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Stories by Trevor Clarke

  • Lessons learnt

    The purse strings may be a little looser than 12 months ago but the economic downturn mindset will continue to inform a lot of sales strategies. TREVOR CLARKE reports.

  • Cloud Computing: Welcoming rain at harvest time

    Tending the cloud seeds and nurturing early signs of growth will require channel partners to adopt new business models and skill sets. But the stage is now set for a considerable channel play in the cloud. TREVOR CLARKE reports.

  • Setting a hectic pace

    It’s been a big year for Cisco in more ways than one. Across its global operations, the networking powerhouse was, like many of its peers, hit pretty hard by the economic downturn.

  • Change still blowing in the SA Government ICT winds

    The renewal of a $36 million ICT services contract between the South Australian government and Dimension Data last week, that saw the value of the deal drop by $4 million but with an increased scope, is a sign of things to come, according to the state’s CIO.

  • The NBN spells the end of the ISP as we know it

    The ISP has one foot in the grave. Or at least once the Federal Government’s National Broadband Network (NBN) is rolled out, the term Internet Service Provider (ISP) may become an endangered species, according to the director of the recently-established Institute for a Broadband Enabled Society (IBES).

  • Serving up the latest and greatest

    Although the first quarter of 2009 was a nightmare for many server vendors, new advanced products released during the first six months of the year are helping to pick the market back up. TREVOR CLARKE reports.

  • Looking for problems

    Dr Kai Li is a professor at Princeton University and one of the founder fathers of de-duplication vendor, Data Domain, which was the subject of an acquisition battle between rivals, NetApp and EMC (the latter won). He talked to TREVOR CLARKE about the technology and what it takes to create a successful start-up.

  • Mid-October flagged as d-day for Nortel staff

    The head of Australia’s Nortel operations has flagged a mid-October deadline for decisions on its employees’ fate after Avaya emerged as the winning bidder for the embattled company’s enterprise business.]