A local software company, Marquee, is aiming its new insurance management solution at the Australian market.

At its Partnerworld exhibition in New Orleans, IBM announced new versions of its disk and tape storage solutions. At the product announcement, IBM said these systems were being aimed at medium sized business and will include software support.

It's not just businesses that are looking to increase their storage. Consumers are increasingly looking for Gigabytes of storage. In an effort to answer the market, Maxtor has entered into an agreement with Dick Smith Electronics.

The latest analysis of the networked storage market from Meta Group has been released and it shows the market to be healthy.

Network Appliance has released a range of new hardware and software solutions for the storage market. Amongst the new offerings were new versions of the NearStore and SnapVault systems.

Quantum has released a new tape library that will fit in between its existing devices. The new Quantum ATL M1800 provides users with a device that will run up to four DLT tapes or LTO drives.

SecureData has become a member of Brocade Communication's Elite Partner program. This will see the Australian company become an integrator for Brocade storage area networks.

Advanced Data Integration secured two contracts with both the Victorian and Queensland state governments, bringing $1million into the Queensland based company.

FileNet content management applications can be integrated into SAP's new NetWeaver web services architecture.

The magnetic pull of Queensland could be tugging at the purse strings of foreign mining investors. Geoscience Australia has just released the latest magnetic anomaly map of the state and believes the data on this map will pull in more overs...