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Stories by Trevor Clarke

  • Horror year for IT jobs

    The horror year for jobs in the Australian IT&T sector continued through December with a 6.8 per cent drop in job advertisements, bringing the decline over 12 months to 37 per cent, according to the Olivier Job Index (OJI).

  • RSA Security: Vindicating a strong channel approach

    For a security company to win 2008 Specialist Vendor of the Year indicates the importance the field has in the overall IT infrastructure and market at the moment, according to RSA Security’s regional channel manger, Gavin Jarvis.

  • Blogging with Microsoft

    When you already have a successful channel model which utilises all the traditional communication mediums, how do boost your ability to impart information and knowledge? Blog and start your own TV show. At least that’s what Microsoft has done.

  • Dean of Juniper’s datacentres

    Juniper Networks datacentre solutions director, Bobby Guhasarkar, spoke with ARN about where the datacentre is headed and the way market conditions affect strategy.

  • iStorage: Fostering optimism in the storm

    When was the last time you experienced a global recession? For 99.9 per cent of the Australian IT industry, I’m pretty sure the answer would be a resounding, ‘never’. Sure, some may have seen the oil crisis of the 1970s, many the bursting of Japan’s bubble in the 1990s, the Asian financial crisis in 1997-1998 and the dot.com crash of the early naughties. But unless you were alive to witness the Great Depression of 1929, then it is guaranteed the prevailing economic times are a novel experience. Indubitably, for this generation, the world’s economies are floating on uncharted and treacherous waters.

  • Tanner and Conroy go blogging

    Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, Senator Stephen Conroy, and Minister for Finance and Deregulation, Lindsay Tanner, have launched a joint blog to canvass opinions on the future of Australia’s digital economy.