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Integrated Research says its Prognosis performance monitoring software has been recognised as the most integrated and comprehensive 'whole-of-life' VoIP management solution, by The Yankee Group in its VoIP Management Solutions Guide released earlier this month.

Thursday, 02 February 2006 07:40

Amcom chosen for SA broadband project

Amcom has been selected to deliver South Australia's Barossa and Light project that will provide high speed Internet services to the 3,500 SMEs in these two municipalities.

Wednesday, 01 February 2006 23:43

Unwired heads for Melbourne

Unwired has confirmed Melbourne as the next city in which it will roll out its wireless broadband service, describing it as "the obvious choice".

Wednesday, 01 February 2006 10:34

CSIRO appoints data safety expert


CSIRO's Preventative Health National Research Flagship has appointed Queensland data safety expert Professor Peter Croll to ensure the security of its innovative technology which allows the linking of diverse health databases. Professor Croll, Director of the Queensland University of Technology's Centre for IT Innovation, is investigating the security and safety aspects relating to the deployment of the CSIRO's innovative Health Data Integration (HDI) technology.

Wednesday, 01 February 2006 10:00

Anti-virus heavyweights team to fight spyware


Some of the world's most powerful anti-virus heavyweight companies have formed and alliance to combat the growing global spyware problem.

Monday, 30 January 2006 09:06

Soul buys more Cisco gear for NSW net

Soul, formerly SP Telemedia, has selected an array of communications technologies and services from Cisco Systems, including its 12000 series router, as part of its contract to create an IP MPLS network for the NSW Government's $300 million broadband project.

Cisco subsidiary Linksys and Yahoo! Music are to work together to develop ways to enable music downloaded to a PC to be more easily moved to other devices within the home.

Friday, 27 January 2006 08:11

USB devices lead to network breaches


A large Australian organisation has identified that more than 1800 breaches of its computer network security occurred in just 10 days reports a security specialist.

Wednesday, 25 January 2006 19:34

TelstraClear to expand South Island fibre backbone

TelstraClear has announced plans to invest $NZ20 million in a 950km fibre backbone network connecting key cities in New Zealand's lower South Island.

Wednesday, 25 January 2006 04:29

Alliance formed to push DVB-H

A number of major multinational IT companies - Nokia, Intel, Motorola, Texas Instruments and Modeo (a company owned by Crown Castle International) have formed the Mobile DTV Alliance to promote the DVB-H technology standard for mobile TV.



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