New deals for Dubber, xTV

Tech companies Dubber Corporation and xTV Networks have announced major new deals after completing backdoor listings on the ASX, with investors in Dubber sitting on healthy gains today.

Millions spent on patient data

Improving the flow of medical data is at the forefront of three technology projects aiming to reduce health-care demand.

Walk Free journey starts at home

AS careers go, the journey from corporate lawyer and political staffer to heading a new foundation focused on ending what is called ‘modern slavery’ is clearly an uncommon one.

IMF: Microsoft payment a way off

WA litigation funder IMF says damages from Microsoft will probably not be paid to its client Uniloc until 2012 at the earliest.

Microsoft-Yahoo alliance wins approval

Microsoft and Yahoo have won clearance from the US Department of Justice and the European Commission to implement their internet search alliance, which the companies hope will be a challenger to market leader Google.

ISS signs $3m deal with Microsoft for FMG systems

Nedlands-based information and technology company ISS Group Ltd has received a $3 million order from Microsoft for the implementation of its enterprise resource planning system with ISS's Babelfish manufacturing execution system for Fortescue Metals Group

Webspy joins Microsoft advisory council

West Perth-based internet monitoring and management software developer WebSpy Ltd will join a Microsoft advisory council to help the software giant gather feedback on its new products and campaigns.

Microsoft security flaw

NEWLY discovered flaws in the same area of Windows code exploited by the MSBlast worm are evidence of the urgent need for robust firewall blocks and patches, according to research and advisory firm G