Articles By Computerworld Australia staff

Australian government to start smartcard rollout

Australian government to start smartcard rollout

SYDNEY – One of Australia’s biggest federal departments will become the first to give smartcards to employees for computer and...

April 16th, 2008 Computerworld Australia staff
Recycling program takes aim at printer cartridges

Recycling program takes aim at printer cartridges

About 5.5 million printer cartridges have already been diverted from Australia's landfills through A national recycling program, "Cartridges 4 Planet...

November 25th, 2007 Computerworld Australia staff
EDS cuts carbon emissions from printing operations

EDS cuts carbon emissions from printing operations

EDS has launched a set of service offerings to support customers seeking to improve their impact on the environment by...

August 15th, 2007 Computerworld Australia staff
Crocodile hunter’s death sees Web site traffic surge

Crocodile hunter’s death sees Web site traffic surge

News that Australia's own crocodile hunter Steve Irwin has died had Web site traffic in overdrive Monday with many news...

September 4th, 2006 Computerworld Australia staff
IT strategy is People First

IT strategy is People First

The Minister for Commerce for the Australian state of New SouthWales (NSW), John Della Bosca, will launch the state government'sinformation...

July 25th, 2006 Computerworld Australia staff
Australia reviews e-commerce guidelines

Australia reviews e-commerce guidelines

The Australian federal government's consumer affairs advisory council is developing best practice guidelines for online shopping and e-commerce sites. Parliamentary...

May 29th, 2005 Computerworld Australia staff
Australia’s Optus launches iBurst mobile broadband

Australia’s Optus launches iBurst mobile broadband

Optus has formed a partnership with wireless Internet group Personal Broadband Australia to provide mobile broadband services to corporate customers....

May 19th, 2005 Computerworld Australia staff
Queensland to invest A$14M in ICT

Queensland to invest A$14M in ICT

The Government of Queensland in Australia will pump-prime the state's ICT sector to the tune of A$18.5 million (US$14.1 million)...

December 15th, 2004 Computerworld Australia staff
Technology park opens in Melbourne

Technology park opens in Melbourne

Australian Prime Minister John Howard last week officially opened the first stage of a A$300 million (US$212 million) technology park...

July 4th, 2004 Computerworld Australia staff
Roads authority exchanges for Sun and Mozilla

Roads authority exchanges for Sun and Mozilla

The New South Wales (NSW) state Roads and Traffic Authority (RTA) will migrate 1,500 users across 120 offices from Microsoft...

June 24th, 2004 Computerworld Australia staff