Virtualisation giant VMware has announced the release of two new products: VMware vCenter AppSpeed and VMware vCenter Chargeback.
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Australia’s second 'Doodle 4 Google' competition for school children was launched today.
Australian children have developed a high level awareness regarding Internet risks and online safety, according to an Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) report released today.
Cardboard manufacturer Visy has awarded Telstra a $50 million contract to support their business applications in the cloud.
Rival social networking Web sites MySpace and Facebook have announced they are streaming this week’s Michael Jackson memorial free to its members.
Google has added a real estate search to its Google Maps service in Australia, letting potential home buyers view available properties across all real estate companies in a particular area.
A monthly survey of job ads shows that IT jobs ads are dropping faster than the national average, with a fall of 1.9 per cent in June.
Sydney breakfast radio presenters Kyle Sandilands and Jackie O have been given the title of “Twitter wankers”, accused of artificially boosting the number of their Twitter followers.
Virtuoso Ltd., an online network for luxury travel, recently chose a unified computing infrastructure from Liquid Computing instead of shopping for such technology from larger vendors, such as Hewlett-Packard Co. and Cisco Systems Inc.
Showing again the power of Twitter for quick social organizing, Microsoft Corp. on Wednesday was forced to defend itself against complaints that its market-leading Outlook e-mail program wreaks havoc on rich-HTML e-mails.
Apple employees at the company's US headquarters have reported that CEO Steve Jobs returned to work today.
IT jobs continued to further slide in May, falling by 5 per cent, leading to a total fall of 58.11 per cent for the 12 month period, according to statistics from the Olivier Job Index.
There are two story lines revolving around the expected bankruptcy of General Motors Corp., and the first one is ugly. Bankruptcy is a nasty business and IT vendors may be left with unpaid bills, smaller contracts and uncertainty about the automaker's future.
A new global survey boasts senior-level IT decision makers are further justifying green IT solutions by more than cost and IT efficiency benefits, by showing increasing interest in green IT strategies and solutions.
Brennan has won a three-year, $2 million outsourcing contract for international hotel group Accor Hotels, as preferred IT support and project services partner.