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SoftXpand 2011

MiniFrame's software, SoftXpand 2011, expands any Windows 7 PC into multiple independent workstations, using only standard monitors,...

January 5, 2014 By MiniFrame

Mac Uni CIO: how SMBs win big business

Macquarie University's chief information officer (CIO) Marc Bailey and spoke to ZDNet Australia last week and said that the potential for insolvency was one of the major concerns of enterprise in entering contracts with small to medium businesses.

September 6, 2010 by

Planet Software on being 'lean and mean'

In a software development world dominated by behemoths of global girth, Adelaide's Planet Software is a fiercely independent, tiny and agile company that is dishing up software for all sorts of clients such as Anglicare, the AFL and almost every university in Australia.

June 9, 2010 by

Telstra kicks off SaaS with T-Suite

Telstra announced today that it will be launching its own software as a service (SaaS) platform, incorporating applications from the largest vendors as well as smaller Australian developers.

June 18, 2008 by

DocHopper

Share, preview and backup information on your Computer Network using DocHopper, a Knowledge Management software ideal for small and...

November 7, 2010 By Orfeo Solutions

Scared or oblivious: Australia's SMEs on Linux

Australian SMEs aren't paying nearly enough attention to Linux considering the top priority for their IT managers is to "reduce costs", but despite the prevailing attitude, it won't take much for open source to have a far greater impact in the near future, according to research released today.

February 26, 2008 by

Make your IP bulletproof, businesses told

The federal Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research has announced an initiative to inform Australian SMEs on what to look out for when it comes to exporting their technology products overseas.

February 13, 2008 by

Can SAP learn to speak SME with A1S?

SAP faces tough challenges as it prepares for the September 19 launch of A1S, code name for the company's new small business offering, to be delivered in the form of software as a service (SaaS). A1S represents SAP's hope to expand into the important small and medium enterprise (SME) market.

September 17, 2007 by

Hasso Plattner outlines SAP's software vision

Over 35 years since co-founding SAP, Hasso Plattner has been seeking to transform business software. Speaking at SAP annual Sapphire conference in Atlanta, Plattner gave a seminar on next-generation software, in which he detailed many of the main principles behind the company's next-generation product A1S business suite, without mentioning the code-named product, which is due to ship next year (I wrote about A1S here, from a conversation with Hans-Peter Klaey, president of Global SME for SAP).

April 23, 2007 by

Sage makes bold SME play

Financial software giant Sage has announced aggressive plans to make an impact on the Australian small and medium enterprise (SME) market.Listed on the London Stock Exchange, Sage has been on an acquisition trail in Australia since 2003, buying out business management software company ACCPAC, relationship management software maker ACT, accounting and taxation software firm HandiSoft, and payroll and human resource management software vendor MicrOpay.

May 26, 2005 by

Oracle outwitted in SME war?

In recent times, enterprise software vendors have described the small- to medium-enterprise market as manna from heaven, but a crucial lack of understanding of the SME psyche is creating costly roadblocks.

April 2, 2004 by

Oracle outwitted in SME war

analysis In recent times, enterprise software vendors have described the small- to medium-enterprise market as manna from heaven, but a crucial lack of understanding of the SME psyche is creating costly roadblocks. On paper, market research says these customers have the potential to yield favourable returns.

April 1, 2004 by

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