In an effort to equip aspiring application service providers (ASPs) with what they need to compete in the crowded ASP market, Computer Asso-ciates International's (CA) applications division interBiz has launched its Online Group at NetWorld+Interop 2000.
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WA software developer, Netsource, has teamed up with the international operations division of Central TAFE to offer e-Learning across the Internet.
Powertel has announced two carrier partnerships within the space of a week, inking with both Davnet and Amcom Telecommunications for complementary network offerings.
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Cable & Wireless has launched its first application-hosting services, which promise users an affordable and easy way to support enterprise software.
Victorian Internet services company, The Swish Group, has formed a partnership with Sun Microsystems which will see it become a Sun value added reseller.
Sol 6 loses Yelland, Cross-Tasman ASP, ASPs all hype?
Web-hosting specialist WebCentral has launched a scheme to encourage Web-hosting resellers to lease dedicated servers for additional services and security.
Australia's first purpose-built national IP (Internet protocol) network will begin operations in October following the raising of $175 million in development funds, according to the network's developer Comindico Holdings. The network will be fully complete with 66 POPs (points of presence) around the country by early next year, Comindico said in a statement.
After slashing a quarter of its staff last month, Altavista has continued on its path of consolidation at home in the US, and expansion into new international markets, with the development of a search site in Australia.
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Altavista has announced the scaling down of its portal activities, and has laid off a quarter of its staff in the process.
Austar's bid to acquire eisa has failed after several eisa shareholders refused to accept Austar's bid of 20 cents per share for the troubled ISP.
Hewlett-Packard has confirmed it is currently discussing the finer details of an acquisition of PricewaterhouseCoopers' (PwC's) global management and information technology consultancy practice.
Online auction software provider Fairmarket has announced it has been chosen to host SOLD.com.au, Australia's largest auction site.
Lotus Development has released several of its business applications for license by application service providers (ASPs), as well as announcing new software tools targeted specifically for use by ASPs.
Melbourne-based educational ASP Impaq can now lay claim to being one of Australia's largest ASPs, moving on from its humble beginnings in dial-up connection.
B2B.net Technology has announced the extension of the healthcare management applications it offers Asia-Pacific medical firms under the ASP model.
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Australian wireless solution reseller Freedom Technologies has announced the availability of local content on the AvantGo mobile Internet service for Palm OS, PocketPC and Internet-enabled phones.
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