Google Australia's enterprise division has tripled its headcount in a little over seven months as the IT giant continues its push into big business.
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IBM’s Asia-Pacific operations have outperformed all other regions in the vendor’s first quarter financial results.
The Asia-Pacific region has given HP its biggest percentage revenue growth in the first quarter of its financial.
The Oracle and Sun Microsystems road map [[artnid: 333300|due to be announced this week by Larry Ellison]] will likely include moves to forge the pair into a solutions provider in the vein of IBM and HP, according to analyst firm Frost & Sullivan.
IBM software customers may be forced to change suppliers after Big Blue decided to revamp its portfolio into two categories.
Is it possible business intelligence solutions are too sexy for their own good? Yes, according to one Monash University lecturer.
The Asia-Pacific PC market has bounced back with a 16.1 per cent rise in July to September compared to the same period last year, according to analyst firm, Gartner.
Nortel employees won't find out their fate until mid-November and the vendor's customers will have to wait until at least the end of the year before they can see a new product roadmap, according to the company's Australian chief.
ASX-listed retailer, JB Hi-Fi (ASX:JBH) has posted record profits of A$94.4 million for an increase of 45 percent over the full financial year to June 30.
Ingram Micro’s Asia-Pacific operations have outperformed other markets as the distributor posted a 25 percent decrease in year-on-year worldwide sales for the second quarter of 2009 ended July 4.
Australia’s export of computer and information services outgrew imports by 4.8 percent during 2008, according to a new report released by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
PC sales have rebounded from a weak Q1 in 2009 to achieve positive sequential growth for the April to June period, according to IDC.
Lenovo has continued to dominate the Asia-Pacific PC market as preliminary Q2 figures from analyst firm, IDC, show a return to growth after two quarters of decline.
Microsoft has unveiled changes to its partner programme, which the local subsidiary says is set to be rolled out in New Zealand.
ASX-listed software distributor, Manaccom has signed a distribution agreement with business management software vendor, MYOB.