Enterprise Applications

Only 45 percent of users will use Traditional Desktops as their primary information device by 2006, according to the Meta Group.

Innovation Minister Paul Lucas, is urging Queensland companies to show the world what 'smart state' ingenuity is all about.

The integration of the Real 10 Digital Platform and IBM's WebSphere, will enable media companies, network operators, and other businesses to create, protect, and deliver on demand digital audio and video services.

Microsoft will begin dropping the .NET term from products, opting for a more "consistent" branding strategy.

Security provider Network Associates has added an anti-spam product to its anti-virus offerings, through the acquisition of privately held Deersoft.

The humble librarian risks budget cuts and redundancy, unless they embrace the Internet and overcome the spinster image, warns an information management expert.

The local technology market is in for a rocky ride and more uncertainty if conflicting reports about IT spending in 2003 are to be heeded.

David Thompson has joined AXS-One has its new Vice President for the Asia Pacific region, leaving imaging and document management providers IXOS.

New Zealand's document management specialists Datamail has agreed to become the New Zealand reseller for Web based self service systems from RightNow Technologies.