Hi-Tech Crime to Score $20m in Budget

The Australian Federal Police and Australian Crime Commission will receive around $20 million in new funding in the forthcoming federal budget to spearhead technology-based counter-terrorism capabilities.

Written by Julian Bajkowski02 May 03 09:41

ATO Extends EDS Contract for Two More Years

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has extended its outsourcing agreement with Electronic Data Systems (EDS) for a further two years, an extension for which the ATO will pay $300 million.

Written by IDG staff writers22 April 03 11:18

Australia and South Korea to Swap Broadband Tips

Government and industry heavyweights from Australia and South Korea will meet on Australia's Gold Coast next month to swap ideas on broadband deployment.

Written by Brian Corrigan15 April 03 14:54

Belgium Introducing Java-based ID Cards

The Belgium government has issued Java-based cards to residents in 11 cities, with the goal of eventually providing every Belgian resident over 12 years old with an electronic identification (EID) card.

Written by John Blau15 April 03 11:15

Online-Only Govt Access A Possibility In NZ

New Zealand's IT and transport minister Paul Swain has acknowledged that "eventually" the Internet could be the only way to access certain government services in New Zealnd.

Written by IDG News Service15 April 03 11:13

HP looks to promote OpenView apps

Hewlett-Packard on Monday will formally announce it is joining the Microsoft Visual Studio .Net Integration program, which, when coupled with the company's Java support, is intended to promote multiplatform development of OpenView management applications.

Written by Paul Krill09 Dec. 02 08:14

Out on a Limb

The humble handheld computer is playing a vital role in keeping Melbourne's trees and parks looking beautiful - a role that may soon revolutionise how the entire city is administered.

Written by Darren Horrigan25 Nov. 02 11:42

UPS launches CampusShip shipping tool

Enterprise application integration tools can cost half a million dollars, but the payback is there - for big companies and big projects.

Written by Derek Slater08 March 02 10:36

IDG awarded for excellence

IDG Communications publications received 18 awards Friday for publishing excellence from the Australian Business Publishers Association (ABP).

Written by IDG staff30 Nov. 01 17:51



Written by CIO Staff10 Aug. 01 09:00

CIOs grouping to tackle tough IT climate

Under increasing pressure to tighten corporate budgets a new trend has emerged: CIOs are grouping together in private executive forums to tackle tough business decisions in a bid to survive the current economic downturn.

Written by Sandra Van Dijk07 Aug. 01 14:55

Fiorina: OpenView key to HP net plans

OpenView is central to all of Hewlett-Packard Co.'s Internet software plans, according to the company's top executive, Carly Fiorina.

Written by Marc Songini27 June 00 12:01

HP OpenView finds strength in numbers

In an effort to give IT managers a more complete view of their enterprise networks, Hewlett-Packard Co. this week will combine its operations and performance management tools, and add new automated functions into the mix.

Written by Jeff Caruso07 Feb. 00 12:01
  • Network security: Enterprise in scope, personal in delivery

    The Fortinet Security Brand Posts are a series of hard-hitting discussions of trends in the cyber-security world. This month Fortinet’s Jon McGettigan talks about protecting enterprises and individuals via Fortinet’s Security Fabric.


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