Stories by David Halperin

Optus subsidiary starts ADSL service

Cable & Wireless Optus subsidiary XYZed has launched an ADSL (asymmetric digital subscriber line) service for businesses looking to take the next step into the e-economy.

An online shopping mall with heart

From midnight tonight, you can shop online and feel virtuous at the same time, and it won't cost you a cent extra. That's the message from free2give.com.au, which was launched today in Sydney.

US carriers to contribute to Australian traffic costs

The US has agreed in principle that American telecommunications carriers should share the costs of Internet traffic with Australia and other countries, a potential windfall worth many million dollars to Australian ISPs. David Halperin reports.

Home a loan to be reckoned with

HomePath, the Commonwealth Bank's home loan website, has broadened its capabilities beyond those of an online application "mailbox" to include a variety of new features.

Uni Asks Dot-com Wannabes to Drop In

Small-to-medium enterprises on the NSW South Coast have increased access to the power of the world wide web after the opening of an e-business drop-in centre at the University of Wollongong.

E-Business Swamps the Enterprise

To survive the data storage tsunami presented by the surging growth of enterprise and internet data, companies must build a tidal wave-proof infrastructure. The Wire's David Halperin reports on developments at the annual CIO Magazine conference in Sy...

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