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The Australian Tax Office (ATO) has given EDS a vote of confidence by extending the company’s IT outsourcing contract for an additional two years. The contract extension, valid until June 2006, is valued at A$300 million (US$160 million).

Leading commercial law firm Phillips Fox has been appointed to analyse the Howard Government’s Digital Agenda copyright reforms.

Leading commercial law firm Phillips Fox has been appointed to analyse the Howard Government’s Digital Agenda copyright reforms.

EMC wants to see its Centera storage system adopted as a replacement for tape and optical media as a system for backup and archiving. Joining EMC's push is storage software vendor Legato, which has added its DiskXteneder and EmailXtender ap...

Storage vendors are keen to become involved in the television industry, and not because they want to be stars in the next series of Survivor. Although the current technology market place does bear a resemblance to a game of survival, storag...

More hard drive storage space for less cost is the bold claim of StorageTek in the release of its latest Shared Virtual Array the V2X2.

Despite making up over half of the world's population, and having national leaders and business captains amongst their ranks around the planet, women have been relatively under-represented in Australia. In an effort to combat this, the Fede...

Microsoft has released the details of its latest Office SharePoint Porter Server 2003 application and promises increased sharing and search abilities that could put Microsoft on the shopping lists of Lotus Notes users.

Electronic forms and forms management applications are coming back into focus with a number of companies offering new systems. Larger players are also moving into the market, content management specialists FileNet has announced the acquisi...

At this year's Frost & Sullivan awards information management technologies figured well and took the honours.

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