The University of Adelaide will be moving over 16000 student email accounts to Google Mail.
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At 12 pages and almost 1000 pages less than Optus-led Terria bid, Telstra’s proposal to construct the National Broadband Network will be considered for the $4.7 billion project, Communications Minister Stephen Conroy said on Wednesday.
Linux will be a passenger in every seat on Qantas' Airbus A380s airplanes. All of the airline's superjumbos — the first of which will commence flying next week — will have their in flight entertainment systems powered by the operating system.
Changes to Google Apps over the coming year will entice more businesses to jump over to the delivery of applications over the internet, Google CEO Eric Schmidt said during a recent visit to Australia.
Nanotechnology researchers have developed a shirt that brings new meaning to the slogan "power to the people". The researchers, from the Georgia Institute of Technology, claim that what you wear may soon be enough to power your MP3 player.
Yahoo is switching New Zealand and Australian customers over to its revamped search engine advertising system, Panama, and hopes to have them using the new technology by August.
The road to achieving ITIL certification has delivered huge performance gains and substantial savings for the State Revenue Office (SRO) in Victoria, and has also proven to be a key factor in retaining IT staff.
Australian startup Opengear is out to woo system administrators and network managers at the LinuxWorld conference held in Boston recently, showcasing networking products developed in its Brisbane lab.
Being geographically compact, having a government that fosters a competitive telco environment and being home to a major transcontinental internet exchange makes Holland the number one broadband nation in Europe, a Dutch delegation told Australian counterparts last week.
The Australian Computer Society has emphatically come out in support of open source software, claiming Australia should embrace it on the grounds it fosters innovation and can boost ICT employment.
Changing the regulatory framework of the telecommunications industry is needed quickly, says Telstra which claims the regulatory uncertainty is costing it the deployment of its next-generation networks, while at the same time providing a leg up for its competitors.
Customers suffer while companies bicker
The uptake of Linux in the Australian enterprise continues at pace and is well ahead of Asian nations, according to figures from Gartner.
That free lovin' spirit shared among the open source community has been ruffled this week after a decision by The Mozilla Organization to change the name of its browser-only product to Firebird. This has landed it in trouble with a database project of the same name.
Open source seminars sponsored by the National Office for the Information Economy (NOIE) may become a regular feature in Canberra after a successful gathering of speakers and CIOs from government departments and agencies earlier this week.