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Retail group launches e-catalogue guide

The Australian Retailers Association (ARA) has launched a guide, From Paper to Procurement – Effective Catalogue Creation and Management for Engaging Buyers and Suppliers, to assist in the creation and management of e-catalogues.

Primus eyes SME telecomms

Telecommunications carrier Primus Telecom has introduced an alternative business telephone service for the SME market providing high speed Internet access and local and long distance telephony over the digital network.

ACS elects new president

The Australian Computer Society (ACS) has elected Edward Mandla as president and Chris Avram, Vic, as vice president for two-year terms.

Red Hat kills support for Linux distribution

Linux vendor Red Hat has announced it will end support of its consumer Linux distribution in favour of its enterprise operating system and does not plan to release another product in the Red Hat Linux line, the company said in a statement.

Wi-Fi trial in Queensland

Some 20 high-profile locations around Brisbane and the Gold Coast will be equipped with Wi-Fi technology as part of the state government's 12-month Wi-Fi trial to test the market and gauge the impact of mobile Internet on businesses.

Anite opens regional HQ in Melbourne

In the wake of inking a $30 million contract with the Victorian government, IT services company Anite International will today launch its Asia-Pacific region headquarters in Melbourne.

Inter-carrier blocking starts September

The loss of mobile phones by employees will simply become an inconvenience rather than a huge cost burden as anti-theft technology makes the devices worthless to thieves.

WiFi rollout hits the docks

A rollout of WiFi hotspots covering 25 per cent of Australia's marinas is expected to be completed within six months.

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