Stories by Angelina Forsyth

Music fans tune in to the net

Almost half of the Australians who access the internet have visited music websites, according to a survey conducted in May for by Melbourne-based Quantum Market Research.

Open Family secures web donations

Australian charities are switching to the digital age, with Open Family Australia becoming the latest to offer donors online payment facilities on its website, developed by Ocean Internet.

Melbourne IT gets growth from domain names

Despite the recent dip in its share price, Melbourne IT has unveiled plans for the coming year, which include expanding its domain name business, developing e-commerce tools and setting up more incubators.

Net access easy as Pie

While internet users wait for WAP to take their emails out of their homes and offices, a newly listed company is offering the option via its public internet access terminals.

Alliance to curb call centre staff turnover

The call centre industry has a current employee turnover rate of 20 per cent, according to the Australian Call Centre Association, and with each employee lost, an organisation loses approximately $12,000 in recruitment and training costs.

Vic Govt IT boost

The Victorian State Government has allocated $9 million to improving Internet access for Victorians out of its overall IT budget of $22 million.

Coles Myer adds 'e' to its business

Coles Myer has launched e.colesmyer, its ecommerce entity, to consolidate all the company's online activities including retailing, business-to-business transactions, business development and other services such as the provision of fulfilment, databas...

GlobalCenter expands into Sydney

GlobalCenter, a Melbourne web hosting and network operation centre, is planning to establish additional facilities in Sydney to meet the burgeoning demand for its hosting services.

Adacel secures Red Hat favouritism

Adacel Technologies has released ecommerce security products for Red Hat Linux, including certificate authority software CertEntity, and an X.500 database, View500.

Present company accepted

Retail portal is growing at 80 per cent a month in both sales revenue and number of orders, as more and more people take advantage of the online gift shop's presence.

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