Articles By Rodney Gedda

Rosy convergence still a dim reality

Rosy convergence still a dim reality

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEIntegrating voice, video, and application data may be the utopia of business communications, but vendor marketing about...

January 10th, 2007 Rodney Gedda
Australian Defence says IT problems improving

Australian Defence says IT problems improving

A six-week investigation by Computerworld Australia into IT support levels at the Australian Department of Defence has led to the...

December 12th, 2006 Rodney Gedda
Open source procurement plan fails in Australia

Open source procurement plan fails in Australia

More than 12 months after the Department of Commerce in New South Wales approved suppliers of open source software and...

November 26th, 2006 Rodney Gedda
Service Oriented Architecture – Preparing for major SOA changes

Service Oriented Architecture – Preparing for major SOA changes

Around the CIO water cooler, service oriented architecture, or SOA, still has all the buzz. The idea of creating reusable...

October 31st, 2006 Rodney Gedda
Innovation needs structure

Innovation needs structure

Businesses that clutch on to arcane innovation practices are less likely to realize success than if they take an open,...

September 30th, 2006 Rodney Gedda
Australian Unix user organization in trouble

Australian Unix user organization in trouble

AUUG, the Australian users organization for Unix, Linux and open source professionals, is facing one of the toughest challenges in...

September 14th, 2006 Rodney Gedda
Intel launches vPro to ease desktop usage, security

Intel launches vPro to ease desktop usage, security

Intel Corp. officially launched its vPro PC architecture to the Australian market yesterday, saying the new technology will alleviate client...

September 10th, 2006 Rodney Gedda
Sydney school gets serious about storage

Sydney school gets serious about storage

In a sign that storage area networks (SANs) are extending their reach in to mid-tier enterprises, a Sydney high school...

August 31st, 2006 Rodney Gedda
Australian tax office seeks relief in CRM

Australian tax office seeks relief in CRM

The Australian Taxation Office is approaching the end of the second phase of its A$450 million (US$343 million) change program...

August 3rd, 2006 Rodney Gedda
IPV6 for E-business portal to be unveiled in Australia

IPV6 for E-business portal to be unveiled in Australia

In what could be the biggest endorsement to date for next-generation networking in Australia, ICT Minister Senator Helen Coonan will...

August 1st, 2006 Rodney Gedda