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Stories by Renai LeMay

  • IBM renews $109 million DoHA deal

    This includes mainframe, mid-range, storage, help desk and end user computing services. In addition, Big Blue will now also provide new security compliance solutions and will conduct mainframe and storage upgrades. Perhaps the most interesting part of the new agreement will be the included rollout of a desktop virtualisation platform

  • Apple dethrones Nokia, Android makes a charge

    Just 12 months ago, Apple’s burgeoning mobile phone business could do no wrong in Australia. Fresh from the local launch of the iPhone 3GS and with a market share ranking that was speedily catching up to the likes of Nokia and Research in Motion’s BlackBerry in the smartphone market, Apple was on track to conquer the world.

  • AIIA slams Victoria's opt-in NBN

    Australia's peak technology industry representative group has criticised Victoria's new Coalition Government for its apparent decision to reject an 'opt-out' approach to rolling out the National Broadband Network (NBN) in the state in favour of requiring residents and businesses to 'opt-in'.

  • AGC undergoes wide-ranging IT overhaul

    Perth-based fabrication, construction and services company, AGC, has gone through an extensive overhaul of its technology infrastructure over the past year that has seen — among other things — a number of Windows 95 PCs finally phased out and the latest network, storage, datacentre, desktop and telephony technology installed.

  • Federal Parliament deploys Windows Vista

    Microsoft’s latest operating system Windows 7 has been out for more than a year, but Australia’s Federal Parliament will ignore the release in the short term and is instead in the process of upgrading to its much-maligned predecessor, Windows Vista.

  • Telstra unveils Galaxy Tab pricing

    Almost three weeks after its rivals launched Samsung’s hyped Galaxy Tab Android tablet on Australian shores, the nation’s biggest telco Telstra has come to the party, launching the same device on a range of monthly plans.