Listed Australian PC manufacturer, Optima Technology Solutions (ASX:OPI), has appointed Juli Rush as its national education development manager to drive business growth in the education market. Rush has 20 years experience in the education sector, including more than five years as the national education manager for Acer. She has also headed and advised IT departments of various educational organisations and held senior sales roles for national resellers. Rush most recently held the position of Queensland Branch Manager for Axon Computers.
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The world, including Wall Street, is currently singing the praises of Google, the one-time internet minnow that took on the creme de la creme of search engine giants, including Yahoo and others, and won. Now, just as a once skeptical market is sending the recently listed Google stock into the stratosphere, along comes another internet upstart that threatens to blow down Google's carefully constructed castle of cards.
Perth-based provider of e-health solutions and water recycling technologies, Optum (ASX:OPM) has agreed to acquire Melbourne search engine company Ansearch Pty Ltd for a potential $3.3 million worth of shares.
Web hosting service provider and online music retailer, Destra Corporation Limited (ASX:DES) is forking out $1.5 million upfront in shares and cash to buy communication services provider Techex Communications Pty Ltd (Techex). Techex is a supplier of business grade data communication services.
AT&T has appointed Martin Creighan, Mal Lovell and Ellen Holden as specialist business development executives to spearhead the Enterprise Development Group within AT&T in Australasia. Creighan previously held sales positions at Radware, SecureNet, Baltimore Technologies, Tumbleweed Communications and ViaSoft. Lovell has had a number of senior roles in sales and business development at Equant, Cable and Wireless Optus and Trunkline. Prior to her appointment at AT&T, Holden was responsible for business development at Irish telecommunications provider, Eircom, in Dublin. She has also held similar business development and sales positions at Optus Communications, PowerTel, and Spectrum Global, in Australia.
According to an interesting article in the New York Times, checking out the Web log (blog) of a prospective new employer is a good way to determine whether you would be a good fit for the corporate culture. Of course, this doesn't help much if the company doesn't have a blog, but apparently in the US blogging is catching on like wildfire, with more than 2 million bloggers. This of course means that Australia will probably not be far behind. The article is a good read.
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