Enterprise Applications

Merant says it is looking to meet the rigorous demands of the Tier 2 marketplace with the introduction of Merant Collage 4.0, the latest incarnation of the company's Web content management solution.

Hewlett Packard is to help more than 45,000 students and staff at Melbourne's Chisholm Institute to gain easier access to a range of online educational and administrative services through the implementation of a new Web portal.

Strategic asset management solutions provider MRO software has formally launched its Consultant and Partner Certification Program.

The current economic uncertainty and market volatility in the IT sector is set to continue throughout 2004, driving IT organisations to focus on improving productivity, quality and business alignment.

Coles Myer has signalled its intention to push ahead of its rivals in the online grocery market with the acquisition of Australia's largest online grocery retailer, Shopfast.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has joined the chorus of disaffection towards spam by collaborating with law enforcement agencies in the US, Chile, Japan and Canada as they attempt to cut the supply of unwanted emails at source.

The New South Wales Police fraud squad is optimistic that the reporting by Optus of a hacker on its Optus ISP network and subsequent fine for the person responsible will prove to be a watershed in the reporting of such instances of hacking...

Despite the growing awareness of computer crime and IT security breaches, instances of both continue to blight corporate and home computer users in 2003.

The rapid escalation in the amount of spam clogging up our inboxes on a daily business has prompted the Internet Industry Association (IIA) to extend its national campaign against spam for a further three months.

Internet exchange service provider Equinix has said its successful merger of i-STT and Pihana Pacific has led to enabled it to secure a host of new customers in the Asia Pacific region.