Barminco, an underground mining contractor, has deployed a document management system in order to control its many safety and instruction manuals, as well as track critical financial forms.
A recent survey found there is no better time to launch into online business with online business owners saying they are more confident, more profitable and are more likely to be planning business growth.
Microsoft today confirmed that it had agreed on a coordinated procurement arrangement as part of the federal government’s Coordinated Procurement Contracting initiatives. Microsoft is the first vendor in the information and communication technology (ICT) industry to reach such an agreement with the federal government.
A new Australian survey conducted by Compuware shows that healthcare IT outages compromise patient safety and disrupt clinicians.
UsabilityOne reports that Federal governent websites prove to be inaccessible for some Australians.
Document creation and generation without the need of the IT department has to be a winner. Intelledox has released its SaaS version.
CSIRO is helping to address an issue vexing the health system worldwide — the need for quality, accurate information in electronic health records.
The Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) has put out its initial green storage power measurement specification which is designed to classify storage systems.
Vodafone Australia recently replaced its manual marketing processes with an automated software solution, slowing customer churn to other operators.
The 'one laptop per child' initiative that started with great hopes has been hit by the financial storm.
Satyam, the Indian outsourcing vendor, is doing everything in its power to reassure its customer base that it is business as usual, despite its woes.
A new search engine has entered into the already crowded web search market, claiming to have several time-saving features to differentiate it from existing engines.
Well it had to happen with the financial industry imploding due to questionable practices — the IT industry has taken its first hit with Indian outsourcing company, Satyam fiddling with its balance sheet to the tune of US$1.6 billion.
Jens Butler, Principal Analyst at Ovum, comments on the possible impact of the Satyam fraud for the Australian customers that include Telstra, NAB, Qantas, Optus and AAPT.