Nextgen ditches NBN virtual connect product 
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Claims NBN system upgrade will force huge costs.
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By Ry Crozier | Nov 6, 2013 | Comment Now 
Vodafone presses policy influence.
Survey: 94 percent of US hospitals breached 
By Dan Kaplan | Dec 11, 2012 | Comment Now 
Cost the US health care industry $6.6 billion annually.
Comodo flags its certificate service as suspicious 
By Darren Pauli | Jul 4, 2012 | Comment Now 
Bug fixed, reputation red flags clear.
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Employers, employees in firing line.
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Out-of-band patch unlikely.
Crunch: Kickstart special; Kahuna to invite Thodey 
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Also, a serious message for all security vendors.
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Second hosting firm snapped up in a week.
Avaya triumphant as Nortel winner 
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But small complaints niggle TIO - and the Minister.
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Renews calls for mandatory data disclosure laws.
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Homeland Security to scan fingerprints of travellers exiting the US 
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MIT designs viruses that can build batteries 
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Scientists convert body movements to mobile phone charge 
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Tiny, motion-powered generators could be charging our mobile phones and iPods in five years' time.
Telstra’s NBN exclusion lacks global precedent: analyst 
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An economic analyst from Germany’s WIK Institute has said it would be both unfortunate and unusual for the Government to continue Telstra’s exclusion from the NBN process.
Researchers plan 'honeypot' security project 
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Security firm Sans Institute is asking developers to volunteer for a new research project due to launch in the coming months.
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