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SSON Global Events & Community

Turning intelligence into actionable insight.The official SSON app for iPhone and iPad allows app users to access speaker, partner...

October 17, 2014 by EventGenie

In Concept

We are total IT solution provider and system integrator, established since 2004. We specialize in iPhone APPs, web design, email hosting,...

September 7, 2012 by In Concept

For Ten, good partners become good friends

IT managers often speak anecdotally about the challenges of scaling up their systems to meet demand, but Damian Smith faced this challenge head on after the exploding popularity of Big Brother sent demand for Network Ten online videos soaring.Smith, Ten's general manager for digital media, attributes the site's ability to cope with the huge demand to the outsourcing-based approach he embraced after joining the network last year.

July 2, 2007 by

PathView

Your business runs on networked applications. Cloud computing, VoIP, IP video conferencing, and other performance critical applications...

June 4, 2009 by Apparent Networks

Fonterra sticks with EDS

New Zealand-based dairy multinational Fonterra has extended its outsourcing contract with EDS by four years for an undisclosed sum.The deal announced in a statement from the outsourcer this morning means EDS will continue to provide all IT infrastructure -- including mid-range server, desktop and laptop, local area network and helpdesk services -- for Fonterra in 40 countries until 2015.

November 30, 2006 by

Vodafone AU inks huge outsourcing deals

Mobile carrier Vodafone Australia has handed out massive seven-year outsourcing deals to Nokia for network construction and IBM for application development and maintenance. The IBM deal is part of a global arrangement which has seen the vendor and fellow services giant EDS pick up work in a number of countries in which Vodafone operates.

November 2, 2006 by

Aviva divvies up former HP contract

Financial services giant Aviva Australia has started to sign key ICT services contracts as it breaks up a larger outsourcing deal formerly held by Hewlett-Packard. A spokesperson for local integrator Data#3 confirmed in an e-mail to ZDNet Australia this afternoon that it had been awarded a network services deal to support Aviva's local and wide area networks.

October 2, 2006 by

Aviva tech break-up costs HP

in brief A report this week suggested the Australian operations of financial services specialist Aviva would not renew a key outsourcing contract with Hewlett-Packard when it expired this November.BRW this week said Aviva would instead bring the more expensive server maintenance parts of the contract in-house, with the service desk support, network and desktop services aspects to be farmed out to several different suppliers.

September 28, 2006 by

Vendors shortlisted for RailCorp ICT outsourcing

IBM Australia and Fujitsu are believed to be going head to head to win a likely ICT outsourcing deal at NSW RailCorp amid moves by the rail network to rationalise its unwieldy, inefficient information environment. RailCorp -- established two and a half years ago to operate passenger rail services in metropolitan NSW -- has invited the two suppliers to move to the request for proposal (RFP) stage of a highly sensitive tender to outsource the rail system's ICT operations.

June 14, 2006 by

Insurance spending on IT to reach $19 bln in 2004

In 2004 the insurance industry is expected to spend $19 bln on IT products and services, including telecom services and equipment, applications/software, computer hardware, network hardware, IT personnel, and outsourcing/hosting. This is expected to grow at an average annual growth rate of about 3%.

October 29, 2004 by

AMP extends CSC contract

Australian financial services AMP Limited has signed a three-year AU$150 million IT outsourcing contract extension with Computer Sciences Corporation.CSC will continue to provide desktop, network and mainframe maintenance and support, and selected mid-range services for AMP's Australian operations until May 2007.

May 17, 2004 by

AAPT confident Alcatel deal will withstand rival dealings

AAPT is confident Alcatel's dealings with other telecommunications companies will not affect the AU$53 million partnership signed by the two companies June last year.The outsourcing agreement transferred the responsibility for the telecommunications company's network design and operations services to Alcatel.

April 15, 2004 by

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