Baltimore Technologies has announced a new scheme to attract the business of application service providers (ASPs), after acquiring two specialist security software companies in the last month.
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ICANN downunder, DJ dot-com take 2, MS rejigs partner status
The Taxation Institute of Australia (TIA) and Solution 6 have developed an information portal for tax practitioners to keep up to date with the huge amount of legislation being passed in the Federal Government's expansive tax reform.
The completion of the Southern Cross Network should benefit ISPs and corporates that resell capacity to end users, with AAPT subsidiary Connect.com.au being one of the first service providers to adjust how it sells the capacity on to other ISPs.
A three-way alliance which includes Australian telecommunications carriers Telstra and Davnet will market broadband services to corporate customers in Singapore, Davnet said in a statement last week.
LookSmart still talking, Melbourne IT tenders top-level domains, Dot.com disasters
A consortium of mining suppliers have launched MiningXchange, an Internet-based vertical trading hub which will service the mining, oil and mineral processing industry on a global basis.
The emergence of application service providers (ASPs) will have a greater impact on the services market than on the software vendor's market, according to Wilvin Chee, market analyst at IDC.
Novell has pounced on the emergent application service provider (ASP) model, offering many of its Internet services software on a per-user, per-month basis to attract new business from application hosters.
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.
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.
Exodus acquires GlobalCenter, CWO shows off B2B, Vignette targets ASPs
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.
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.
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.
Powerlan's big bucks, Solution 6 buys into UK, Spike discloses loss
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