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Alphawest has joined Tower Software and Tower Technology as a supplier of Records and Information Systems to government agencies in New South Wales. Alphawest will offer a system based on Tower Software's TRIM application; Tower technology ...

West Australia's HarvestRoad is heading into the growing and increasingly important Indian market.

Objective starts 2003 as it left 2002, with news of an important deal. Hard on the heels of the deal with Archives New Zealand, Objective is the first vendor to be able to announce a deal under the GSAS Panel Contracts for 2003. The Office ...

StorageTek and BMC Software have signed a deal which will see BMC's PATROL storage management application become part of the StorageTek offering for the D-Series and BladeStore disk systems.

Hitachi Data Systems has increased the capacity and abilities of the 9900 V Series, by increasing the capacity, connectivity and throughput.

Joining the ranks of storage companies reporting healthy revenues for the last part of 2002 was Quantum. The storage vendor has reported that it increased its revenues by 12 per cent for the third fiscal quarter of the year.

Dominating the headlines is, will there be a war with Iraq? Whilst political rhetoric claims that the US and its allies want to "free" Iraq from the tyranny of its leader, other claim it's an effort to ensure Iraq coughs up cheap oil. But c...

Teradata customers will be able to select and acquire a business intelligence tool from Hummingbird from the one source - Teradata. The two companies announced the agreement today.

Veritas banked US$405 million in revenue for the fourth quarter of 2002, up from the $374 million it took home for the September quarter.

The Slammer Worm virus which spread across the Internet over the weekend could be a hint towards information management problems to come. By hitting Microsoft SQL servers, the worm slowed Internet traffic and caused widespread problems.

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