Acer today announced a long line-up of Windows 8-based products, including the Aspire S7 Ultrabook, Iconia W-Series tablets and Aspire U-Series desktops.
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Although ordering online from overseas retailers might save consumers money, it is a drag on the profits of national postage provider Australia Post, which has said that Australia's importing frenzy will set it back as much as $20 million per year.
TransGrid is looking to set up desktop virtualisation for 50 users, which could be expanded to the company's entire desktop fleet of around 500 PCs.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has taken legal action against MSY Technology and four of its related companies for providing false or misleading information about warranties in material received by customers.
Without remote desktop functionality, delivering desktop support to 17 communities in Cape York would see the communities' IT manager Jody Blackwood on a plane every working day.
As the dollar flirts with parity, those who hold the reins for IT purchasing will be wondering what the dollar's battling will win them in terms of discounts.
Gartner is predicting 2010 to be a boom year for sales of business PCs, especially after last year where sales growth was almost non-existent.
ActewAGL has decided to standardise its desktop and laptop fleet to HP instead of the range of other brands it previously used.
ComputerCorp has come out on top in the Queensland Department of Education and Training's latest round of purchasing laptops for teachers through its $70 million computers for schools program.