Optus Business has revealed plans to expand its portfolio of Cloud computing and enterprise mobility offerings.
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Softening market conditions impacted Oakton's (ASX:OKN) revenue and profit for 1H12, but the IT and consulting services company appears back on track in the second half.
David Jones (ASX:DJS) has handed IBM a deal to deploy a multi-channel retail sales platform, covering the company's retail, web, mobile and social media efforts.
UXC Limited (ASX:UXC) has bought New Zealand's Jireh Consulting Services, an Oracle JD Edwards partner, and plans to merge the business with its Red Rock Consulting division.
Real estate website operator Onthehouse Holdings (ASX:OTH) expects to meet its earnings targets for 1H12 and the full financial year
Quickflix (ASX:QFX) has arranged to launch its TV and movie streaming service on Samsung devices, including its tablets and some Galaxy smartphones
Online movie rental service Quickflix (ASX:QFX) has arranged to offer its streaming service on Samsung devices, including internet-enabled TVs and Blu-ray players.
Anittel (ASX:AYG), Observatory Crest and BizCover topped this year's Deloitte Fast 50 list of rapidly-growing Australian technology companies
Money and trading management software company IRESS (ASX:IRE) has established a new unit to supply its XPLAN platform to the UK financial advice market
Triple Point Australia has gained a 97.5% stake in industrial software company QMASTOR (ASX:QML) via a $26.2m takeover bid, a will compulsorily acquire the rest
Telstra (ASX:TLS) has made its second $1b debt refinancing this year, with the completion of a Eurobond issue
Industrial software company Runge (ASX:RUL) is safe from any further action in a four-year lawsuit against consulting subsidiary PAH
Fairfax Media (ASX:FXJ) expects gross proceeds of around $420m from the IPO of classifieds site Trade Me, which has been priced at NZ$2.70 per share
Shareholders in Data#3 (ASX:DTL) convened on Tuesday to approve a share split, as the IT company provided guidance for 1H11 and appointed a new board member
CSG (ASX:CSG) has lost its appeal against a court ruling that Fuji Xerox Australia had justifiably terminated a dealer agreement the companies had shared