Enterprise Applications

Irish technology companies in the Australian market received presidential support yesterday. President of Ireland Mary McAleese was in Sydney to spearhead further deals between Irish technology suppliers and Australian business consumers.

Web banner advertisements could soon be competing for prime time slots on Web sites in the same way as corporations compete for a slice of the prime time air waves on television. Nielsen/NetRatings has introduced a service that monitors Int...

Analyst group IDC have estimated that the market for security software will balloon to US$1 billion a year by 2007, reflecting a 17.2 per cent compound annual growth rate (CAGR).

Microsoft has made no secret of its intention to connect its PC office tools to media and knowledge system and the today it announced a deal with Factiva that will see the business information service connected and integrated into Office 2003.

The spate of personal data thefts continues in the United States; 55,000 records have been stolen from the databases of the University of Texas.

A second government panel approval has bolstered newly independent Alphawest. The technology services company was formally part of the Solution 6 group, but split away in a management buyout in August, 2002.

Adoption of IT by Australian businesses has declined, according to figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics today.

There hasn't been the rush to voice over IP that some technology giants said there would be, but there is a movement towards it. As a result vendors of customer relationship management applications are moving to modify and integrate their a...

A document management application is to be integrated into enterprise resource planning systems from SSA Global Technologies. The Pacific arm of SSA Global Technologies has signed an agreement to distribute FormTrap from TCG Information Systems.

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