DreamWorks Animation SKG has revealed details of its use of HP technology in its latest film, Puss in Boots.
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The Victorian government has announced that $100,000 will be put towards supporting the activities of ICT Geelong.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has claimed that Australian consumers are embracing multiple forms of communication technologies, with mobile phones being the “bulk of voice communications.”
Red Hat has announced the general availability of its Enterprise Linux 6.2, as it begins work on version 7.
Hamish Miles spoke to Computerworld Australia about his new role, the future of Linux in the enterprise, the Cloud and what role open source will play in the future.
Yarra Valley Water has announced it will make major upgrades to its email system due to its Microsoft Exchange platform becoming outdated.
School students in Queensland will receive 65,000 notebooks before the end of the year thanks to a new deal between the Queensland Department of Education and Training (DET) and Acer.
iiNet has unveiled its latest Cloud offering, which is aimed at small to medium businesses (SMB).
Community based local search website, Yelp, has launched in Australia, partnering with Sensis to have localised content in both Melbourne and Sydney.
The United States has “no sense” about data security while public Cloud adoption is facilitating cyber crime, Trend Micro global CTO, Raimund Genes, has claimed.
The Real Estate Institute of Queensland (REIQ) has rolled out its new website and member database, also announcing its intention to release an iPhone app next year.
A computer science student from the University of New South Wales has won IBM Australia’s Master the Mainframe contest.
The National Gallery of Australia (NGA) has begun digitising and preserving its collection of Kenneth Tyler’s film and sound collection, with the project set to be completed later this year.
The Biometrics Institute has announced the launch of its international privacy charter, with the document set to be released next week in Canberra.
Founder and CEO of Punt Club, Jason Neave, talks about his growing business, innovation and why Aussies are making their mark in the startup world.