Computerworld Australia staff

Articles by Computerworld Australia staff

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 in Melbourne.

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 Corp.'s Exchange to Sun Microsystems Inc.'s Java Enterprise System messaging and calendar servers for e-mail and calendaring.

Mobile devices blast maintenance obstruction

When you're churning out around 70 million tons of iron ore a year, maintenance hangups are not on the agenda. For Hamersley Iron Pty. Ltd., which produces 60 per cent of Australia's iron ore for global iron and steel industries, maintenance is part of its goal for world-class practices.

Australian PC market ends 2003 on a high: Gartner

The Australian PC market ended the year on a strong note with an overall growth of 16.1 per cent compared with 2002. Meanwhile quarter-on-quarter comparison (the fourth quarter compared with the third quarter of 2003) showed growth was up by three per cent.

Australia, South Korea team to regulate spam

Australia and South Korea signed a memorandum of understanding Monday to regulate and stem the tide of spam in their countries.

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