Melbourne IT's share price jumped 45 cents within hours of the announcement that its domain name registration business, Internet Names WorldWide, has licensed the rights to provide Chinese character-based domain names.
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Industry observers are still trying to assess the impact on e-commerce of the new digital signatures law in the US. In recent discussions, California Attorney General Bill Lockyer joined with several heads of high tech companies to assess the impact of the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act, or E-Sign.
One in seven German Internet companies risks running out of money within the next 24 months, according to a new study by the research and consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers.
E-commerce triumvirate Chrome Global is set to begin a marketing offensive in the Asia-Pacific, using a new partnership with Malaysian IT player Amtech Solutions.
Dot-com incubator ePark has appointed three law firms as the first members of its Alliance Partner Program designed to assist e-business startups prosper.
The application service provider (ASP) phenomenon leaves plenty of room in the channel for both traditional resellers and new players, according to IBM's local director of commercial business, Stephanie Carullo.
Wireless Internet access is hot, but up till now the services have been too slow for anything beyond text messages and e-mail. Metricom aims to change that with its next-generation, 128Kbps Ricochet wireless service, which is slated to launch in Atlanta and San Diego at the end of July.
While Australian companies lead the Asia-Pacific in online purchasing, the value and frequency of transactions showed an infancy in Internet adoption in the region, an IDC report has suggested.
A superportal of 14 of Australia's biggest enterprises was announced today, but officials say the venture will account for little more than 1 per cent of the nation's industrial expenditure.
Sausage consults Oracle, denies pending alliance; Election.com heads for landslide; Local team triumphs at IT Olympics.
After a week of silence over reports that David Jones would rescue floundering e-tailer TheSpot, the department store confirmed yesterday it has taken over the dot-com to bolster its own e-commerce business.
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No longer thrilled by the novelty of the experience, today's e-commerce customers can't be fobbed off with any old rubbish, according to Keng Lim, president and chief executive officer of e-commerce service provider Escalate.
After 18 months of OzEmail control, local Internet hosting company WebCentral has completed a triumphant management buyback and the company is now set to expand its SME offerings into the high-end corporate market.
No longer content with just a pretty picture, online shoppers are demanding more from e-commerce and e-tailers are responding with added functionality and advanced search capabilities.
WebCentral, Peakhour and Unisys have joined Microsoft's local ASP pilot program to offer the Office and BackOffice product suites under rental terms.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has granted Melbourne IT a five-year renewal of its Accreditation Agreement, allowing the company to continue registering the top-level '.com', '.net' and '.org' domains.
Melbourne online training application service provider Southrock Corp and German e-commerce company Teles AG are jointly setting up Southrock Europe AG.
Progress Software is one of a growing number of organisations in the industry that strongly believes the application service provider (ASP) model deserves a thumbs up, and is the right way to progress for business applications.
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