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NSCCC to discuss Cloud security

By Hamish Barwick | 08 March, 2012 15:39

The National Standing Committee on Cloud Computing (NSCCC) has added security vendor Sophos to its stable of ICT companies as it seeks to expand its pool of expertise on the Cloud.

iiNet announces NSW flood relief package

By Hamish Barwick | 08 March, 2012 15:01

iiNet customers affected by flooding in NSW will be offered a relief package by the internet service provider (ISP). The company is also extending the offer to customers of its ISP acquisitions Westnet, Netspace, AAPT, Internode and TransACT.

EventsHQ hit with enforceable undertaking under Spam Act

By Hamish Barwick | 07 March, 2012 16:32

National Poker League brand owner, EventsHQ, has accepted to meet requirements of the Spam Act following an investigation by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) into SMS messages sent to consumers which promoted National Poker League events.

E-health market set to grow as Australia ages: KPMG

By Hamish Barwick | 07 March, 2012 11:32

IT companies are been urged to look at opportunities in the e-health market as Australia faces an aging population over the next 10 years.

How ARTC reduced data centre cooling costs

By Hamish Barwick | 06 March, 2012 15:49

Adelaide based government agency, Australian Rail Transport Corporation (ARTC), has saved over $100,000 per year in cooling costs following the implementation of a new data centre.

More Australian companies planning data centre expansion in 2012: Report

By Hamish Barwick | 06 March, 2012 11:41

Australian data centre growth is set to continue well into 2012 according to the findings of a survey conducted for data centre provider, Digital Realty Trust.

Suncorp banks on desktop virtualization

By Hamish Barwick | 06 March, 2012 10:50

A series of natural disasters including the Queensland floods of 2010 prompted Brisbane-based bank, Suncorp, to implement a desktop virtualization project called Desktop Anywhere.

Gartner shares nine IT infrastructure cost saving tips

By Hamish Barwick | 05 March, 2012 14:30

Trying to make savings in a lean data centre environment might seem like a hard task but there are a number of steps IT managers can take to reduce spend further, says analyst firm Gartner.

Q&A: Downer EDI CIO, Joseph Amoia

By Hamish Barwick | 02 March, 2012 16:26

Since joining engineering and infrastructure management services company, Downer EDI, in 2009 as group IT strategy general manager, Joseph Amoia has steadily risen to the role of CIO.

IBM tops Cloud provider report

By Hamish Barwick | 02 March, 2012 14:08

Australian ICT research firm, Longhaus, has dubbed IBM as the most trusted infrastructure-as-a-service Cloud provider in its new report on the Cloud market.

NAB testing Cloud security provider standards

By Hamish Barwick | 02 March, 2012 10:54

The National Australia Bank (NAB), a member of the Open Data Centre Alliance (ODCA), has announced plans for an evaluation of the ODCA’s security provider assurance usage model.

Telstra expands ADSL2+ services in Northern Territory

By Hamish Barwick | 01 March, 2012 16:31

Lajamanu, Yuendumuu, Kalkaringi and Pupanya residents in the Northern Territory have been upgraded by Telstra and the NT Government to ADSL2+ broadband.

Clarity OSS reports improved half year results

By Hamish Barwick | 01 March, 2012 15:30

Unified communications provider, Clarity OSS (ASX: CYO), increased its revenue by 61 per cent for the half year ending 31 December 2011.

Mobile Premium Services Code targets misleading SMS adverts

By Hamish Barwick | 01 March, 2012 12:18

The introduction of the Communications Alliance’s Mobile Premium Services (MPS) Code is intended to eliminate misleading premium rate SMS and MMS service advertisements.

Downer EDI slashes multiple IT systems with outsourcing

By Hamish Barwick | 01 March, 2012 11:01

After years of acquisitions, Australian engineering and infrastructure management services company, Downer EDI, was lumbered with eight data centres, 36 operating systems and five data networks.