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November 11, 2007 by

The Aussie dollar and ICT

With the Australian Dollar breaking the 92 US cents barrier recently, and predictions it could reach parity with the US Dollar by Christmas, there's good news and bad news for the ICT industry.

January 22, 2007 by

Skills of the mobile trade

What IT skills are required to support today's mobile-empowered enterprise and which of these do workers lack? Industry observers share their thoughts.

December 7, 2005 by

Olympics officials gear up for icy IT challenge

Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) officials heading to the Turin Winter Olympic Games this February are banking on a technology upgrade and the skills of a new IT manager to deliver communications capable of withstanding icy temperatures and mountainous terrain.

September 23, 2005 by

Average bank site is offline 15 hours a week

Keynote found banking industry Web sites as a whole performing poorly, lagging behind the performance of other financial services sites such as credit card and stock trading sites. On average, bank sites are unavailable to customers more than 15 hours per week because of technical issues.

January 16, 2001 by

Aether and ETrade go blackberry picking

Wireless data service provider Aether on Wednesday announced plans to offer ETrade brokerage and banking services on Research in Motion's BlackBerry pagers beginning in late February or early March. The services will include real-time quotes, news, and wireless trading.

October 7, 1999 by

WAP happy Swedes bank over a mobile

Pervasive computing is definitely IBM's buzz-technology of the moment and yesterday's announcement that the company has WAP-enabled a major Swedish bank certainly won't do the Big Blue's funky new image any harm.

July 23, 1999 by

Public pays for Banks' insecurity

Computer security within many UK banks is perilously insecure and the public is being made to pay to hide this fact, according to leading computer security risk assessment consultant, Ian Johnston-Bryden.

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