Web-enabled businesses can make annual cuts in expenditure of up to 20 per cent. That's the marketing catchcry of PricewaterhouseCoopers' business-to-business portal, e.conomy.
Travelshop will undergo a radical review of its online advertising and acquisition strategy, after reporting weaker than expected annual revenues, says new CEO Glenn Robertson.
Microsoft has pointed users to the first service pack for Windows 2000, an 87M-byte download that fixes an array of problems with the 5-month-old operating system.
Dutch engineers have found a pair of holes in Lotus Notes and Domino password encryption and the security on public versions of the address list.
Melbourne-based Advanced Communications Technologies (ACT) has received a $12 million grant from the Federal Government's Industry Research and Development Board to develop wireless communication network technology.
Taking some comfort in the 9th Circuit Court's decision not to shut the Napster community down before the company lodges an appeal in September, Napster has launched what it's calling a "buycott", asking its members to buy CDs from artists supporting...
Government computer security heavyweights came recruiting for help fighting cyberterrorists, at the opening discussion of the DefCon8 hacker convention in Las Vegas, Nevada over the weekend.
The law is the law, but that doesn't mean that you have to agree with it. That, at least, is the result of a poll of nearly 1600 home Internet users when it comes to Napster versus the Recording Industry Association of America, according to analysis ...
The US-based advocacy group the National Federation of the Blind dropped its lawsuit against America Online on Wednesday after the company agreed to make its Internet browsing software and content compatible with screen-reading programs used by peopl...
Australia's corproate internet economy suffers from more hacker attacks per website than its US counterpart, proposes vice president of business software company Computer Associates (CA), Simon Perry.
Executives of America Online (AOL) and Time Warner spelt out arguments for combining the two companies in a hearing before the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Thursday, both men assuring the U.S. government regulators that competition...
Microsoft has demonstrated the next version of its Office productivity suite, including some features that will usher in the company's .NET strategy, as well as an "Office server" product due early next year.
An initiative announced this week by Truste amounts to nothing more than a vague and opportunistic attempt to assure consumers that vendor's sites guarantee their privacy. It's a con, say Electronic Frontiers Australia, who anticipate widespread oppo...
MP3 music sharing company Napster has sought an emergency stay of a damaging injunction against the firm ruled by the court in a hearing on Wednesday.
In court papers filed on Wednesday, Microsoft Corp. urged the U.S. Supreme Court not to hear its appeal in its antitrust case directly, arguing instead that the case should move to a lower court of appeals.
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