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Wellington, New Zealand based accountancy software company, Xero, has continued its push into the Australian market with a marked increase in revenue.
Adelaide-based ISP has overhauled its raft of broadband plans, reducing the number of individual options from 79 to 18 and introducing packs that offer power user and business-level services to all customers.
Australia is one of 20 countries added to the Android mobile application marketplace.
Novell is claiming that Independent software vendors (ISVs) and enterprises can now build applications in minutes instead of days for private and public clouds with the latest version of its SUSE(R) Appliance Toolkit.
New Zealand telecommunications giant Telecom has sold AAPT’s consumer division to iiNet for $60 million following iiNet shareholder approval.
The Australian Computer Society (ACS) has released its annual overview of the Australian ICT market revealing that 15,000 more employees joined the ICT workforce during the past year.
Internet Service Provider (ISP), Internode has announced the release of three new Easy Bundle plans in an attempt to extend the reach of its large data plans across the country.
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Optus has begun delivering real-time traffic conditions information using live data collected from the Optus mobile network.
Toshiba Satellite T130 notebook fleets in use by organisations in Australia are safe according to Toshiba Australia.
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