Proofpoint has extended the reach of its Email Archiving product to Outlook Web Access, so messages and attachments that have been archived can be recovered from anywhere on the Web.

IDC’s research and advisory firm Government Insights has released a new study on Green IT, which examines trends and opportunities related to IT’s role in sustainability within Asia/Pacific.

Symantec has launched a new online services platform specifically targeted at cloud management, saying it can help organisations identify hidden risks in their data centres and improve service availability.

The purchase of Captaris has quickly borne fruit for Open Text, with SAP announcing it will soon begin reselling the document capture solution Invoice Capture Centre as an OCR option for SAP Invoice Management.

IT infrastructure and services company Digital Sense has taken the wraps off the first stage of its multi-million dollar data centre complex in Brisbane, claimed to be the largest and highest-density facility of its kind in the world.

An alliance between Mimosa Systems and NetApp is promising to simplify management of the messaging and archive environments.

With Quantum of Solace hitting theatres, Swedish ISP Bahnhof is showing off its shiny new underground data centre, which is a fit locale for any Bond villain.

Enterprise storage specialist Permabit has launched a new storage assessment service that it says shows how active archiving can dramatically reduce primary storage costs.

Worldwide spam volumes have undergone a precipitous drop this week, with levels of junk email dropping by a whopping 75 percent following the disconnection of a hosting provider in the US functioning as the nucleus for an army of spam machines.

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.