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The "devil may care" days of IT spending are over and the current tech slump is a buyers' market, but IT leaders need to spend wisely to drive the business forward, said Gartner analysts.

Xplor, the international organisation for electronic document systems, has set out to discover the Asia Pacific market and build a presence. The market expedition will be lead by the Australia based Asia Pacific office.

The "devil may care" days of IT spending are over and the current tech slump is a buyers' market, but IT leaders need to spend wisely to drive the business forward, said Gartner analysts.

The dash board concept continues to grow in popularity in the storage market. IBM is the latest vendor to release a storage management dash board. IBM Tivoli Storage Resource Manager is a Java based application that works across all storage...

Open Text has enhanced its Livelink product with two new knowledge management tools equipped with new search technology.

Australasian law firm Phillips Fox, which prides itself on using technology to deliver legal services, has tightened the bolts on its legal correspondence with an encryption tool for both internal and external email.

Australians may queue the streets to see the latest shows or films from London, but information managers in the UK will be queuing to see what Australia has to say on document and records management.

Trading ground to a halt for more than three hours at the Australian Stock Exchange yesterday due to a software problem taking down its automated trading system, officials said.

Australia was the first nation to be shown the new Tablet PC from Microsoft and hardware partners including Fujitsu, Toshiba and Hewlett-Packard. The device, which was first announced in November 2000 has taken its time to arrive, but could...

Steve Vamos, the chief executive of the ninemsn Internet portal will take over the helm of Microsoft Australia.

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