Readify accelerates development time at SEEK
14th December 2011
SEEK operates Australia's most widely-used job search site, seek.com.au. To keep the site fresh, fast and functional, SEEK employs a team of developers, who are engaged on numerous concurrent enhancements. These developers used a source code repository ...
New Microsoft Gold Competency for Readify!
14th November 2011
We are pleased to announce that Readify has gained a Microsoft Gold Competency in Web Development to add to a number of other existing Gold competencies. Microsoft Competencies are designed to help differentiate a partner's capabilities with ...
Another Microsoft MVP awarded at Readify
4th July 2011
We are thrilled to announce that Readify Senior Consultant, June Tabadero was recently presented with a 2011 Microsoft "Most Valuable Professional" (MVP) Award. June was awarded MVP status for "Connected Systems Developer" (find out more at: ...
Readify rockets to #18 in BRW's Best Places to Work 2011
23rd June 2011
For a second consecutive year, Readify has ranked in BRW's prestigious "Best Places to Work" list, a catalogue of the 50 best employers nationally. In 2010, Readify was ranked 47th, however in just twelve months has substantially climbed the ...
GoConnect launches free IPTV app, uvctv.fm, on Windows Phone 7
13th April 2011
GoConnect is pleased to announce the launch of its first free downloadable application on Windows Phone 7 smartphone. GoConnect's IPTV network has expanded rapidly since July2010 when the Company's uctv.fm music IPTV channel went live on the Sony Bravia ...
Windows Azure Supports Australian Flood and Cyclone Relief Efforts
15th February 2011
Published by the Windows Azure Team In January 2011, the Australian state of Queensland experienced a devastating flooding event, with three quarters of the state declared a disaster zone and thousands of homes inundated with floodwaters. As the ...
Windows Phone 7 delivers for Australia Post
11th February 2011
CRN Magazine | February 2011 By David Binning It's something of an understatement that the surge in digital communications over the past few years has taken a toll on Australia Post. People just don't send letters as often as they used to now that ...