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Quantum plots out SMB assault

Quantum has released hardware it claims will enable resellers and retailers to target markets from SMBs down to advanced home users.

Websense targets SMBs

Websense is on the hunt for a fresh batch of resellers following the release of its SMB content filtering and Internet security software suite.

IDC: Monitors stay strong in Q1

The local monitor market experienced healthy growth in the first quarter of the year but IDC warns resellers will have to keep an eye on the continued success of notebook PCs in the long term.

Intel targets smaller users

Chip giant, Intel, has debut a low-cost, integrated desktop motherboard for sub-entry PC markets at the Asia-Pacific Intel Solutions Summit (ISS) 2007. It is likely to see action in Australia.

ISPhone proposes industry alliance

VoIP provider, ISPhone Australasia, is attempting to create a neutral industry group to help regulate and oversee the quality of services offered by providers and their resellers.

Telstra's proposes $600m broadband plan

Telstra has pitched a national ADSL scheme to bring high-speed Internet to thousands of remote communities. The plan is in response to the Howard Government's Broadband Connect program.

Free Vista coupon expected in Australia

Local builders have confirmed foreign reports that Microsoft is on the verge of announcing a free Windows Vista upgrade plan for Windows XP-based PCs sold between this month and March 2007.

Payam touts transparent clean room

Looking to introduce transparency into the data recovery process, Payam Data Recovery (PDR) has opened what it claims to be the country's first clean room with a public viewing area. PDR managing director, Payam Toloo, argued there was a lot of misin...

Toshiba issues faulty battery notice

Japanese notebook vendor, Toshiba, has issued a notice to distributors and resellers that a select number of its notebook batteries may not properly charge or discharge.

ACCC: Broadband uptake passes 3m mark

More than three million Australians are now connected to a broadband service, according to the latest Australian Competition and Consumer Commission's (ACCC) Snapshot of Broadband Deployment Report.

Australian software piracy rate steadies

The Business Software Alliance (BSA) has encouraged the channel to use its local business experience against software piracy. The statement comes off the back of the release of the association's latest global software piracy study.

HP issues notebook battery recall

HP has placed a worldwide recall on selected removable battery packs used in five HP and Compaq notebook series due to a potential safety hazard.

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