software (Windows, Linux, Mac OS, browsers ...), we seems to want to read a lot into this particular metric. But is "market share" thinking "old school" thinking?
Although this post is about the Aware's instructor guide, I would like to state from the outset that I am not going to comment about the Old Guard, the New Guard, the Old New Guard, homosexuality or religion (if you are not aware of these terms, then you do not need to know them for the purpose of this blog).
The Australian Taxation Office has chosen Optus over Dimension Data for its managed network services contract, which the agency has said is worth around $60.5 million a year.
For a start-up, timing can be crucial. For Antony McGregor Dey, the horrors besetting the American print publishing industry couldn't have come at a better time.
The passage of the Waxman Markey Bill through the US House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Committee this week has left behind it some hard feelings and a split in the business lobby. The US Chamber of Commerce came under severe pressure for lobbying against the bill whilst many of its members were pulling the other way.
So, it looks like manned spaceflight may yet have a future at NASA, with the selection this weekend of former astronaut Charlie Bolden to head the troubled agency. Bolden would be the agency's first black Administrator.
Although the European commission might be proud of its record of hitting Microsoft with fines that dig deep into Redmond's seemingly bottomless coffers, the fact is that for many European countries, Microsoft is still the first and sometimes only choice when it comes to government tenders.http://press.
In an attempt to streamline their look across all their services, Google has decided to create a new logo for each. The new logos are all consistent, with a Google logo on the left, and lower case writing with the name of the service on the right.
There appears to be a fully fledged backlash against 'social media' marketing emerging, with commentary in both areas you'd expect and in places you might not.This is tough on the people who have solid foundations for what marketing messaging is all about, and who are doing good things with modern technologies around the age old concepts of marketing 'conversations' or word of mouth.