The Rudd Government’s stubborn refusal to abandon mandatory ISP-level internet filtering has come under further industry attack, with ISPs raising their voices in discontent and heavily criticising Communications Minister Stephen Conroy.

The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) is cautiously welcoming the public release of the independent Review of the Australian Government's Use of Information and Communication Technology, saying that productivity gains via ...

According to a report from Net Applications, Mozilla’s open source browser Firefox consistently eclipsed a 20 percent share of the browser market during October.

Hot on the heels of Samsung’s new 50GB, energy-saving enterprise solid state disk, Seagate has introduced it’s latest family of “green” enterprise hard drives, the 15,000 RPM, 2.5”, SAS 2.0 Savvio 15K.2.

Intel is hyping its upcoming Nehalem chip as not only blisteringly fast, but also far more forgiving on the environment due to its low power consumption.

Storage vendor Aberdeen will be releasing the next generation of its Stirling storage server solutions at this year’s HD World Conference & Exposition in New York, a 50 terabyte expandable storage server aimed directly at small to medium-s...

IDC has launched a new “green” initiative designed to help decision makers understand the role of technology in addressing the challenges and opportunities amidst today's energy, environment, and sustainability requirements.

With the popularity of encryption software on the rise, PGP Corporation has launched a new managed service provider network, expanding access for its encryption solutions to small to medium-sized businesses.

Vignette has announced the availability of a new service it says can simplify the management of web content and launch new web sites faster.

A hosted solution to delivering files up to 2GB has been launched by a subsidiary of Brisbane-based software developer Manaccom.