IT suppliers may need a license to serve traders 
By Brett Winterford | Jul 17, 2014 | Comment Now 
Murray Report recommends large suppliers get an AFSL.
 
NSW Police Minister considers proposal to license IT security providers 
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Updated: Infosec professionals unimpressed.
 
Telstra receives fresh challenge to Sensis cuts 
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Change to carrier license conditions?
 
ACMA mulls long-term strategy for LTE spectrum 
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How to get 4G networks in 1800 MHz spectrum Australia-wide.
 
VMware to kill vRAM license charges: report 
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Public cloud also rumoured.
 
NSW Govt mulls coal license database integration 
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Statewide review recommends closer IT ties.
 
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What to do when a software auditor knocks.
 
CERN appeals for open hardware contributors 
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Hardware license borrows open source software concepts.
 
HP may license webOS to rivals 
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Expansion plans.
 
WA Government in $130m Microsoft refresh 
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Seeks single local reseller for six-year contract.
 
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Should they survive in an NBN world.
 
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Claims developer injected malicious code, stole trade secrets.
 
Biometrics, chips coming to Qld driver licenses 
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Queensland transport workers first to trial new smartcards.
 
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eBay to develop alternative code.
 
Queensland smart licenses integrate Gemalto tech 
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ASIC struggles with blogs, bulletin boards 
By Brett Winterford | Mar 3, 2009 | Comment Now 
Securities regulator ASIC has released a consultation paper that aims to clarify the grey areas blurring what constitutes financial advice on a blog or bulletin board.
 
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